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Re: [Debconf-team] Question for DebConf13 bids: Accommodation

The primary option that we proposed for Riga aces all of these
questions - we are offered mostly twin roons, but also single rooms
are available and also higher class rooms.

In the option with the secondary venue, all these things can be
handled by the hotel there.

In the last option with the hostels, well that becomes a bit more
complex and would need extra handling from us. :(

On 25 January 2012 21:48, Moray Allan <moray@sermisy.org> wrote:
> Sponsored accommodation:
> Roughly what is the expected distribution of rooms by room type?
> (e.g. single/twin/double/3-/4-person rooms)
> What choices on room type and/or quality are available nearer the
> time, according to the money we have available?
> How flexible is the accommodation provider on room booking, so that we
> only pay for beds on nights where they are in use by an attendee?  (As
> attendees do not all come and go on the same dates.)
> Non-sponsored accommodation:
> Normally we have some attendees who would like to stay alongside other
> attendees but to pay, perhaps paying more for a single room.  What
> options would be available for them in your bid?
> Normally we have other attendees who would like to pay for their own
> accommodation, and prefer a higher standard than the sponsored
> accommodation.  What options would be available for them in your bid,
> either as superior rooms in the same place, or other hotel options
> nearby?
> Can the accommodation provider deal with payment directly from
> attendees who do not take sponsored accommodation?
> --
> Moray
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