When each traveler signs up, they must select their desired room occupancy – the occupancy selected will affect the cost of the trip. Once room occupancy is chosen, travelers are responsible for selecting roommates based on that occupancy by the room request deadline date.

For example, if you want to be in a triple room, you must tell us the names of the two other travelers that you would like to room with.

If the traveler submits an incomplete request, a request that cannot be accommodated, or does not submit a request, Campus Vacations will adjust the traveler’s occupancy as necessary. Single occupancy rooms come at a much higher cost.

If the number of people in your room changes, whether it was changed at your request, due to circumstances outside of your control, you will be responsible for finding additional roommates to fill the space and/or paying the additional cost associated with an occupancy change. 

The room occupancy of your choice may not always be available due to hotel space limitation and/or restrictions.

Hotels do not match beds to occupancy, the number of pillows across a bed represents the number of people allocated there.
(For example, most resorts will put 2 people into one Queen bed, so each person won't get their own bed!)

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