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EXTENSIVE HOTEL

The expensive hotel is also called the 3-star hotel according the
European classification. These are well-appointed and very comfortable hotels. more
spacious accommodation is offered to the guests. According to the standards two thirds of bedrooms contain pri-
vate bathroom or shower with lavatory. All rooms are fitted with telephone, radio and TV-set. Many
expensive hotels offer private parking. In many expensive hotels
dogs and other pets are admitted.In resort or beach hotels in hot countries bedrooms are fitted with
air-conditioning which is great advantage. Often bedrooms resort
or h hotels are not fitted with TV-sets. Wake-up calls, room service, hair-dryers, porterage are offered. Fuller meal facilities are provided for the guests. All expensive
hotels have got restaurant and bar. Meals are provided on half
board basis. Hot tea in the morning and hot evening meals are always
offered the expensive hotels. The expensive hotels usually have rather good location. Good
transportation is also available.

SUPERDELUXE HOTEL

The superdeluxe hotel is usually called the luxury hotel. Such ho-
tels are also known under the name of the 5-star hotels. These are exceptionally luxurious hotels. Extremely comfortable
and luxurious guestrooms are offered to the guests. Perfectly ap-
Itointed public rooms are provided for the needs of the guests:
lounges, banquet halls, conference rooms. The superdeluxe hotels offer the greatest convenience, the best
comfort and the widest service to their guests. All guestrooms include private bathrooms. All guestrooms are fit-
ted with up-to-date equipment and amenities: room telepho-
ne, colour TV-sets, home videos, background music, mini-bars,
full-length mirrors, excellent furniture. variety of recreational facilities is provided for the guests:
swimming-pools, health clubs and fitting centres, saunas, solariums,
beauty parlours. Where gambling is allowed, the superdeluxe hotels
contain casinos and night clubs. The superdeluxe hotels provide -night lounge service and
all-night room service. Private parking lots are provided for the
guests. variety of restaurants and bars cater for the needs of all kinds of
visitors. They are open for breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner, linner
and supper. The superdeluxe hotels have got very high proportion of em-
ployee
to guests and guestrooms. It means that large number of
people are employed to serve the guests. The proportion may be
three employees to one guestroom. The employees are perfectly
trained to meet the high standards of service. The superdeluxe hotels are built and designed to provide service
for wealthy and important guests. Such hotels are located in fashion able neighbourhoods with the best views and convenient connection. Limousine service is available, too.

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Cash is commonplace and simple method of payment. It's easy to use customers don't need any special knowledge to pay in cash. During a trip according to the law you will be obliged to change your money for the local currency.The exchange rate is the value, of the money of one country compared t that of another.In tourism and hospitality it's convenient to p in cash when you owe small amounts. Cash is fine when you leave tips to porters and waiters, pay for taxis or buy gifts.Travellers are not recommended to have lot of cash on them, because they can steal. Other means of payment is TRAVELLER'S CHEQUES traveller's cheque is bank draft for personal use. It is signed by the purchaser at the time of purchase from
the national bank. Traveller's cheques are issued in major hard currencies.
The cheques bear the name
of the issuing company, .g. Thomas Cook Traveller's Cheques. Traveller's cheques are cheques which person can change for
foreign local cash money at an overseas bank when he travels
abroad. commission of 1 or 2 per cent will be charged on travel-
ler's cheques by the bank for the transaction. Traveller's cheques are very convenient as method of payment
tourism. They are used to pay bills hotels, restaurants and
shops.



They don't have any expiry date. Once they are bought, they are
valid for an unlimited period of time.

person can take them along
any time he travels overseas. As traveller's cheques different denominations -
ll 20, 50 and 100 the customer can change small or large
amounts according to his needs.

Airport formalities Passengers are requested to arrive at the airport 2 hours before departure time. They must register their tickets, weigh in and register the luggage. Most airports have at least 2 classes of travel, first class and economy class, which is cheaper. Each passenger of more than 2 years of age has free luggage allowance. Generally this limit is 20 kg for economy class passengers and 30 kg for first class passengers, excess luggage must be paid for except for some articles that can be carried free of charge. The rules for passengers who are going abroad are similar in most countries but sometimes there might be a slight difference in formalities. If for instance, you are supposed to begin with going through the Customs, youd better fill in the customs declaration before you talk to the customs officer. He may ask any passenger routine questions about declare the things, spirits, tobacco, presents. Then you go to the check-in-counter where your ticket is looked at, your things are weighed and labelled. The next formality is filling in the immigration form and going through passport control. The form has to be filled in block letters. You write your name, nationality, permanent address and the purpose of your trip. In most countries there is also a security check when your carry-luggage is inspected. This is an anti-hijacking measure, and anything that might be dangerous or disturbing to other passengers must be handed to one of the crew and only returned to the owner after the plane has reached its destination. After fulfilling all these formalities you go to the departure lounge where you can have a snack, read a paper buy something in the duty-free shop and wait for the announcement to board the plane. Some of these formalities are repeated when you arrive at your destination. The customer declaration and the immigration form are often filled in on board the plane. At the airport you may be met by a specially trained dog to make sure that you are not carrying drugs, and the immigration officer might want to know on whose invitation you are coming and whether you have a return ticket. There is one inconvenience you have to be prepared for when you are traveling long distances by plane. Its a difference between the time you are accustomed to and the new time. At first you wont be feeling very well because of it, but dont worry it wont take you long to get used to it.

 

 


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