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Sometimes we need special and unique Short Play Script  to attract audience. If we  give scripts always routine type, then we cannot claim for good Short Play Script. Here I am giving with all my hard work the best Short Play Script with all requirements of characters.

Hotel Splendido

Scene: The reception desk at a hotel in England

Characters: The receptionist, an English tourist

The tourist arrives at the reception desk; he is wearing shorts and a very bright, multi- coloured shirt.

Receptionist: Good afternoon, sir. Welcome to the Hotel Splendido.

Tourist: Thank you.

Receptionist: Pointing at the tourist) Good heavens! Look at that!

Tourist: (Alarmed) What? Look at what?

(The receptionist indicates the tourist’s shirt.)

Receptionist: Your shirt!

Tourist: My shirt?

Receptionist: Yes!

Tourist: Do you like it?

Receptionist: No!

Tourist: No?

Receptionist: No, It’s horrible.

Tourist: I beg your pardon?

Receptionist: It’s horrible! But for you, it’s a good shirt,

Tourist: Thank you.

Receptionist: Because when people look at you, they look at the shirt.

Tourist: I know.

Receptionist: And that’s good – because if they look at the shirt, they don’t look at the shorts.

Tourist: What?

Receptionist: And the shorts are really horrible.

Tourist: Now, listen. I didn’t come here to be insulted by you.

Receptionist: Oh, you want somebody else to do it, (Calling) Hey, George, come here for a minute!

Tourist: Stop! Look, I want to book a room.

Receptionist: Book a room?

Tourist: Yes. Have you got one?

Receptionist: What? A book or a room?

Tourist: A room! Have you got a room?

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Receptionist: Yes, we’ve got lots of rooms. It’s a big hotel.

Tourist: Yes, but have you got a room free?

Receptionist: Free?

Tourist: Yes.

Receptionist: No! You have to pay for it!

Tourist: I mean, Have you got a room with no one in it?

Receptionist: I don’t know.

Tourist: Well, can you have a look in the book?

Receptionist: Pardon?

Tourist: Have a look in the book.

Receptionist: A look in the book?

Tourist: Yes. Have a look in the book.

Receptionist: OK.

(The receptionist picks up the guest registration book, opens it, looks quickly at it and closes it again.)

Receptionist: OK. I’ve had a look in the book.

Tourist: And what do you think?

Receptionist: It’s a nice book.

Tourist: Look! Have you got a room, or haven’t you?

Receptionist: OK, OK. OK!

(The receptionist looks at the book again.)

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Receptionist: Yes, we’ve got a room.

Tourist: Good.

Receptionist: A single room.

Tourist: No good, I need a double room

Receptionist: Ah yes, for you and your shirt.

Tourist: No! For me and my wife. She’s arriving this evening.

Receptionist: Ah (Looking at the book again)

Yes. we’ve got a double room.

Tourist: Good! How much is it?

Receptionist: How much?

Tourist: Yes

Receptionist: (Demonstrating with her arms) It’s about this long and about this wide and about this


Tourist: No! Not how big, how much?

Receptionist: Ah! Ten pounds.

Tourist: Ten pounds.

Receptionist: Yes. Ten pounds for you, ten pounds for your wife, and fifty pounds for the horrible shirt.

Tourist: Fifty pounds for the shirt?! That’s ridiculous!

Receptionist: It’s a ridiculous shirt!

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Tourist: Now you listen to me. I don’t like your attitude.

Receptionist: I don’t like your shirt,

Tourist: I’m going to complain to the manager.

Receptionist: She’s not here.

Tourist: Where is she?

Receptionist: In hospital.

Tourist: In hospital? Oh dear. Did she have an accident?

Receptionist: Not exactly. She had dinner in the hotel.

Tourist: Well, I would just like to say that you are the most unhelpful, the most unpleasant, the

worst receptionist that I have met in my life.

Receptionist: (Pleased) Thank you very much.

Tourist: And I am going to report you to the manager!

Receptionist: Fine. Shall I give you the phone number of the hospital?

Tourist: Right, that’s enough! My wife and I are not going to stay at this hotel, I’ll go and book a

room at the hotel next door.

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Receptionist: OK. See you there.

Tourist: Pardon?

Receptionist: I’ll see you there.

Tourist: What?

Receptionist: This is my last day at this hotel. I lost my job this morning, I start work tomorrow at

the hotel next door.

Tourist: (Leaving) Oh, no!

Receptionist: See you tomorrow!