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Spanish: Phrases > Lodging

The sentences presented in this section will help you with the most basic expressions in Spanish. It will certainly not be enough in order to start a conversation in Spanish, however being able to say a few words in the country's native language will evoke sympathy and understanding.

Quite some people in Spain and Latin America speak English quite well as a second language, however only in the larger cities. Still you are advised to purchase a language course before traveling.

English
Spanish
"I'd like a room for …
… one night.
… two / three / four nights.
… one week / two weeks."
"Quisiera un cuarto para …
... una noche.
... dos / tres / cuatro noches.
... una semana / dos semanas."
Did you make a reservation? ¿Usted hizo una reservación?
Yes, I made a reservation under the name … Sí, Hice una reservación bajo el nombre de …
No, I did not make a reservation. No, No hice una reservación.
I'd like to have a room with a bath. Quisiera tener un cuarto con baño.
How much does it cost per night? ¿Cuánto cuesta por noche?
Can I see the room? ¿Puedo ver el cuarto?
What is my room number? ¿Cuál es mi número de habitación?
There is no warm water. No hay agua caliente.
May I speak the manager, please? ¿Puedo hablar con el gerente, por favor?
Did someone call for me? ¿Alguien me llamó?
Did someone leave a message? ¿Alguien dejó algun mensaje?
Do I have mail? ¿Tengo correo?
I'd like to pay. Quisiera pagar.

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