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Classification Hotels

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      Topic: Classification hotel.

      Classification is based on many criteria and classifying hotels into different types is not an easy task. Hotels can be classified in various ways and each classification is geared to a specific clientele. Basically, most hotels can be classified base on three factors:   the level of service, the length of stay, the ownership.
      First, in the level of service, hotels are classified into economy, mid-range and luxury hotels service on which they offer. With economy service, hotels meet the basic need of the guest by providing comfortable and clean, inexpensive room. Economy hotels appeal primarily to budget minded travelers who wants a room with minimum services and amenities required for comfortable stay, without unnecessary paying additional cost for costly services. The cliental of these hotels include families with children, travelling business people, backpackers, vacationer retirees etc. They might not offer food and beverage facilities. The hotels of this level normally have been classed from 1 star down.   With mid-range service, these hotels appeal the largest segment of the travelling public. They do not provide elaborate service and have an adequate staffing. It is suite hotel that offers small living room with appropriate furniture and small bed room with king sized bed. They also provide uniformed service, food and beverage room service, in room entertainment's and also Wi-Fi. Property may offer a specialized restaurant, coffee shop and lounge that cater to visitors as well as hotel guests. The type of guests who like to stay at these hotels are business people, individual travelers, and families. Rates are lower than luxury hotels as they provide fewer services, smaller rooms and a smaller range of facilities and recreational activities. The hotels of this level normally have been classed from 2 stars to 3 stars. Luxury hotels – These are also called world class...


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