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  1. Bedding: Typically includes a comfortable mattress with fresh linens, pillows, and a duvet or comforter.
  2. Bathroom: An en-suite bathroom with a toilet, sink, and either a shower, bathtub, or a combination of both. Towels, toiletries (such as shampoo, conditioner, and soap), and a hairdryer are usually provided.
  3. Furniture: A bed (queen, king, or twin depending on the room type), bedside tables or nightstands with reading lamps, a desk or writing area with a chair, and a wardrobe or closet with hangers.
  4. Entertainment: A television with cable or satellite channels is common. Some hotels also provide additional entertainment options such as pay-per-view movies.
  5. Climate Control: Air conditioning or heating, depending on the climate of the location, to ensure guest comfort.
  6. Communication: A telephone for local and international calls. Some hotels provide complimentary Wi-Fi access for guests.
  7. Safety Features: In-room safe for valuables, and secure door locking systems.
  8. Mini-bar: A small refrigerator stocked with beverages and snacks. Guests are often charged for items consumed.
  9. Coffee/Tea Making Facilities: A coffee maker or electric kettle with complimentary coffee and tea.
  10. Iron and Ironing Board: For guests to use if they need to freshen up their clothing.
  11. Room Service: Many hotels offer room service for meals and snacks.
  12. Workspace: A desk or table with a chair for guests who need to work or use their laptops.
  13. Mirror: Full-length and vanity mirrors for convenience.
  14. Internet Access: Wi-Fi or wired internet access, either complimentary or for a fee.
  15. Complimentary Items: Some hotels provide complimentary items like bottled water, fruit baskets, or welcome amenities.
  16. View: Depending on the hotel’s location and design, rooms may offer different views, such as city views, garden views, or sea views.
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