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    jctgf is offline Key Member
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    Default what time is the check-out?

    hi,

    i would like to ask the guy at the hotel front desk what time i have to leave the room.

    how can i say that?

    can i say "what time do i have to vacate the room"?

    what's the most usual way?

    thanks,
    jc

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    Default Re: what time is the check-out?

    Yes, you can say "What time to I have to vacate the room?"

    Most people say, "What time do we check in?" "What time must we check out?" or "What time is check-out?"

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