Sometimes, it is an option. However, many Roompot parks require you to rent their bed linen. Whether this situation applies to the park that you have selected is indicated at the top left during the booking process in the summary of costs under Your Booking. If bed linen is automatically added to the summary of costs, renting it is required at the park that you selected. If bed linen is not included in the summary of costs, you can book it as extra on the same page in step 2 under the Extras heading, or you can bring along your own.
Towels are always available in the holiday accommodations. If you want more, you can book them as extra on the same page in step 2 under the Extras heading, or you can bring along your own. In step 2, you can also see the prices of the extras that can be booked, with prices differing between parks.
Extras such as bed linen or towels can be added to your booking until 1 day before arrival via My Roompot or on arrival at the park reception. However, we do recommend booking extras as early as possible to be sure that they are still available.
Single duvets and pillows are always present in all holiday accommodations.
It depends both on the park and on the holiday accommodation. You can find this information under Facilities on the web page of your park and on the web page of your holiday accommodation.
The type of bed in your holiday accommodation is listed under Facilities. Your park web page will include this information for each type of accommodation.
No, some of the parks are car-free or have car-free sections. In that case, you can only park at your holiday accommodation on check-in and check-out days. The parking options are stated for each type of holiday accommodation under Facilities.
In some holiday accommodations, it is fine to bring along 1 or 2 dogs or other pets. On the web page for the holiday accommodation that you selected is a Facilities section. This section provides all the information about your holiday accommodation, including about the pets.
When you make your booking, indicate that you will bring along a pet. You can do so under the heading Travel Companions. Once a booking has been made, it is no longer possible to register any dog or pet coming along. The costs for bringing along pets differ between parks. In some cases, you will pay for a mandatory final cleaning in addition to the costs for the pet. This mandatory final cleaning is also required during special offers when the final cleaning is included.
At all Roompot campsites, a maximum of 2 pets are allowed. However, this situation does not apply to a number of Standard-class campsite pitches at Camping Hunzedal. If you make a booking for a campsite pitch, you can bring along your pet free of charge. A second pet will cost € 5.50 per night.
In most cases, the number included in the name of your holiday accommodation indicates the number of guests for which the accommodation is suitable. For example, the name L6A Comfort means that the accommodation is suitable for 6 persons. This information can also be found in the detailed description of your holiday accommodation at the top of the web page for the accommodation that you have selected. Due to safety and comfort reasons, it is not permitted to have more people spend the night than the accommodation allows.
In some holiday accommodations, the maximum number of guests may be extended by 1 or 2 children up to the age of 3. However, these holiday accommodations have not been furnished as such and children's furniture does not fit in some accommodations. Be sure to ask about this option when you make a booking. Costs may be charged for this option.
For each holiday home mandatory additional costs apply. The additional costs vary per holiday home and can be found in the pop-up displayed with every price. No rights may be derived from these prices.