There are many hotels that have been established in each and every country regardless of the economic conditions of the country. When you are choosing a property you will need to remember that hotel classifications have many factors that needs to be considered such as facilities, services, location, size, hotel brand and ownership. This guide will give you more knowledge about the classifications of the hotel accommodation in Marcoola beach properties.
Number of rooms
There are different hotels with different numbers of rooms such as under two hundred and more than seven hundred rooms available. You will also find hotels that have about two hundred to four hundred and four hundred to seven hundred rooms. The target markets can be segmented and are as below:
- Business hotel – this is the largest type of hotels, which caters to business travellers mostly and is located in commercial business areas and in downtown areas. As they only serve for business travellers it offers amenities such as newspaper, coffee, facility to take local telephone calls and breakfast served to the room.
- Airport hotels – These properties target business, airline staff that need to stay for a layover or for passengers whose flight is cancelled. Free transportation is usually provided for these hotels. The hotel charges are based on per hour instead of per night charges.
- Suite hotels – These properties are not becoming very famous in the hotel industry. Businessman, accountants, lawyers and executives travelling are attracted by these properties as the room allows for entertaining and working in the space to happen.
- Resort hotels – These hotels are located in exotic locations and mountains, which are away from the cities. Recreational activities include swimming; golf, tennis, water sports and which are perfect families and couples accommodation in Sunshine coast.
- Conference and convention properties – These properties are perfect for those who are attending conferences and meetings. Facilities such as audio visual equipment, video conference facilities, seating arrangements which are flexible and flipcharts for the meeting and conferences. These properties are located in metropolitan regions that also can offer facilities such as tennis, golf, pools, spas and fitness centres.
Hotels are owned in two classifications:
Independent properties – These properties only have one owner, which has not other affiliation with other properties. There are hotels that are owned by families and therefore do not have corporate policies.
Chain properties –these hotels have an ownership, which required the properties to be up to a certain standard, policies, rules and regulations. This is more of a centralised organisation.
So when searching for a property for yourself, then these above points should be considered before making the final purchasing decision.