Toilets or bathrooms , Which does have the general sense ? Some hotel units or suites, for example, include a toilet and a separate showering room , how can I name each correctly ? Can I say ( the suite has a toilet and a showering booth , or a showering room ) . I am just confused , you tell me which is correct and better to use ????? !!! and in this case , Can I use bath room to refer to the place of taking a shower ??? Thnx
May 16, 2011 2:18 AM
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If a hotel room has a shower and toilet in the same room, it is called 'an ensuite shower and bathroom' Otherwise the room is described as having separate shower and bathroom facilities.
May 16, 2011
It's generally acceptable to use the word "bathroom", regardless of if it has either a toilet or shower/bathtub. This might vary a little bit depending on your region, though. In a house, if a bathroom only has a toilet and no shower/bathtub, it's called a "half-bath".
May 16, 2011
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