What does it mean when a hotel or motel advertises Dutch Clean rooms?
This is an expression that means VERY CLEAN rooms. The Dutch are very particular about their homes, and clean them far more often than Americans generally do. We went on vacation in Scotland and stayed at a Bed and Breakfast in the Orkney islands where the wife was Dutch. The rooms were beautiful with lots of old pine and very white line and lace on the bed.
ARe there any federal or state laws about how clean a hotel or motel room must be Any minimum standards Not fire or building codes but cleanliness.?
Its very difficult to diffrenciate between a motel, hotel, and resort. A motel in a wider preview can also be a hotel and resort. A motel in true sense is having lots of parking space with roadside approach with easy access to rooms. A motel can also have recreation facilities such as swimming pool, sports etc.A hotel is a multi storied building with or without parking space, entrance to rooms through a lobby, reception. A…
There is not an abbreviation for the word motel. A motel is a roadside hotel, with many rooms arranged in a low building with parking directly outside of it. Motels are often on the lower end of the hotel food chain, as they cater primarily to short-term visitors such as motorists and people temporarily passing through the area.