Hotel Conversation Questions

Some people like to go to tourist places when they have some time off or during school breaks.

Sometimes they stay in hotels or rent an Airbnb.

These are some common questions that people have about hotels

  • How is the service generally at hotels?
  • Have you ever have something stolen from your hotel room?
  • What do you like the most about staying in hotels?
  • How often do you stay in hotels?
  • What can you do in a hotel to have fun?
  • What country does have the best hotels in the world?

These and other questions about hotels is what you will find in this post so you can have a good conversation in the ESL classroom

Hotel Conversation Questions: Part A

This is the first set of questions about hotels

  1. Do you like staying in hotels?
  2. Have you ever stayed in a hotel?
  3. How often do you stay in hotels?
  4. Are there many hotels in your city?
  5. What are some famous beach hotels in your country?
  6. What do you think about hotel food?
  7. What activities do you usually do in a hotel?
  8. What can you do in a hotel to have fun?
  9. What towns or cities in your country have many hotels?
  10. What is the most expensive hotel in your country?

Hotel Conversation Questions: Part B

This is the first set of questions about hotels

  1. When was the last time you stayed in a hotel?
  2. Would you like to work in a hotel?
  3. Do you have friends who work in hotels?
  4. Do your or your friends have crazy hotel stories?
  5. What are three things that you like about staying in hotels?
  6. Would you like to open your own hotel?
  7. Do you use room service?
  8. What do you think about Airbnb?
  9. Have you ever used Airbnb to find a place to stay?
  10. Do you drink a lot when you stay in a hotel?

Hotel Conversation Questions: Part C

This is the third set of questions about hotels

  1. Do you eat a lot when you stay in a hotel?
  2. What food do you usually eat the most when staying in hotels?
  3. What do you think about working out in a gym hotel?
  4. What do you think about hotel charging an extra fee for using the hotel WIFI?
  5. What’s your favourite hotel?
  6. Is there a hotel that you would never stay at again? Why not?
  7. What is your favourite service provided by the hotel staff?
  8. What are the necessities every hotel should have for a guest?
  9. What is the craziest thing you’ve seen at a hotel?
  10. What website do you use to book hotels?

Hotel Conversation Questions: Part D

This is the fourth set of questions about hotels

  1. What is the longest amount of time you have stayed in a hotel?
  2. Do you ever worry for your belongings when you stay  in a hotel?
  3. What do you take into consideration when choosing a hotel?
  4. Describe your worst hotel experience
  5. What’s your best hotel experience?
  6. Have you ever had an issue with your room or service?
  7. What are your thoughts about pets in hotels?
  8. Have you ever had a bad experience in hotels?
  9. What is the best view you have ever had from a hotel room?
  10. What kind of hotel would you choose for a honeymoon? 

How to Use these Conversation Questions

These are some recommendations use these conversation questions in the ESL classroom

  1. Print the questions and cut them into strips
  2. Put all the strips of paper in a bag
  3. Tell learners to make groups of six
  4. Ask a learner to grab a question from the bag and discuss it with the group members

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More ESL Conversation Questions

I hope that you have found all the hotel conversation questions that you were looking for

These are other ESL conversation questions that you might enjoy or need

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There are a lot of different questions that you should ask to have a good conversation about hotel experiences.

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Manuel Campos, English Professor

Manuel Campos

I am Jose Manuel, English professor and creator of, a blog whose mission is to share lessons for those who want to learn and improve their English