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4.—(1) A designated bedroom in a hotel, guest house, inn, hostel or members’ club is not smoke-free.
(2) In this regulation “a designated bedroom” means a room which—
(a)is set apart exclusively for sleeping accommodation;
(b)has been designated in writing by the person having the charge of the premises in which the room is situated as being a room in which smoking is permitted;
(c)has a ceiling and, except for doors and windows, is completely enclosed on all sides by solid, floor-to-ceiling walls;
(d)does not have a ventilation system that ventilates into any other part of the premises (except any other designated bedrooms);
(e)does not have any door that opens onto smoke-free premises which is not mechanically closed immediately after use; and
(f)is clearly marked as a bedroom in which smoking is permitted.
(3) In this regulation “bedroom” does not include any dormitory or other room that a person in charge of premises makes available under separate arrangements for persons to share at the same time.
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