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Standard American English gives accomodation a plural form, British English does not.
I don't think at all that it has a plural form.:)
Exemples: 1) Hotel accommodation is included in the price of your holiday package.
2) Nowadys, travelers are looking for bed and breakfast accommodations in private homes.
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618;ʆən / Ac noun 1 accommodations [ plural ] a room in a hotel or other place where you stay on vacation or when you are traveling :
▪ Guest artists have to pay for their own hotel accommodations and meals.
▪ The package includes deluxe accommodations and unlimited golf.
from: pai dos burros Longman
certanly it has the plural form
I think there is no plural for accommodation.