Word forms: (present) charges to a room, (past) charged to a room, (perfect) charged to a room, (progressive) charging to a room
(Hospitality (hotel): Restaurant, paying the check) If you charge an item or expense to a room at a hotel, you add it to a guest's final bill so they can pay for it when they check out of the room.
⇒ The restaurant offers meals which can be charged to your room. ⇒ Any items that you charged to your room during your stay must be paid for when you check out. ⇒ Are you paying for your drinks now, or are you charging them to your room?
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