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accommodation available will
both...
According to Medik and Ingram(2000)

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>>> facilities
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>>> price
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PAN PACIFIC SUITES

PAN PACIFIC SINGAPORE

PAN PACIFIC ORCHARD
MARINA MANDARIN

MANDARIN ORIENTAL
BURJ-AL-ARAB
EMIRATES PALACE HOTEL
>> 5 kg of pure edible gold is used per year for
decoration mainly on desserts.
>> 8 escalators and 102 elevators, with a
...
2. Guest houses, bed and
breakfasts, farmhouse
accommodation, inns
•

Common characteristics will include
offering accommo...
Maine B&B

WITCOMB FARMHOUSE
3. Campus
accommodation
>>> Includes facilities that are used both
within and outside the tourism sector
>>> T
rend is tow...
Dublin City
University
4. Self-catering
accommodation
>>> accommodation with
additional recreational areas
and
the facility to prepare food on a
...
5. T
ime-share
A form of period-constrained
self-catering, holidayhom
e
ownership, which provides
additional benefits to
o...
WORLDMARK RESORTS
6. Youth
Accommodation
>>> Young M
en’s Christian
Association (YM
CA)
>>>Young W
omen’s Christian
Association (YW
CA)
>>>H...
7. Camping and
Caravan Sites
>>> In the form of tents,
caravans or trailers
>>> Restricted in terms of
space and privacy
8. M
edical F
acility
Accommodation
>>> Not normally seen as part
of the tourism industry
>>> H
ybrid of a luxury hotel an...
HOLIDAY INN AMARILLO WEST
MEDICAL CENTER
9. Cruise L
iners
and F
erries
>>> Designed to offer comfort,
facilities and service comparable
to that of equivalent reso...
10. T
rains and
Aircraft
>>> H the natural constraints of
as
space.
11. Visiting
F
riends and
Relatives
>>> Commercial accommodation
providers are utilized, although
the pay ent will be m by...
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Lodging and accommodation part 1

  1. 1. ING DG O nd L ION a DAT MO 1 OM art CC P A D Y RP P E ARE B : . a' M am L
  2. 2. ACCOM ODAT ION AND T E H T OURISM P RODUCT
  3. 3. Accommodation seeks to serve visitors other than day -trippers. T qualityand range of he accommodation available will both reflect and influence the range of visitors to a location. Accommodation plays an important role in the overall econom contribution in tourism ic .
  4. 4. According to Medik and Ingram(2000) “H otel plays an important role in most countries in providing faciities for the transaction of business, for m eetings and conferences, for recreation and entertainm ent... in many areas hotels are important attraction for visitors who bring them spending power and who tend to spend at a higher rate than they do when they are at home”
  5. 5. T Accommodation product he comprises: >>> location >>> facilities >>> service >>> image >>> price
  6. 6. DE INING T E F H ACCOM ODAT M ION SE OR CT
  7. 7. 1. H otel • T most significant and he visible sub-sector •P rovides the greatest total em m in global ploy ent terms & accounts for the highest level of receipts
  8. 8. 3M ajor Operating M odels 1. H otel companies may own and operate the hotels that are m arketed under their nam or they may have e a part equity stake in the property. 2. T hotel may be owned and he operated bya franchise partner. 3. T hotel company may m he anage the propertyon behalf of an owner
  9. 9. PAN PACIFIC SUITES PAN PACIFIC SINGAPORE PAN PACIFIC ORCHARD
  10. 10. MARINA MANDARIN MANDARIN ORIENTAL
  11. 11. BURJ-AL-ARAB
  12. 12. EMIRATES PALACE HOTEL
  13. 13. >> 5 kg of pure edible gold is used per year for decoration mainly on desserts. >> 8 escalators and 102 elevators, with a maximum capacity up to 55 persons per elevator. >> Marble imported from 13 countries across the world. >> 12 external fountains and 8 indoor water features. >> 1002 chandeliers, the largest weighing 2.5 tonnes. >> 8000 trees set in landscaped gardens. >> 2 wall display carpets, handmade in Thailand weighing 1 tonne each. Emirates Palace offers the world’s most expensive one million dollar tailor made suite holiday.
  14. 14. 2. Guest houses, bed and breakfasts, farmhouse accommodation, inns • Common characteristics will include offering accommodation plus some food and beverage in a small, fam -sty ily le environm ent. • F armhouse accommodation is a central component in the growing international agri-tourismm ovem ent.
  15. 15. Maine B&B WITCOMB FARMHOUSE
  16. 16. 3. Campus accommodation >>> Includes facilities that are used both within and outside the tourism sector >>> T rend is towards upgrading facilities >>> M campus accommodation is used ost on a semi-permanent basis by students
  17. 17. Dublin City University
  18. 18. 4. Self-catering accommodation >>> accommodation with additional recreational areas and the facility to prepare food on a personal basis >>> frequently adapted from
  19. 19. 5. T ime-share A form of period-constrained self-catering, holidayhom e ownership, which provides additional benefits to owners in the form of possible access to similar properties in resorts throughout the world through exchange consortia.
  20. 20. WORLDMARK RESORTS
  21. 21. 6. Youth Accommodation >>> Young M en’s Christian Association (YM CA) >>>Young W omen’s Christian Association (YW CA) >>>H ave moved from offering simple, frequently dormitorystyle accommodation to providing greater comfort
  22. 22. 7. Camping and Caravan Sites >>> In the form of tents, caravans or trailers >>> Restricted in terms of space and privacy
  23. 23. 8. M edical F acility Accommodation >>> Not normally seen as part of the tourism industry >>> H ybrid of a luxury hotel and a nursing home >>> Integrated medical treatment and hotel accommodation
  24. 24. HOLIDAY INN AMARILLO WEST MEDICAL CENTER
  25. 25. 9. Cruise L iners and F erries >>> Designed to offer comfort, facilities and service comparable to that of equivalent resort hotels. >>> ideal for long-distance passenger liners
  26. 26. 10. T rains and Aircraft >>> H the natural constraints of as space.
  27. 27. 11. Visiting F riends and Relatives >>> Commercial accommodation providers are utilized, although the pay ent will be m bythe m ade host fam rather than the visitors ily >>> economic contribution to a community or region may be limited.
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