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Date Posted: 19:51:35 01/10/18 Wed
Author: if this helps you
Subject: UK hotels follow different set up than those in NA. You probably don't have a "family" room and therefore extra people are just that, extra. Most UK hotels are set at 2 people occupancy, no more.
In reply to: Can't be right 's message, "Worlds hotel charge for kids over 13? How does that work. Room fee times 2?" on 19:12:34 01/10/18 Wed

Always check the fine print.

BTW, there is no "Worlds Hotel" there is no specific hotel to stay in, because you will still have to pay the daily entry fee, there is no block. You are free to book anywhere in Glasgow.

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  • Ok so if just me and DD should be no extra fee (NT) -- Thanks, 20:24:49 01/10/18 Wed

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