What if I can’t fill my sleeping rooms to capacity?
Posted on Sep 1, 2017
There is no additional fee if you do not fill your sleeping rooms to capacity. Sleeping rooms have two double beds, which makes room capacity four people per room (except for Wisconsin Dells, WI which also includes a pull-out sofa in each sleeping room. These sleeping rooms technically can hold another two people on the pull-out sofa, but for the sake of comfort we only recommend one person on the pull-out sofa). You may bring a sleeping bag and pillow and have one additional person sleep on the floor. Fire codes prevent most hotels from putting rollaway beds in rooms with two double beds.
Please see your event specific web page to see if they permit rollaway beds. If you are interested in using a rollaway bed, please go to the hotel’s front desk to check availability and make arrangements after you receive your room assignments at Quake registration, as hotels do not have church housing information prior to our arrival at Quake and therefore, cannot reserve these ahead of time for your group. Hotels have a limited number of rollaway beds and they are provided on a first come, first served basis. If there is a charge, you are responsible for paying it at the time of request.