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Dutch: Phrases > Lodging

The sentences presented in this section will help you with the most basic expressions in Dutch. It will certainly not be enough in order to start a conversation in Dutch, however being able to say a few words in the country's native language will evoke sympathy and understanding.

The good news is that especially when you are traveling to The Netherlands, virtually everyone will speak English as a second language. However, it is a polite gesture to ask first.

English
Dutch
"I'd like a room for …
… one night.
… two / three / four nights.
… one week / two weeks."
"Ik wil graag een kamer voor …
… één nacht.
… twee / drie / vier nachte.
… één week / twee weken."
Did you make a reservation? Heeft u gereserveerd?
Yes, I made a reservation under the name … Ja, ik heb onder de naam … gereserveerd.
No, I did not make a reservation. Nee, ik heb niet gereserveerd.
I'd like to have a room with a bath. Ik will graag een kamer met een bad.
How much does it cost per night? Hoeveel kost dat per nacht?
Can I see the room? Kann ik de kamer zien?
What is my room number? Wat is mijn kamernummer?
There is no warm water. Er is geen warm water.
May I speak the manager, please? Kan ik de manager spreken, alstublieft?
Did someone call for me? Heeft er iemand voor mij gebeld?
Did someone leave a message? Heeft er iemand een bericht achtergelaten?
Do I have mail? Heb ik post?
I'd like to pay. Ik wil graag betalen.

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