You and your family are planning to spend a weekend at a seaside hotel. Write a letter to the hotel making the arrangements. Let them know • when you will be arriving and leaving, • what type of rooms you would like • and ask them how much the weekend will cost • also inquire about activities and places of interest near the hotel.

Dear sir, I am William.
This
upcoming, weekend I have planned to spend my time with my family. For that reason, I would like to inquire about some important aspects of my stay at your
hotel
. Actually, your
hotel
is the one that perfectly matches my desire.
First
of all, we will move from our place Friday, at 4.pm so the check-in time will be approximately 5.pm on the same day.
Then
check-out will be on Sunday,at 6.pm. we need two rooms with interconnected one king-size bed, other two single beds, make sure to have a balcony and it should be the open backside of the
hotel
so we could enjoy and view the sea.
Second
, what would be the cost of our accommodation along with Breakfast, lunch
also
dinner during our stay at the
hotel
. Basically, for the weekends that might be quite different.
Moreover
, share the exited neighbouring places around your
hotel
so that we can spend our leisure time. Foremost, in an emergency what are the steps you would take for the safety of your customers, we must know before our arrival at the
hotel
. Yours faithfully
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