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One Washington Circle Hotel Questions & Answers

Cairo, Egypt

Hi,could you please inform me if the one bedroom queen suite has a door separating the bedroom from the living room or not.thanks for your cooperation

over a year ago Answer

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Hi, I did not stay in a one bedroom queen suite. I wish I could be of help. Sorry.

over a year ago
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Each room is a little different from the other. My room did not have a door separating the bed from living room, but I believe my friends room did have a door. Hotel staff was very helpful, I think if you call them and make a special request they will try to accommodate.

over a year ago
Austin, Texas
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Our bedroom had a door separating the two rooms.

over a year ago
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
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The executive one bedroom suite had a door and separate bath area. A half bath off of the hall and the dining are was large enough to put the table between it and the living room sofa bed. It gave pretty good space for us five adults. Hope this is helpful

over a year ago
Wallingford
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Yes, it has a door that closes.

over a year ago
New York City, New York
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No it doesn't

11 months ago
Yorkshire, UK
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Here now and our room has a door seperating it from the lounge.

over a year ago
Jerusalem, Israel
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The studio suites do not have a door but the other queen suites do have doors between the living room and the bedroom. Hope this is helpful.

over a year ago
Hernando, Florida
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Hello Cairo!

The rooms that I booked for my extended family and I (two rooms) were of two different floor plans. One booked room had a door that separated the bedroom from the living room/dining area (my daughter-in-law and my two grandchildren stayed in that room. My room had no door separating the sleeping area from the living room/lounge area. But, both rooms were still very nice, regardless. I hope that this helps!

All the best,

77Brian77

over a year ago
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