What are the hotel classification by target service level?
*World class sevice hotels
*Mid-range service hotels
*Limited service hotels
*Mid-range service hotels
*Limited service hotels
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Answer . Taken with reference from " Research Department of the Caribbean Tourism Organization 2002". AA rating system (British System) . This system focuses on a consum…er's perspective on accommodation properties. The objective was to introduce a classification system easily understood by the consumer. This system is part of the description of properties seen in travel books. The American version is the AAA system. . Minimum Requirements for AA Recognition . One Star Hotels . Hotels in this classification are likely to be small and independently owned, with a family atmosphere. Services may be provided by the owner and family on an informal basis. There may be a limited range of facilities and meals may be fairly simple. Lunch, for example, may not be served. Some bedrooms may not have en suite bath/shower rooms. Maintenance, cleanliness and comfort should, however, always be of an acceptable standard.. Two Star Hotels . In this classification hotels will typically be small to medium sized and offer more extensive facilities than at the one star level. Some business hotels come into the two star classification and guests can expect comfortable, well equipped, overnight accommodation, usually with an en-suite bath/shower room. Reception and other staff will aim for a more professional presentation than at the one star level, and offer a wider range of straightforward services, including food and drink.. Three Star Hotels . At this level, hotels are usually of a size to support higher staffing levels, and a significantly greater quality and range of facilities than at the lower star classifications. Reception and the other public rooms will be more spacious and the restaurant will normally also cater for non-residents. All bedrooms will have fully en suite bath and shower rooms and offer a good standard of comfort and equipment, such as a hair dryer, direct dial telephone, toiletries in the bathroom. Some room service can be expected, and some provision for business travelers.. Four Star Hotels . Expectations at this level include a degree of luxury as well as quality in the furnishings, decor and equipment, in every area of the hotel. Bedrooms will also usually offer more space than at the lower star levels, and well designed, coordinated furnishings and decor. The en-suite bathrooms will have both bath and fixed shower. There will be a high enough ratio of staff to guests to provide services like porterage, 24-hour room service, laundry and dry-cleaning. The restaurant will demonstrate a serious approach to its cuisine.. Five Star Hotels . Here you should find spacious and luxurious accommodation throughout the hotel, matching the best international standards. Interior design should impress with its quality and attention to detail, comfort and elegance. Furnishings should be immaculate. Services should be formal, well supervised and flawless in attention to guests' needs, without being intrusive. The restaurant will demonstrate a high level of technical skill, producing dishes to the highest international standards. Staff will be knowledgeable, helpful, well versed in all aspects of customer care, combining efficiency with courtesy.
Hotels are classified by a star rating system. The more stars thebetter quality of a hotel it is.
it is different in every countries and no international standard
Hotel classification is normally based on the level of service.This is usually done in form of stars with five-star hotels beingthe best in the industry.
There are mainly three types of level of service: excellent customer service, acceptable customer service, and poor customer service. Every service could have large impact on …hotel complex. Customer expectation is what they want to get while customer perception is what they really feel.. When the expectation is higher than perception (E>P), it means customer get more than they wish. It could be an excellent service and has positive impact on hotel complex. With customer satisfaction, they are delight and be a member of re-booking guest. More customer loyalty would bring a good reputation in industry and keep a large number of customers. This would bring increasing revenue and profit and finally taking more market share. This could help hotel build up competitive advantages. When the expectation is equal to perception (E=P), it is known as an acceptable customer. The hotel complex could satisfy customer and maintain its customer, revenue, profit and market share in short term. If there is no promotion or development implemented, the better service the hotel's competitors provide would take more market share in the future. When the expectation is lower than perception (E
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It's the service you call when you need an employee to get you something or do something for you. It's usually served when you call the front desk and ask for it. I hope you'r…e satisfied with the answer I gave you. My goal was to help. :D
hotel services are services such as cleaning and any other services that you dont need to pay for, they come when you get your room
Classification or Types of Hotels world wide : Hotels are classified according to the hotel size, location, target markets, levels of service, facilities, number of rooms…, ownership and affiliation etc. 1. Size - Or number of rooms Under 150 rooms 150 to 299 rooms 300 to 600 rooms More than 600 rooms These categories enable hotels of similar size to compareoperating procedures and statistical results 2. Target Markets Hotel target many markets and can be classified according to the markets they attempt to attract their guests. Common type of markets include business, airport, suites, residential, resort , timeshare , casino , convention and conference hotels.. 3. Levels Of service 4. Ownership and Affiliations Ownership and affiliation provide another means by which to classify hotel property . There are two types one is Individual and another is chain hotel. .
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