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Classification of hotels


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  • We all like to search through pictures and illustrations to find a suitable hotel for a weekend or a short holiday. Next to price and location, visuals are among the most important criteria to influence our choice. But what exactly do we mean by location? And how can we use pictures to make a choice, when they give very little information about things like hygiene or, even more important, the quietness of a room which will determine how well you sleep in that hotel? A close correlation between what hotels promise online and actually offer offline is becoming increasingly important for a good customer experience and for receiving positive reviews.
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  • 1. Classification of Hotels Arbaaz Khan MBA (final year) ABIMS
  • 2. Introduction• A hotel is an establishment that provides paid lodging on a short-term basis.• Provides basic accommodation, in times past, consisting only of a room with a bed, a cupboard, a small table and a washstand• largely been replaced by rooms with modern facilities, including en-suite bathrooms and air conditioning or climate control.
  • 3. Introduction• The hotel industry Is classified on the following basis On the basis of location On the basis of target market On the basis of size of property Based on theme
  • 4. based on location
  • 5. based on location• Downtown Hotels:• Located in the heart of the city• Near shopping areas theaters etc• With high rates• Taj Mahal Hotel Mumbai
  • 6. based on location• Suburban Hotels:• Located in the suburbs• Have quieter surroundings• Rates are moderate• Ideal for budget travelers
  • 7. based on location• Motels:• Derived from the motor hotels• Located on highways• Provide ample parking space• Usually located near fuel pumps• Kamat yatri nivas chain, Karnataka
  • 8. based on location• Airport Hotels:• Set up near airports• Cater transit guest Radisson Hotel New Delhi
  • 9. based on location• Resort Hotels:• Are located near a sea shore or hill stations• Cater people who want to relax and enjoy• May be called health resorts, hill resorts, beach resorts etc• Are generally seasonal in nature Resort Leela palace
  • 10. based on location• Forest Hotels:• Located within a forest range• Caters tourist visiting the forest areas Hotel Corbett GrandeJim Corbett National Park
  • 11. based on location• Floatels:• Established on luxury liners or ships• Cruise ships
  • 12. based on location• Boatels:• House boat• Shikara of Kashmir
  • 13. based on location• Raotels:• Hotels on wheels• Palace of wheels• Used by a small group of travelers
  • 14. based on target market
  • 15. Based on target market• Commercial Hotels:• Typically designed on European plan• Cater business men• Situated in busy commercial areas• Oberoi towers Mumbai
  • 16. Based on target market• Convention hotel• Have a large convention complex• Cater people attending convention, conference etcLe meridian Hotel Cochin
  • 17. Based on target market• Suit hotels:• Offer room with compact kitchen• Cater to people relocating act as a home away from home• Suitable for executives during a longer business stay• Hotel Oberoi Amarvilas Agra
  • 18. Based on target market• B&B Hotels:• A European concept• Range from houses with a few rooms with overnight facilities• Owner lives on the premises and servers breakfast to guest• Found in Naini tal and Agra etc.
  • 19. Based on target market• Extended Stay Hotels:• Similar to suit hotels• Offer kitchen amenities in the room• For travelers who intend to stay 5 days or longer• Require reduced hotels services
  • 20. Based on target market• Casino Hotels:• Hotels with predominantly gambling facilities• Rooms and F&B may be quite luxuries Casino De Riviera, Goa
  • 21. Based on target market• Timeshares:• Referred to as vacation interval hotels• Individuals purchase the ownership of accommodation for a specific period• Have multiple owners• Club Mahindra Resort Goa
  • 22. Based on target market• Condominiums:• Similar to timeshares• Difference lies in the type of ownership• Have single owner for a limited amount of time• Owner informs the management that when he or she wants to occupy the unit
  • 23. Based on target market• Service Apartments:• Corporate lodgings• Designed for guests wishing to stay for longer periods of time (6 months or longer)• Business executives• Provides furnished apartments Halcyon hotels
  • 24. based on size of property
  • 25. Based on size of property• Small hotels: 25 rooms and less• Medium size hotels: 25- 100 rooms• Large hotels: 101-300 rooms• Very large hotel: more than 300 rooms• Mega hotels: more than 1000 rooms• Chain hotels: groups that have hotels in number of locations
  • 26. based on level of service
  • 27. Based of level of services• Economy Hotels• Budget hotels• Focus on meeting the basic needs of guests• Provides clean, comfortable and inexpensive rooms
  • 28. Based of level of services• Mid Scale Hotels:• Mid market hotels• Offering mid market services• Largest segment of the travelling public• Staff level is moderate
  • 29. Based of level of services• Luxury Hotels:• Offer world class services• Provides upscale restaurants & lounges, exquisite décor, concierge services, opulent meeting rooms and dining facilities.• Bath linen is replaced twice daily• Guest rooms contains furnishing, décor and artwork• Hyatt Delhi
  • 30. based on theme
  • 31. Based on theme• Heritage hotels:• Among tourisms recent gains in India• Serves in traditional cuisine• Allows a glimpse into the heritage of the regions• Covers hotels in residences, havelies, hunting lodges, castles, forts and palaces• Includes : heritage, heritage classic and heritage grand• Heritage hotel Khaas Baagh, Jodhpur
  • 32. Based on theme• Ecotels:• Environment friendly hotels• Boutique Hotels:• Provides exceptional accommodation• Furnished in a themed and stylish manner• Cater to corporate traveler who place high importance privacy, luxury and service delivery
  • 33. Based on theme• SPA:• Any place with a medicinal or mineral spring• Tub for relaxation• Resort hotels providing therapeutic baths and massages along with features of luxury hotels• Medical spa operates under onsite supervision of licensed health care professional Wildflower Hall Spa, Shimla