Useful Examples of Hotel English Conversation for Beginners

Useful Examples of Hotel English Conversation for Beginners

This lesson outlines a few examples of hotel English conversation for beginner English learners. You can use this as a guide for if or when you decide to visit an English speaking country and are staying at a hotel.

Don’t be afraid to participate in conversations with English speakers. Just use the opportunity to test your English knowledge, learn from them and practice to become better at speaking fluently.

Here are some examples of different conversations you might have with the hotel receptionist when you arrive at a hotel.

Arriving at the Hotel

Conversation Example 1

Scott: I’d like a room for two people, for three nights please.
Hotel Receptionist: Ok, I just need you to fill out this form please.
Hotel Receptionist: May I also see your I.D., please?
Scott: Sure, just a minute
Hotel Receptionist: Would you like to include breakfast?
Scott: Yes, please.
Scott: Where do you serve breakfast?
Hotel Receptionist: Breakfast is from 7 to 10 each morning in the dining room.
Hotel Receptionist: Would you like a room with a bath or a shower?
Scott: I’d like one with a shower please.
Hotel Receptionist: Your registration is complete, here is your key. Your room number is 301, on the third floor. Is there anything else we can help you with?
Scott: No, that will be all for now thanks.
Hotel Receptionist: Enjoy your stay.
Scott: Thank you.

Arriving at the Hotel

Conversation Example 2

Kelly: I’d like to book a double room, please.
Hotel Receptionist: Do you have a reservation?
Kelly: No, I don’t.
Hotel Receptionist: How long will you be staying?
Kelly: Two nights, please.
Hotel Receptionist: How many guests are with you?
Kelly: Four guests
Hotel Receptionist: Would you like to include breakfast?
Kelly: No, thank you.
Hotel Receptionist: Ok, can you fill out this form, and sign here please.
Hotel Receptionist: May I have your I.D., please?
Kelly: Could I have a wake-up call tomorrow morning at (seven o’clock), please?
Hotel Receptionist: Ok, your wake-up call is all set for tomorrow morning at seven o’clock.
Hotel Receptionist: Your total is $410. Would you like to pay now, or when you check out?
Kelly: I’ll pay now.
Hotel Receptionist: Thank you. Here is your receipt and your key. You are in room 210, on the second floor.
Hotel Receptionist: Do you need help with your bags?
Kelly: Sure. Thanks.
Receptionist calls for assistance from the Hotel Porters.
Hotel Receptionist: Enjoy your stay.
Kelly: Thank you.

During Your Stay at the Hotel

Conversation Example

Kelly: Can we have another room please, the air-conditioner in this one is not working properly.
Hotel Receptionist: We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience.
Hotel Receptionist: What room are you in?
Kelly: Room 210.
Hotel Receptionist: Let me check to see if there are any more double rooms available at this time.
Hotel Receptionist: Room 421 is available on the fourth floor.
Kelly: Ok, great!
Hotel Receptionist: Would you like the Hotel Porters to assist you with your bags again.
Kelly: That would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

Leaving the Hotel

Conversation Example

Scott: I’d like to check out please.
Hotel Receptionist: What room are you in?
Scott: Room 301.
Hotel Receptionist: That’s $220 please.
Scott pays the hotel receptionist and returns the key.
Hotel Receptionist: Thank you. Sign here please. We hope you enjoyed your stay, please come again and safe travel.
Scott: Yes, we really enjoyed our stay. Thank you for your hospitality.
Hotel Receptionist: You’re welcome!

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