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HIGH SEASON

English for the Hotel and Tourist Industry

OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS


High Season

English for the Hotel and Tourist Industry

Keith Harding & Paul Henderson

Oxford University Press


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The authors would like eq thank [heir fa.militsand fritnds. and thai colleagues and itudems ii Si Giles College.

Tin1 publisher and authors would also liiu: to thank the following for

their kind permission to use articles, extracts, or adaptations from

copyright material:

Cosmosair pic, Bromley

Thomson Tour Operation Lrd: London

Honk and kesfaunmes of Britain 1 V'JI and 1995,1'roduct

C^ummunicalions Ltd The CopthomcTsra Hotel. London Tail Story', Caterer and Hotelhepsr, G February 1992, Reed

BiMnESS Publishing Trusthouse Forte pic, London

Tk BttiinnsofHntth, S. Medlik, Hutterworth-Heincmann Ltd 1989 LodgLstix UK Ltd, Croydon Forte Crest Hotel, Gloucester Royal York Hotel, York Thamm Cook Traveller's London m$hy Kaihy Arnold,

AA Pubh sh ing 'There's a fly in my software' ©George Cole/Tile Times Newspapers

Ltd, February 1992 American Express Europe Ltd Grosvenor House Hotel, London Abcla Hotel. Monaco Shearings Ltd.Wigan The Business ofTatmsm.]. Christopher Holloway, Pitman

Publishing '|W Evan Evans Tours, London

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Illustrations by:

Ken Bindc-r/Satchdl Illustrators page68

Paul Collicutt page 83

Madeleine David page 34

Michael Hill page 96

MikeOgdtrn pages 54, 121

Oxtord Illustrators page 21

Sharon Pallcnt/M.iggif MunJy Illustrators' Agency pages tSi l$i 3?

Sruarr ilobertson/Sharp I'rACUcc page 11 ll

Colin Salmon pagcW, l$6] I 10, 11 I, 1 1.1



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Darrcll Warner page SI

David Williams pages 43, m

Location Photography by: Cmiiy Andei5on page.l 2? Philip l),,nn pages31,36.12, SO, & M, ™, ?4 -7. if, 1(1(1, ffi

We would 1 ike I o I hailk die following for rheir pemiLssion to reproduce photographs: The Abela Hotel, Monaco page 114 BugsgnngandAssociatesp^gc !3fl Colorifit; page20 (Michael Vamashita-llialttidiib) TheCopthornt fara Hotel pages 24.26 (man in wheelchairx 2) James Davis pages 10 (manor house), 89 (boat and horseriding), 92

(houses at dusk), 131

Htiropean TourOpemrors Associiiiiuri page 101) Life File pages 10 (Eddy Tan - Spanish horel), 20 (Lionel Mtiss-

hotell.S'J (Tim Fishet -museum), 94 (Emma Lee), 135 (Jerry

Hoarc- Lyric Theatre), 136 (Emma Lee,) The Grosvenor Huusc Hotel page 111 Robert Harding page 20 (gym), (Tuny Gcrvis- golf), 91 (Greek

Dancers), [Fcter Ryan - Samarian Gorge), 135 (Windsor Castle) Arthie Miles page2fi (games roorri) Producr Communications page 28 The Royal York livid paEe S& Mirgarer Sesnan page 103 Southern Stock I'hotoAgenc)' page 92 (Jim Schwabd-dl photos of

Charleston except for houses at dusk.) Tony Srone Worldwide page 10 (holiday vil!aM2 (John Warden). 53

(Vk Thomasson - (women U uble). S6 (Rofain Smith). 91 (Marcus

Brooke- Knossos), 97 (Manfred Mehltg — Omierbuij-1, 124 (Alan

Mtnlli). 13? (Joe Cornish- House*oiPailoiaaitj. I3"«jcrrard

Louce —siudenrs; cycling). 139 The Telegraph Colotir Library page 22 Thomsons pages ll. IS Travel Ink Pluirr.i [ ihrary page 2" The Travel Library page 11 S i Philip Emkkmpi I Rl V pages 26 (Helene Rogers - counrjrbuji. ^3 I Hclene Rogers -

gift shop), (Vicky Pimm-fctcrauH^J. 62 (L j. H.*ll). 97 (Roger

Cracknell - Leeds CasricM 05 (HWtnc Rogers)

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Contents

page

1 Types of accommodation 10

2 Hotel facilities 20

3 Staffing and internal organization 31

4 Reservations and check-in 42

5 Hotel and restaurant services 53

6 Money matters 64

7 Dealing with complaints

8 Off-site services 89

9 The business traveller 100

 

10 Conferences 109

11 Tour operation—planning

12 Tour operation—execution
Pair/Group A instructions 143
Pair/Group B instructions 147
TapescripG 151
Wordlist 172


Unit Contents Chart


Topic


Listening


Speaking


Reading


 

Types of accommodation p. 10 Guests' preferences Information about Yosemite Dealing with enquiries about accommodation Where to stay in Yosemite Park Brochure descriptions
Hotel facilities p. 20 At the Horeliers' Conference Room descriptions Describing rooms A room at the Copthorne Tara 'Tall Story'
Staffing and internal organization p. 31 Hotel staff hierarchy The job of a concierge Running a small herd A family hotel in the Dordogne A job application
Reservations and check-in p. 42 Telephone reservations Check-in procedure Reservations procedure Checking in Reservations and Front Office computer systems A£uc reservation
Hotel and restaurant services p. 53 Ordering a meal Calling Reception In che resKurant Menus Hotel notices and information sheets
Money matters p. 64 Three financial transactions Changes in tates Checking out A bill from the Royal YorkHoiel A memo to staff

Writing


Language study Word study


Activities


 


Describing a horel for a Giving opinions Accommodation

brochure

Expressing likes and dislikes Hotel features


Choosing a hotel

Describing beach resort hotels


 


An informal letter recommending hotels


Describing past ri me Making comparisons


Guidebook symbols Special facilities


Comparing hotels

Prioritizing alteration work on a hotel


 


A letter of application Obligation


Adjectives and nouns describing personality


Appointing a concierge

Careers in housekeeping and maintenance


 


Confirming a reservation Pronunciation of letters by fax

Short answers

Tag questions


Hotel documents


Allocating rooms Buying a computer system


 


Taking telephone messages


intentions and spontaneous American and British
decisions English

Making requests


Categorizing jobs in the food and beverage cycle

Separating jumbled orders


 


A letter offering a special rate


Using numbers The Passive


Financial terms


Exchanging foreign currency

A comparison of tipping in three countries


Topic


Listening


Speaking


Reading


 


Dealing with complaints

p. 77


A guest complains People who complain 'There's a fly inmysoftwE

A disastrous experience Dealing with complaints Letters of complaint


 

Off-site services p. 89 Excursions on Crete A guided tour of Charleston Local artractiaiw in Charleston Hiring a car Off-site services Car hite information
The business traveller p. 100 Looking after important guests An interview with a businesswoman CidturaJ differences Hotei business facilities The Japanese business traveller
Conferences p. 109 Inspecting a conference suite Changing a conference programme Conference facilities A letter of enquiry fioin a conference co-ordinator The Abela Hotel, Monacc
Tour operation: planning p. 121 Explaining 'fam trips' Choosing a hotel for an incentive tour Arranging an itinerary- Five tour operators Shearings fam trip itinerai
Tour operation: execution p. 133 Checking in a group Changes in rates Assessing tour group needs A Welcome Letter and itinerary A rooming list

Writing


Language study


Word study


Activities


 


Replying to a letter of complaint


Present Perfect Passive should have (done) Responding to complaints


Intensifying adverbs


Restaurant role play Assessing guests' feedback


 


Describing local attractions


First Conditional Giving advice


Entertainments, coach tours Exchanging information

about a coach tour

Planning a guided tour


 


 


A Welcome Letter


Present Perfect Continuous Comparison and contrast vs Present Perfect Simple


Designing a business apartment

Where business travellers stay- an international comparison


 


A leaflet for a conference hocel


Describing use Conferences and meetings

Talking abour room layouts

Describing size and dimension


Planning a conference programme

Opening night role play


 


A letter to a tour operator Future Continuous

Future Perfect Reported speech


Prepositional phrases


Hotel manager/tour operator role play

Completing a tour-planning diary


 


A letter in response to survey results


Second Conditional Reported questions


Formal notices


Selecting a resort representative

Assessing feedback on package tours



Unit 7 Dealing with complaints

Divide into pairs, A and B. A should read letter 1. B should read letter 2. Answer the questions which follow, then compare answers with your partner.


 


 

Dear Sir, 1 am writing to you concerning my recent stay at your hotel. My wife and I arrived on Saturday 15th May and stayed for a weak. Although we were treated well and found the service and your staff excellent, there are one. or two matters which we feel we should bring to your attention. Fii-stly, we had hoped for a complete break from our "busy work lives, and indeed your advertisement promised 'peace and quiet' and the chance to relax. However, we wore surprised bo find that there was a lot of noisy building work. 1 understand that repairs are sometimes needed, but Is it really necessary to start at seven o'clock in the morning? Secondly, we had hoped to make use of the •luxurious poor. To our astonishment, we found that this was cloaed fop the entire period of our stay. I hope you do not mind ms writing to you about these thJnga, but 1 would be grateful If you could give me some explanation. Aa I said at the start, it is a pity whan your service is so excellent in other areas. I look forward to hearing from you. Tfoura faithfully,
Mr, 'Heater Bradley Dear Sir 1 recentlylutd the bad luck to stay tu your hotel, and I am now forced to write to youto expressmv disgustwith the serviceyou provided.. From themoment t arrival 1 was treated in aniniiiKinlly man­ner. 1 also foundthai the promises you made in your advertise-ment were not true. The hotel was notrelaxing - it was noisy und uncomfortable. The restaurant wasurn romantic,and indeed it was hardly a restaurant, as it offered very little variety of food, Furthermore, there was no transport him town. When I com­plained abool Ibis I wassimply told there was a bus strike. Sun k you could have provided a taxi service for your guests. 1 am a I'iin ly mwjsabteman, ami I urn quite prepared in pui up wiih a little inconvenience, hut this was too much far me. If [ do no! receive n satisfactory explanation and appropriate compensa­tion, | shall he forced to take the matter further. 1 Brasending a copy of this tetter to my solicitor and to the local tourist board. Yours faithfully P Pryke
 
     

 




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