Jackwinder Singh Uppal
ACTIVITIES AND RECREATION
 The favorable climate and wide range of
  recreational activities.
 Resort activities are gen...
AMENITIES
   The number and range of amenities.
   Located in the guest room and the
    bathroom.
   Generally upgrade...
SERVICES
 Recreational and cultural activities .
 More concierges working and for longer
  hours.
 Cover a wide range o...
SEASONALLY
 Seasonally defines resort operations.
 High season.
 Off season.
 Shoulder seasons ~ transition months.
GROUP AND LEISURE MARKETS
 Main markets.
 More resorts in more destinations,
  accessible by all means of
  transportati...
MEMORABLE EXPERIENCES
 To provide "Memorable Experiences" for
  each and every resort guest.
 many shapes and forms depe...
Types of resorts
 Mountain resort           Casino resort,
 Island resort, such as    Harbor resort,
  Fiji.          ...
Two specific but similar places
   Towns                 Vacation Centers
   Usually not run by    Usually run by a si...
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Characteristicsofresorts

  1. 1. Jackwinder Singh Uppal
  2. 2. ACTIVITIES AND RECREATION  The favorable climate and wide range of recreational activities.  Resort activities are generally outdoor.  Following is a list of recreational activities that can be expected at a world class resort: Golf, spa, beach, cultural tours, skiing, tennis, water, hiking, nature tours
  3. 3. AMENITIES  The number and range of amenities.  Located in the guest room and the bathroom.  Generally upgraded brands or resort brands.  Logos are a mainstay for amenities.  All these amenities and upgrades are provided at no cost.  larger sizes, name brands, and a wide range of amenities.
  4. 4. SERVICES  Recreational and cultural activities .  More concierges working and for longer hours.  Cover a wide range of requests.  Turndown service.
  5. 5. SEASONALLY  Seasonally defines resort operations.  High season.  Off season.  Shoulder seasons ~ transition months.
  6. 6. GROUP AND LEISURE MARKETS  Main markets.  More resorts in more destinations, accessible by all means of transportation, and providing a broad range of activities.  Exclusive nature.  Meeting space.  Group business is between 50-80% of a typical resorts operations.
  7. 7. MEMORABLE EXPERIENCES  To provide "Memorable Experiences" for each and every resort guest.  many shapes and forms depending on the guest.  The willing attitude.  Being creative in responding to guest needs or complaints.  Exceeding guest expectations.
  8. 8. Types of resorts  Mountain resort  Casino resort,  Island resort, such as  Harbor resort, Fiji.  Valley resort,  Beach resort,  Nature resort,  Golf resort,  Forest resort,  Luxury Resort,  Chain resorts,  Mega resort,  Historical resort,  Seaside resort,  All inclusive resort,  Spa resort,  Island resort,  Ski resort,  Lake resort,  Health resort,  Pet-friendly resort,  Theme park resort,  Tropical resort.
  9. 9. Two specific but similar places  Towns  Vacation Centers  Usually not run by  Usually run by a single single company company  Goa  Provide for all or most of  Las Vegas, Nevada a vacationer’s wants  Aspen while staying there.  Walt Disney World  Colorado Resort

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