A Short Term Accommodation-Hotel

— Basic Information —

Hotel is an establishment providing instant lodging paid for a short term services. Since it is established for a short time accommodation services for accommodation, so it has no heavy decoration like house or apartment. But is has a nice decoration with onlyoneroomor a single but sometimes it can be two bed, a small table, a cupboard and a washstand. Hotel has basically been replaced by rooms with some modern facilities & included toen-suite bathrooms and sometimes air conditioning room & climate control. Additionally the common features that have been found in many hotel rooms are an alarm clock, a telephone, a mini-bar, a television, a safe with and drinks & snack foods with many facilities for making coffee & tea. It may be noted that luxury features which includes modern bathrobes and also slippers with a menu of pillow, Jacuzzi bathtubs & twin-sink vanities. And larger hotels provide additional facilities for their guest such as a sweet swimming pool, center for fitness, center for business, childcare, facilities for conference and other function services socially.

Every hotel rooms are usually used number allowing guests for identifying their hotel room. Sometimes some hotels offer meals for their guest as the part of a room and also board arrangement. In the United Kingdom (UK), a hotel which is required by the law of the country to serve food and drinks to the all guests within a certain period or stated hours. And in Japan, capsule hotels which provide an amount with minimize rate of room space and shared facilities.

— Types of Hotel —

Operations of hotel vary in size, cost & function. Most of the hotels and also major companies with hospitality which operate hotels have set widely which are accepted standards of industry classifying types of hotel.

Bunker Hotel

Bunker Hotel,

Bunker Hotel

The Null Stern Hotel situated in Tauten, Appenzellerland in Switzerland and the Concrete Mushrooms located in Albania are the former &the nuclear bunkers transformed into hotels.

Cave Hotel

Cave Hotel,

Cave Hotel

The Cuevas Pedro Antonio de Alarcon which is named according to the author situated in Gaudi in Spain, & several hotels in, Turkey, Cappadocia are really notable for being built into natural formations of cave, some rooms are with underground. The Desert Cave Hotel situated in Coober Pedy in South Australia is built & it has a feature that it remains of an opal mine.

Cliff Hotel

Cave Hotel

Cave Hotel

This type of hotel is located especiallyon the coast but of course much high above sea level, these types of hotels offer unobstructed panoramic views and also a great sense of privacy without feeling of the total isolation. For examples from around the world are, Caruso Belvedere Hotel in Amalfi Coast situated in Italy,Birkenhead Housein Hermanus  located in South Africa,the Riosol Hotel located in Gran Canarias , Aman Resorts Amankila in Bali, & another is the Caves in Jamaica and Caesar Augustus in Capri.

Garden Hotel

Garden Hotel

Garden Hotel

Garden hotels are famous for having their gardens before they became hotels including Gravette Manor and den designed by Charles Barry having with a rose garden designed by Geoffrey Jellicoe& the home of garden designedby William Robinson.

Railway Hotel

Railway Hotel

Railway Hotel

Frequently, grand hotels are built by expanding railway companies at their terminal. For example the Midland Hotel which is located or built in Manchester next to the former Central Station of Manchester, and there is also a hotel the ones above St Pancreas railway stationin London and the Charring Cross railway station. The another is Chiltern Court Hotel situated above Baker Street tube station is located in London; it may be noted that there are also Canada’s grand hotels of railway. They are and/or were mostly, but must not exclusively which is used by many traveling by rail.

Straw Bale Hotel

Straw Bale Hotel

Straw Bale Hotel

In Nax the Mont-Noble in the Swiss Alps, it is the first hotel located in Europe called The Maya Guesthouse which was built entirely with bales of straw. For the values of insulation of the walls it needs no heating of conventional or any air conditioning system, though the Maya Guesthouse was built at an altitude of at least 1,300 meters in the Alps.