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double occupancy

a type of travel accommodation, as in a hotel, for two persons sharing the same room:
The rate is $35 per person, double occupancy, or $65, single occupancy.
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double-occupancy, adjective Unabridged
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  • Prices are for each of two people in double occupancy and include a six-day lift ticket.
  • The standard rooms in the motel are double occupancy and have private balconies.
  • The establishment features king-size suites as well as single and double occupancy rooms with queen-size mattresses.
  • Single and double occupancy rooms are available with either bath arrangement.
  • Single and double occupancy rooms are available, and all rooms have cable television.
  • In addition to standard double occupancy rooms, the hotel features studio suites and one-bedroom suites.
  • Please read the entrance and fee procedure sign upon entering to see if you are camping as a double occupancy.
  • Additional camping units staying in the same site are considered double occupancy and will require additional camping fees.
  • Campers will need to stop at the fee station to see if their camping party meets the definition of double occupancy.
  • The bedroom must be single occupancy except when double occupancy is requested by the participant.

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