I tried to book two private (not dormitory beds) and independent (not twin or double rooms) rooms on booking.com. I am able to filter out the private room by clicking "Show private rooms only", as shown below.

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However, the results contain a lot of twin or double rooms, as shown below.

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It is wired as I set Rooms to 2 in the left search area.

How do I filter out two independent or separated rooms?

  • Are you looking for a suite with two bedrooms? Or two rooms with a connecting door? Or something else?
    – user13044
    Commented Mar 2, 2017 at 16:12
  • A twin or double room may be the smallest room some hotels offer - they are still private, and you wouldnt be expected to share, you book the entire room.
    – user29788
    Commented Mar 2, 2017 at 16:17
  • @Tom, both of them are OK. I mean each of us prefers a private space (separate with each other with a door). Commented Mar 2, 2017 at 16:18
  • @Moo, I see. but it is still a room with two separated beds. Commented Mar 2, 2017 at 16:20
  • 2
    Suites are not cheap, as they usually are geared toward business folks with bedrooms and a common sitting room. You might be better served with a connecting room so you can visit without going outside into the hall. Most though will be a double bed in one room, twin beds in the other room (family oriented)
    – user13044
    Commented Mar 2, 2017 at 16:20

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You are misunderstanding the results - many hotels only have twins or doubles as their smallest room, you simply book two of them. They are private and non-shared, they are not dormitory or hostel style rooms.

You are getting what you are searching for.

The OP has clarified through comments that they are actually after a suite with several rooms, which that search option has nothing to do with - that option merely filters out hotels which do not have the right availability for your dates (there is no point in showing you a hotel if they only have one room available).

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