PROYECT 1: HOTELS
DIFFERENT KINDS OF HOTELS
Budget hotels: There are many budget hotels that are aimed at people that have a small budget and want to spend as little as possible. This means that the accommodation is fairly basic and so the rooms usually just have basic facilities such as bed, washing facilities and most have communal toilets. The price of these budgethotels depends on the area they are situated in for example a budget hotel in London would be more expensive than a hotel offering the same standards on the outskirts of London. This is because with hotels and guest houses the location makes a great difference to price because of the convenience to the guest.
Business hotels: These are accommodation aimed at business people that have certainexpectations from the place they are staying. For example most business focused hotels will have fast, wireless internet connections and things like a pressing machine, hairdryer and televisions in the rooms; this is because many business people see these items as essential items.
Luxury hotels: This type of hotel is aimed at those that have lavish lifestyles and they aim to provide the guests withall the luxuries they desire whilst staying there. It is the hotels goal to ensure that the guests stay is as stress free as possible so many offer 5 star beauty treatment centres, offering a wide range of treatments from massages to full spa days. Other services that may be provided by the hotel is a laundry service, exercise facilities, in house restaurants and bars meaning that the service ismore all rounded with everything being under one roof.
Tree hotels: These types of hotels are becoming more popular especially with those that have an interest in the environment as they have little effect on the environmental surroundings. This is because instead of cutting down the trees to make space for the hotel the hotel is literally built up the tree so causing no damage to it.
Boutiquehotel: It is a term popularized in North America and the United Kingdom to describe intimate, usually luxurious or quirky hotel environments. Boutique hotels differentiate themselves from larger chain/branded hotels and motels by providing personalized accommodation and services / facilities. Sometimes known as "design hotels" or "lifestyle hotels",.
Eco hotel: It is a term used to describe a hotelor accommodation that has made important environmental improvements to its structure in order to minimize its impact on the environment. The basic definition of a green hotel is an environmentally-responsible lodging that follows the practices of green living. These hotels have to be certified green by an independent third-party or by the state they are located in. Traditionally, these hotels weremostly presented as Eco Lodges because of their location, often in jungles, and their design inspired by the use of traditional building methods applied by skilled local craftsmen in areas, such as Costa Rica and Indonesia.
Casino hotels: Combine both lodging and legalized gaming on the same premises. Also contain casinos where patrons can wager at table games, play slot machines, and make otherbets. Some casino hotels also contain conference and convention facilities. El paradigmatic example of these hotels would be in establishments in Las Vegas but there are many other parts of the world. They tend to be high-class establishments.
Conference hotels: they provide meeting and banquet rooms, and usually food service, to large groups of people.
Ice hotel: It is a temporary hotel madeup of snow, sculpted blocks of ice, and some steel framing. They are promoted by their sponsors and have special features for travelers who are interested in novelties and unusual environments.
pop-up hotel: It is a hotel which is temporary, being at a location for a short time before being moved. Such hotels may be built from pre-fabricated modules which are plugged together on site or from...