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Phrases to Help You Book a Hotel Room in Estonian Language

Would like to book a hotel room in Estonia? How do you say, I wish to make a reservation for an accommodation in Estonian? Handy Estonian terminology with respect to booking a room in lodges or wanting to ask for a room with a veranda. Learn More

Utilizing the Estonian accommodation similar phrases shown below, you’ll get to ask your questions in Estonian. Examples of these inquiries include things like: “how many nights you are reserving for?” or “how much will it cost to reserve a room?” Subsequently, it will be easier to recognise the actual replies in Estonian.
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Do you have any rooms available?Kas teil on vabu kohti? (kahs tayl ohn VAH-buh KOH-tih?)
How much is a room for one person/two people?Kui palju maksab tuba ühele/kahele inimesele? (kuy PAH-lyuh MAHK-sahb TUH-bah EW-heh-leh/KAH-heh-leh IH-nih-meh-seh-leh?)
Does the room come with...Kas toa juurde kuulub/kuuluvad... (kahs twah YOOHR-deh KOOH-loob/KOOH-loo-vahd)
...bedsheets?...voodilinad? (VOHH-dih-lih-nahd?)
...a bathroom?...vannituba? (VAHN-nih-too-bah?)
...a telephone?...telefon? (TEH-leh-fohn?)
...a TV?...televiisor? (TEH-leh-vee-sohrr?)
May I see the room first?Kas ma tohin seda vaadata enne? (kahs mah TOH-heen SEH-dah VAAH-dah-tah EHN-neh?)
Do you have anything quieter?Kas teil on mõni vaiksem? (kahs tail ohn MER-nee VAYK-sehm?)
...bigger?...suurem? (SOO-rehm?)
...cleaner?...puhtam? (POO-tahm?)
...cheaper?...odavam? (OH-dah-vahm?)
OK, I'll take it.Olgu, ma võtan selle. (OHL-goo, mah VEHRR-tahn SEHL-leh)
I will stay for _____ night(s).Ma jään _____ ööks. (errks)
Can you suggest another hotel?Kas te saate soovitada mõnda teist hotelli? (kahs teh SAAH-teh SAW-vee-tah-dah MUHN-dah tayst HOH-tehl-lee?)
Do you have a safe?Kas teil on seif? (kahs tayl ohn sayf)
...lockers?...kapp? (kahpp)
Is breakfast/supper included?Kas hommikueine/õhtueine kuuluvad selle juurde? (kahs HOHM-mee-kweh-ee-neh/EWW-tweh-ee-neh KEWW-loo-vahd YEWWR-deh?)
What time is breakfast/supper?Mis kell on hommikueine/õhtueine? (mihs kehll ohn HOHM-mih-kweh-ee-neh/IH-tweh-ee-neh)
Please clean my room.Palun, koristage mu tuba. (PAH-loon, KOH-rihs-tah-geh moo TOO-bah)
Can you wake me at _____?Kas te ärataksite mind kell _____? (kahs teh A-rah-tahk-sih-teh mihnd kehll_____?)
I want to check out.Ma soovin ennast välja registreerida. (mah SOHH-vihn EHN-nahst VA-lyah REH-gihs-trehh-rih-dah)

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