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Bec business hotels

  1. 1. Cambridge Business English Certificate LOGO Unit 10a Business Hotel
  2. 2. Hotel facilities
  3. 3. reception
  4. 4. lounge lobby
  5. 5. conference room standard room
  6. 6. sauna / SPA health club / swimming pool
  7. 7. fitness centre bar
  8. 8. business centre resturant / cafe
  9. 9. Hotel services
  10. 10. communication facilities Express room check-in service WIFI, fax, etc. Secretarial laundry & shuttle bus services currency dry cleaning /courtesy bus exchange video conferencing
  11. 11. Reading 1
  12. 12. Business Expressions ● express check-in: quick register in a hotel. ● lounge: n. an open space in a hotel for sitting and leisure activities ; lobby ● health club: a room for members who pay a fee to use its health and fitness facilities and equipment; fitness centre ● well-equipped: adj. fully constructed ● efficient: adj. productive ● buffet: n. a meal set out on a buffet or table for ready access and informal service ● single suppliment: a double room fee have to be paid, even if there’s one person who take the standard room. ● brunch: breakfast + lunch
  13. 13. Reading 1 Marco is the Managing Director of a large Italian company. He has a meeting with an important supplier in London. His wife is coming to Maurice is an advertising London with him. executive attending an international advertising conference in London. He wants to stay for just one night. He needs to e-mail a report back to his Linda has an interview on company before he leaves Friday for a job as a PA in London. London. She wants to stay for the weekend and do some shopping while she is in the city.
  14. 14. Hotels Centrally located, the elegant Royal London is in Mayfair, near shops, parks, theatres and other attractions. The hotel has express check-in, 204 standard rooms and 42 work rooms with desks and communication facilities. The hotel also has a large lounge, health club and well- equipped fitness centre. Standard double room ₤265 per night
  15. 15. Hotels In the heart of theatreland, close to Covent Garden and only metres from Charing Cross, St Steven’s is the ideal place for a London break. The hotel offers comfortable, well-equipped rooms and an efficient and friendly service. There is a restaurant, bar and free swimming pool access. The price includes a buffet breakfast. Price per person per night ₤56 Midweek single supplement ₤56
  16. 16. Hotels A quiet hotel a short walk from Oxford Street and West End theatres, the Hyde Park Gardens has the famous Maritime Restaurant, an informal dining room and a full fitness centre. It also offers a large buffet breakfast, afternoon tea in the lobby and a Sunday Jazz Brunch. Price per person per night ₤97 Midweek single supplement ₤97
  17. 17. Listening 1
  18. 18. Listening 1
  19. 19. Listening 1 1 Many guests like to eat in their rooms A so they can watch TV while they eat. B because it is cheaper than the restaurant. C so they can do more work. 2 Good lighting means A low lighting so guests can relax. B bright desk lighting so guests can work. C bright lighting for the whole room.
  20. 20. Listening 1 3 The business centre at the hotel A is a self-serve facility for copying and faxing. B organises the food during a conference. C recruits temporary secretaries during conference. 4 The hotel provides A a free taxi service to the centre of London. B a cheap bus service to the centre of London. C a free bus service to the centre of London.
  21. 21. Listening 1 5 Corporate guests A do not usually exercise during their stay. B like to go swimming during their stay. C like to use the fitness room during their stay.
  22. 22. Listening 1 1 Many guests like to eat in their rooms A so they can watch TV while they eat. B because it is cheaper than the restaurant. C so they can do more work. 2 Good lighting means A low lighting so guests can relax. B bright desk lighting so guests can work. C bright lighting for the whole room.
  23. 23. Listening 1 3 The business centre at the hotel A is a self-serve facility for copying and faxing. B organises the food during a conference. C recruits temporary secretaries during conference. 4 The hotel provides A a free taxi service to the centre of London. B a cheap bus service to the centre of London. C a free bus service to the centre of London.
  24. 24. Listening 1 5 Corporate guests A do not usually exercise during their stay. B like to go swimming during their stay. C like to use the fitness room during their stay.
  25. 25. Listening 2 Bus 20 seven Leaves every (1)______ minutes between (2)______ and 40 nine in the morning. After that every (3)______ minutes. 15 Takes: (4)______ mins to Tower Hill Underground Station. Costs: (5)______ free River taxi 30 Leaves every (6)______ mins during the rush hour. After that, runs to a timetable. 15 Takes: (7)______ minutes. Costs: (8)______ each way. ₤1.80
  26. 26. Listening 1 3 The business centre at the hotel A is a self-serve facility for copying and faxing. B organises the food during a conference. C recruits temporary secretaries during conference. 4 The hotel provides A a free taxi service to the centre of London. B a cheap bus service to the centre of London. C a free bus service to the centre of London.
  27. 27. Self-study comfortable quiet informal room hotel elegant well- centrally- equipped located Complete the diagrams with adjectives form the advertisements on page 65.
  28. 28. LOGO Thank You!

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