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‡ Establishments that charge fees for


providing furnished sleeping
accommodations to persons who are
temporarily away from home.
‡ They provide food, beverages,
cleaning services and a range of
services normally association with
travel.
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‡ Accommodation
‡ Décor
‡ Rates
‡ Target Clientele
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‡ The term  Ô was used traditionally to identify a lodging
facility of 2 stories or more that provides sleeping
accommodations and other services for its guests.
‡ Offers housekeeping services and luggage carrying assistance
as well as food, beverages, telephone and others.
‡ Difference from a motel: 
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‡ Traditionally described as a special variety of lodging
establishment that caters to travelers with automobiles and
provides self-service parking on premises.
‡ The original motels built in the 1950¶s were single story
properties providing basic sleeping accommodations to
overnight travelers.
‡ MOTOR LODGE is another name for motel.
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‡ Mostly without baths, provides a bed and shelter for
travelers.

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‡ One story building spread over a large area,
containing a central office and connecting rooms on
one or both sides of it. It is the 1st one to be called a
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‡ Detached frame cottages, clustered or spread over a
sizable tract of land, with heated bedrooms and
private baths.
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‡ A hotel designed to accommodate temporary guests -
- people who have need of temporary sleeping
accommodations for one or more nights.
‡ Example: Manila Hotel, Astoria Plaza Hotel, Mandarin
Hotel, Heritage Hotel etc.
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‡ A hotel offering traditional hotel services to people
who chose to live permanently in hotels
‡ Provide accommodations for long-term guests
‡ Example: Heritage Hotel (Copacabana Residential
Hotel), Fernandina Suites 88, Crown Plaza Hotel, etc.
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‡ Refers to a very specialized type of hotel that focuses on
conventions as the primary sources of business
‡ CONVENTION ± a gathering of people sharing some
business, professional, social or a vocational interest.
‡ Example: Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Manila Hotel, Bacolod
International Convention Hotel etc.
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‡ Refers to hotels located near the airport
‡ For the use of delayed flight passengers
‡ Example: Phil. Village Hotel, Waterfront, Hotel
Intercontinental, etc.

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‡ Commonly used to describe lodging establishments that
feature recreational activities for their guests.
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‡ A term that identifies a furnished housing unit with
kitchen area, living room area, sleeping area & bath.
‡ Distinguished from other types of establishments by
their ownership characteristics: each unit is
independently owned.
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‡ A boarding house that does not provide meals, the
weekly or monthly rate is for the lodging alone.
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‡ An apartment house with full hotel services.
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‡ Caters mainly to motorists
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and activities in the quoted rate, which may also include
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‡ A condominium located in a resort area or on a resort
property. It differs from a regular guestroom because it has a
kitchen and living room facilities as well as sleeping
accommodations.
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‡ A simple motel located in resort areas, many of them offer
hotel services and most of them have limited recreational
facilities.
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horseback riding and related activities.
‡ Fewer than 300 rooms, very informal
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‡ Sometimes called the Bermuda Plan, includes
breakfast with the room rate
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‡ Accommodation consisting of 2 or more rooms; 1 is a living room,
the other is a bedroom with bathroom.
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‡ A more luxurious & spacious room with amenities of superior
quality sold at a much higher price than standard room.

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‡ A more luxurious & spacious room with amenities of superior
quality.
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‡ Room sold at moderate rate equipped with standard facilities and
amenities like air-conditioned unit, toiletries, television, bed, night
table, etc.
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facilities like air-conditioned unit, television and other amenities.
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‡ Hotels located in the city (urban)
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‡ Hotels located in the rural area
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‡ An establishment that provide food, rooms and
entertainment to both the travelers and residents of
the local community.
‡ This term was used to describe any one of the 3
different types of hospitality enterprises:
‡ A small, typically rural lodging establishment that may
or may not serve food.
‡ A larger property or one that may have once been
known as a hotel ± that wishes to convey an image of
smallness and care for its customers
‡ A restaurant or bar that has no sleeping
accommodations available.
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‡ Terms that evolved to describe private homes in which
the owners rented space bedrooms to transient guests
‡ No meals were served
‡ Has been replaced by bed and breakfast establishments
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‡ It does not normally run as a business venture, they were
more often sources of extra income
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‡ Some travelers prefer to stay here because they are
smaller, more intimate and less expensive than hotels
and motels because the proprietors offer a degree of
hospitality which is seldom equaled in commercial
properties.
‡ A full breakfast is included in the rate.
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‡ A very inexpensive lodging establishment that typically caters
to younger transient customers
‡ Provides little or no service at all
‡ May offer very little privacy
‡ Some provide a community kitchen in which the guests may
prepare their own meals.
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‡ Provide sleeping accommodations and many of the same
services provided by hotels ± including housekeeping, room
service, telephone, televisions and pharmacy
‡ The difference is in the clientele; hospital guests are known as
patients
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‡ A term used to refer to a specialized property; that is, one that
caters to business travelers such as executives and sales
personnel in need of transient lodging.
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‡ A term commonly used in lodging operations to describe
an accommodation consisting of 2 or more rooms, one of
which is a living room plus one or more than one
bedrooms and bathroom and some kitchen facility.
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‡ Used to describe a property that caters to those who
intend to stay longer than typical transient guests who
seek accommodations other than the traditional hotel
accommodations of bedroom and bath.
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‡ It is a facility designed especially to accommodate
meeting and conference.
‡ Typically accepts only group business
‡ Usually located in suburban and rural areas that are free
from distraction.
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‡ A term used to refer to transient hotel that have house gaming
casinos.
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‡ A general term given to lodging establishments that focus on
providing some form of beneficial, health-related services.
‡ Typically does not accept guest other than those seeking the
health-related services they specialized in.
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‡ A residential facility that provides lodging and meals for guest
who normally consider the facility their home, whether
temporary or permanently.
‡ Housekeeping services are limited.
‡ Food service is typically 2-3x a day.
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‡ Traditionally used to describe a lodging
establishment associated with a particular type of
outdoor activity such as ski lodge or hunting lodge.
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‡ Used to refer to a lodging facility affiliated with
some educational or other institutions that provides
sleeping accommodations.
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‡ A residential facility that provides lodging or/and
foodservices for people requiring nursing or related
care.
‡ Some specialize in the care of terminally ill children.
‡ Others, called    deal with terminally ill
patients.
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‡ Department with direct contact with
the guests.
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‡ Department without direct contact
with the guests.
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  ± operations and services found in all
lodging facilities.
‡ Front Office
‡ Housekeeping
‡ Telephone
‡ Security

  ± operations and services not necessarily
available in lodging establishments.
‡ Front service
‡ Food & beverage services
‡ Recreation and entertainment
‡ Parking
‡ Other personal services