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That always seemed like an oversight to me in an otherwise very well-crafted world. But I guess since most inns are inside villages they're mostly a meeting point for the locals to eat and drink and not really a lodge for travelers. Still, a few beds would be more realistic, especially in a place like the Inn at the crossroads.
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CDPR should make Geralt pay the inkeep to rent a room and sleep on the bed, and just like in Corvo Bianco, if you sleep you will gain vitality boost. Maybe the concept about vitality boost from sleeping they got it later, so only applied on B&W.
Man even Olgierd was sleeping inside a burning house, Geralt is so bum he only meditates on the road.
It kind of bothers me, i'm all for immersion. If there were beds at the inns i would have given this game a solid 10/10 instead of a 7,5/10.
I think it only misnamed, like there should be tavern which only provides food & drink, there should be inn which provides food, drink and room to sleep. In White Orchard it is a tavern, but after that all is inn. Maybe they do it so the man watching over it all would be called inkeep. Or maybe in Polish tavern/inn has same name calling. Don't know, just a random guess.