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I booked a room in ho chi minh vietnam hotel stating max for 1 adult. The bed looks big enough for 2 persons. So can i stay with another adult in that room? would they allow this? Pls help me since I am traveling on 21 May 2013 to ho chi minh. Thanks.

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    I think they allow almost 7 years ago

    Answered by Le Thanh Tam via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    It will really depend on the hotel. I find they are a lot more flexible in the south than the north (where, sadly, I've experienced many scams). But if they have specifically said "max 1 adult" they likely mean it ... Why not just ask them, and pay the additional fee as needed? almost 7 years ago

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    I think you should contact with the hotel to ask about the hotel policy soon. Normally, they will ask for an additional fee, but it's not too much.

    Where did you book the ticket? if you booked in Agoda, you can see the hotel policy in your confirmation email. But the best and fastest way is cal directly to the hotel.

    Have a nice trip. almost 7 years ago

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    That depends on whether you are booking a hostel, a home-stay, or a hotel.

    I would think you will have no problem with hotel in general. I would be really surprised if they create problem for you with just 2 guests. More than 2 you will have to seek their help to provide additional bed/mattress. If you book through some agencies like Agoda, you can see in the confirmation if the price is for one or two. But even in that case, I would be willing to take the risk of only confirming with the hotel when I arrive, cos the room is big enough anyway. Worst case, fork up some cash on the spot.

    Home-stay, you surely have to consult the host. Hostel, most likely you need to seek their confirmation cos hostel normally charge per pax. almost 7 years ago

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