The hotel is a facility that usually offers short-term accommodation. Hotels often offer a number of additional guest services such as restaurant, pool or childcare. Some hotels have conference rooms and meeting rooms, encouraging groups to hold conferences and meetings in their area. Hotels are different in motels because most motels have exterior entrances to the rooms, while hotels tend to have internal entrances to the rooms which may increase guests' safety and prominence. More. The basic accommodation of a single room with a bed, wardrobe, a small desk and a toilet is largely replaced by rooms with en suite bathrooms and climate control. Other features include phone, alarm clock, TV and broadband internet connection. Food and drink may be served by a mini bar (often containing a small fridge) containing snacks and drinks (paid for on departure), and tea and coffee making equipment (cups, spoons, a Electric kettle and utensils (coffee, tea bags, sugar and cream or milk).
By law, a hotel in England is required to provide food and drink to all importers within a specified time. To avoid this, "private hotels" that are not subject to this requirement are uncommon. However, in Japan the Capsule Hotel uses minimal facilities and room space. The cost and quality of hotels usually indicate the range and type of services available. Due to the huge increase in tourism around the world during the last decades of the twentieth century, standards, especially those of smaller institutions, have improved significantly. For comparison purposes, rating systems have been introduced that rank one to five stars most commonly.
The boutique hotel is a term coined in North America to describe the intimate, usually upscale or quirky hotel environment. Boutique hotels distinguish themselves from the larger or branded chain hotels by offering an exceptional and personalized level of accommodation, services and facilities. Boutique hotels are furnished in a themed, stylish or provocative way. However, boutique hotels are usually significantly smaller than the main hotel (between 3 and 100 guest rooms) and are equipped with wi-fi, telephone and internet access, honesty bars and often cable / pay TV. Guest services are provided by the 24-hour hotel staff. Many boutique hotels have dining facilities on site and most offer bars and lounges that may be open to the public. Of the entire travel market, a small percentage of important travelers place great importance on privacy, luxury and service.
Since this market is typically corporate travel, the non-seasonal market segment is high-yielding and repeatable, so one of the boutique hotel operators is targeted as their main source of income. A number of hotels have come into public awareness through popular culture, such as the Ritz Hotel in London, England ("Ritz Hotel") and the Chelsea Hotel in New York City, subject to a number of songs and Also beating scene to beat Nancy Sponge by her boyfriend Sid Vicious. Hotels that go into folklore like these are also often attracted by celebrities, as is the case with Ritz and Chelsea. Other popular hotels include the Beverly Hills Hotel, the Bel-Air Hotel and the Chateau Marmont, in California, United States, the Watergate Complex in Washington DC, the Astoria Hotel in St. Petersburg, Russia, the George Fifth Hotel and the Hitler Ritz Hotel in Paris, Palazzo. . Versace Hotel in Golden Beach, Queensland, Australia, Hermitage Hotel and Hotel de Paris in Monaco (in French Riviera) and Leningradskaya Hotel in Moscow. Many hotels can be considered destinations on their own, with unusual features of the resort or its proximity.
Treehouse Hotels Some hotels, such as the Costa Rican Tree House at Gandoca-Manzanillo Wildlife Refuge, Costa Rica or the Treetops Hotel in Abberhar National Park, Kenya, were built with live trees and made as structural elements and converted into trees. they do. Ariao towers are located near Manaus, Brazil in the middle of the Amazon, in Rio Negro. Bill Gates even invested and built a complex on the Internet or satellite phone. Another hotel with tree units is Bayram's Trees House in Olympus, Turkey Cave Hotel Cave Hotel in Cob Paddy, South Australia, and Cuevas Pedro Antonio de Alarken (named by the author) in Guadix, Spain and Also, several hotels in Cappadocia, Turkey, have underground rooms due to being built in natural cave formations.
Capsule Hotels Capsule hotels are a type of economic hotel that is quite popular in Japan. Ice hotels like the Ice Hotel in Jukkasjärvi Sweden melt every spring and are made of ice and snow every winter. Snowmobiles The Mammut Snow Hotel in Finland is located within the walls of the Kemi Snow Castle, the largest in the world. This hotel includes Mammoth Snow Hotel, Yard Castle, Snow Restaurant and Weddings Prayer Room and more. Its furnishings and decorations are like sculptures made of snow and ice. Snow accommodation is also available at the Lainio Snow Hotel in Lapland (near Yll). Garden Hotels Garden hotels, famous for their gardens before becoming hotels, include Gravetye Manor, the home of William Robinson and Cliveden designed by Charles Barry with Rose Garden by Jeffrey Jelico.
Underwater Hotels Since 2005, the only underwater hotel you can reach without scuba diving is the Utter Inn Hotel on Lake Mälaren, Sweden. It only has one room, however, and the Jules' Undersea Lodge in Key Largo, Florida, which does not require diving, is larger. Hydropolis is an ambitious project to build a luxury hotel in Dubai, UAE, with 220 suites, all at the bottom of the Persian Gulf, 20 meters (66 feet) below the surface. Its architecture has two domes that break the surface and an underwater train tunnel, all made of transparent materials such as glass and acrylic. Other unusual hotels The New York City Library Hotel is unique in that it has ten floors arranged in accordance with the Davis Decimal System. Rogers Center, formerly SkyDome, in Toronto, Canada is the only stadium with a hotel attached and has 70 rooms overlooking the ground. The Burj Al Arab Hotel in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, built on an artificial island, is built in the shape of a boat sail.