Chapter 2                                  Resort History                         World of Resorts: From Development to Ma...
Competencies for                                 Resort History     1. Describe the origins and development of European an...
Four Precepts for a Pre-Meiji                             Resort Villa     1. A resort villa should be a place removed fro...
Stages/Scenarios of the Destination                      Life Cycle                                •   Discovery/Explorati...
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Chapter 2

  1. 1. Chapter 2 Resort History World of Resorts: From Development to Management Third Edition (424TXT or 424CIN)© 2010, Educational Institute
  2. 2. Competencies for Resort History 1. Describe the origins and development of European and Asian resorts. 2. Outline the history, development, and influence of American resorts. 3. Describe resort developments in the twentieth century. 4. Summarize lessons from resort history.© 2010, Educational Institute 2
  3. 3. Four Precepts for a Pre-Meiji Resort Villa 1. A resort villa should be a place removed from one’s place of daily living, equipped to carry on one’s work to pursue cultural or intellectual activities, and suitable as a family retreat or for entertaining important guests. 2. A resort is a place for toji treatment, health restoration, and recreation built around a hot spring. 3. A villa in a one-off location should serve an important secondary function as a place of refuge and a safe haven. 4. A resort villa should serve as a place for private study and mediation or as a gathering place for guests of like minds in intellectual pursuits.© 2010, Educational Institute 3
  4. 4. Stages/Scenarios of the Destination Life Cycle • Discovery/Exploration • Involvement • Development • Consolidation • Stagnation • Decline • Rejuvenation© 2010, Educational Institute 4

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