Knowing some Chinese hotel words before you travel to a China will make life much easier! Even if you’re lucky enough to find the perfect hotel, it will be useful to know a few Chinese words and phrases so you can understand the staff assisting you.
Once you’ve checked in at a hotel, the receptionist will give you your key and tell you what room you’re in.
钥匙 (yàoshi) = The key
房间号 (fángjiān hào) = room number
您在29号房 (nín zài èrshíjiǔ hào fang) = You are in room number 29.
Directions will be given with reference to floors…
一楼 (yī lóu) = First floor
二楼 (èr lóu) = Second floor
三楼 (sān lóu) = Third floor
四楼 (sì lóu) = Fourth floor
五楼 (wǔ lóu) = Fifth floor
You may wish to know where the following are…
电梯在哪儿？(diàntī zài nǎr) = Where is the elevator?
游泳池在哪儿？(yóuyǒng chí zài nǎr) = Where is the swimming pool?
餐厅在哪儿？(cāntīng zài nǎr) = Where is the restaurant?
你们在哪儿提供早餐？(nǐmen zài nǎr tígòng zǎocān) = Where do you serve breakfast?
You may also want to know:
我需要几点退房？(wǒ xūyào jǐdiǎn tuìfáng) = At what time do I need to check out of the room?
我现在付钱还是以后付钱？(wǒ xiànzài fùqián háishì yǐhòu fùqián) = Do I pay now or later?
你们几点提供早餐？(nǐmen jǐdiǎn tígòng zǎocān) = When do you serve breakfast?
If your room isn’t equipped with all the facilities you’d like, here are some useful phrases…
我需要更多的毛巾。(wǒ xūyào gèngduōde máojīn) = I need more towels.
我需要更多的香皂。(wǒ xūyào gèngduōde xiāngzào) = I need more soap.
我需要更多的卫生纸。(wǒ xūyào gèngduōde wèishēngzhǐ) = I need more toilet paper.
我需要另一条毯子。(wǒ xūyào lìngyītiáo tǎnzi) = I need an extra blanket.
Here are some final words and phrases that might come in handy…
双人床 (shuāngrén chuáng) = A double bed
空调 (kōngtiáo) = The air conditioner
暖气 (nuǎnqì) = The heater
暖气坏了(nuǎnqì huài le) = The heater is broken
脏 (zāng) = Dirty
吵 (chǎo) = Noisy
干净 (gānjìng) = Clean
冷 (lěng) = Cold
热 (rè) = Hot
水 (shuǐ) = Water
灯 (dēng) = Light
坏了 (huài le) = To be broken
令人无法接受 (lìng rén wúfǎ jiēshòu) = Unacceptable
Post time: Jul-27-2020