I was wondering if saying "book accommodation at your hotel" is right

or should I say, "book the hotel" or something like that.


  • To me a request to "book the hotel" somewhat implies booking the whole hotel (every available room). To "book accommodation" is correct but maybe a bit stilted. – HBruijn Apr 8 '19 at 9:08

"Book accommodation at your hotel" sounds a little strange.

Perhaps you could phrase it as:

"I would like to reserve a (family/single/double) room for three nights."

"I would like to book a hotel room."

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