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    Different types of room in Hotels Different types of room in Hotels Presentation Transcript

    • Facilitator:Shefali Narang
    •  The sale of rooms contributes approximately50% or more to the total hotel revenue. A room ‘sale’ occurs when a room is leased foroccupation for 24 hours, at a predetermined cost.
    • A room not sold on a particularday loses its opportunity to earnrevenue for that day.
    • It means: Comfort Security Privacy Convenience Cleanliness and Hygiene A “Home Away from Home”
    • A room which has single bed facility.
    • A room which has double bed facility.
    • A room which has two single bed separated bya centre table.
    • Two rooms which shares a common door, mostlyused by families.
    • Two rooms which share acommon wall, mostlypreferred by groups.
    • A room which has two single bed but shares acommon head board.
    • A room which is been spread on two floorsconnected by an internal staircase.
    • A room which is near a water body or besideswimming pool.
    • A room with a sofa-cum-bed facility.
    • A room which is used for sitting and cannot beused for sleeping purpose.
    • A room which oversees a scenic beauty e.g.Garden, landscape or water fall.
    • A room with a kitchen facility.
    • A room where hotel staff would entertain theirguests.
    • A room comprises of two or more bedroom, aliving room and a dining area.