Accommodation in Arabic
If you’re traveling in an Arabic-speaking country and you’ve just arrived in a new place, how do you ask the locals about finding accommodation in Arabic?
How do you explain that you’re looking for a good hotel, or one close to the center of town? Perhaps you’re traveling with children, in which case you might prefer a family-friendly hotel. After this free audio lesson you’ll know how to ask for suitable accommodation in Arabic.
Once you know your options you might need to ask some more questions like “where is?” or “how much?” in Arabic. Don’t worry, we’ve got it covered. Stick with the Rocket Arabic team and you’ll have your bags unpacked and your feet up in no time!
Pronunciation help for finding accommodation in Arabic
All the gender specific words in this lesson are in the masculine form.
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Once you have decided where to stay you need to find out how to get there.
لو سمحت, اروح الشيراتون ازاي؟
Lao sama7t, arou7 el shiraton ezay?
How do I get to the (sheraton) hotel, please?
A taxi ride is not very expensive in Egypt, but you still should get an idea of the price before you hop in. Public transportion (the bus) is available but can be crowded. Most cities have bus lanes. Here are some important words and phrases for you to remember.
انا عايز اروح الشيراتون, لو سمحت.
Ana 3ayez arou7 el shiraton, lao sama7t.
I would like to go to the (sheraton) hotel, please.
هو في محطة اوتوبيس قريبة من هنا؟
Howa fee ma7atet autobees orayeba men el otel?
Is there a bus stop close to the hotel?
Well, that’s it for now.