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HELP ME :) What's the difference between "book into a hotel" and "book a hotel" Thank you!
May 29, 2015 2:54 PM
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Sam's right, it's usually book a hotel, then check into it. But a lot of people do say 'book into a hotel' - which means book in and check in all in one go! So, if you have plenty of time to plan - book your hotel then check in at the appointed time. If you're in a rush, grab your bags and book into a hotel now!
May 29, 2015
"To book a hotel" is to schedule a stay, e.g. "I booked a hotel for Wednesday night." I've never heard "To book into a hotel", but I'd imagine it's the same as "check into", unless that's what you meant in the first place - "to check into a hotel" is when you are at the hotel and get your hotel keys and stuff.
May 29, 2015
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