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If you can consider dropping your standards, hostels regularily offer this kind of service. I have been in quite a lot of hostels in eastern Europe over the years, and have yet to find one where 24-hour check in (and access to your room/bed) wasn't offered by default. Yes, it's not the feel and calm of your own furnished room in a hotel, but better than ...


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Note that “24 hour check-in” is not actually what you are looking for. “24 hours check-in” just means that the reception is staffed 24 hours, so you can arrive at any time, including at 2 in the morning if you want/need to (but your stay must be booked from the day before in that case). With or without “24 hour check-in”, you can always check-in at any time ...


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Almost all hotels have a check out between 10am-12pm and a check-in time between 2pm and 4pm and they use the time in between to clean and refit the rooms. The only exception are so-called "day use" rooms where you book a room for a certain time in the day, but this is pretty rare and I didn't see anything in Vilnius. Some options: Ask for an &...


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I have been working in Madrid for a while on business and I have sleep problems and I highly recommend the Catalonia Atocha hotel, it has very good prices and is a very quiet hotel and very close to the most emblematic places in Madrid.


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Your intuition is right, it is before. The minus indicates that you should substract. If you wanted to add you would use a plus. If today (2021-12-24) was for some reason important to you, today would be the day J (le jour J in French). J-2 would be 2021-12-22 and J+2 would be 2021-12-26. The use of minus is much more common than the use of plus. So to ...


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