The growth of extended Beach Travelodge stay hotels has reached a record high in recent years as more and more travelers look for safe, comfortable lodging, great atmospheres, and affordable rates. Beach Travelodge As construction rates for this property type increase, so does the interest in staying in one, hosting events at one, or even running one. But what is an extended stay hotel, exactly? Here’s everything you need to know, Beach Travelodge including how they work, what types of guestsBeach Travelodge they attract, and much more.An extended stay hotel offers long term accommodation for guests. With amenities such as self-serve laundry and in-suite Beach Travelodgekitchens, they’re a cost-effective and convenient alternative to renting a traditional apartment. Because guests stay for a longer period of time, Beach Travelodge extended stay hotels typically offer discounted rates. They often feature a home-away-from-home Beach Travelodge style and will often be referred to as apartment Beach Travelodgehotels or serviced Beach Travelodge apartments.
Just like regular Beach Travelodge hotels, extended stay hotels range in price and style. Some offer apartment or studio-style Beach Travelodgeliving while luxury options have multiple bedrooms, more square footage, and special amenities Beach Travelodgev such as private patios. Beach Travelodge They also offer amenities you’d expect to find in a regular hotel, including daily room service. Beach Travelodge You’ll most likely find them centrally located near attractions, dining, Beach Travelodge and nightlife. You can stay as long as Beach Travelodge the property allows, though rates may fluctuate over time. Although these hotels can hypothetically Beach Travelodge host guests for a night or two, most see guests who stay for Beach Travelodge five to seven days at a minimum since that’s when discounts are typically applied. But there are some rare exceptions. For example, the Falls Church,Beach Travelodge Virginia Marriott’s longest extended stay guest was a 79-year-old woman named Joy Bricker who resided Beach Travelodge at the hotel for more than 10 years. Over the years she became close friends with staff, moved in furniture Beach Travelodgefrom her former Florida home, and even created a community Beach Travelodge feel for her many neighbors.
The biggest difference between an extended stay hotel and other hotels is Beach Travelodge the price, what guests are billed for, and the different lifestyle often associated with each property type.
The average price for one night in a standard hotel room is higher than the Beach Travelodge average price of one night in an extended stay hotel room — if you stay there long enough. For example, the average cost of a regular, short-term hotel room in Los Angeles is $216 for a weekend night and $194 for a weeknight. If a guest stays for one week, they can expect to pay $1,402. But a two-star extended Beach Travelodge stay hotel in the same city only costs $714, Beach Travelodge offering lodgers 50% savings on their visit.
Guests at most extended Beach Travelodge stay hotels can also expect to get amenities such as WiFi and major utilities included in their nightly rate whereas other hotels sometimes charge fees Beach Travelodge for premium options like faster internet and movie rentals. For mid-range options, you’ll also see differences such asBeach Travelodge coin-operated laundry facilities at extended stay hotels versus professional onsite laundering services at other hotels. Plus, hotels Beach Travelodge typically offer additional lounge spaces, bars, restaurants, stores, and concierge services while this is not the norm at the average extended stay hotel. They may also offer parking spaces, dog parks, and a grocery or liquor store on site. Luxury extended stay hotels may also include lounges, movie theaters, security patrol, and 24/7 guest services. You may have the option to stay even longer if your room or other suites are available after your initial booking date. Smaller, family-owned hotels may be willing to work with you on your check-out date as long as you give them as much Beach Travelodge notice as possible. For extended stay hotels in popular areas during peak travel seasons, staying past your initial booking date is Beach Travelodge unlikely.
Most extended stay hotel rooms are meant for a maximum of four occupants. Guests will have to share how many people are staying with them when they book. There may be a Beach Travelodge fee for additional occupants, however, children are usually free. Like short-term hotels, they also usually offer discounted rates for seniors, military, and Triple-A members. Beach Travelodge Extended stay hotels attract a wide range of guests. Their price points, amenities, and designs are often marketed towards specific groups, the same way hotels are. Simple, Beach Travelodgeno-frills properties maintain the lowest possible rates in order to offer customers a roof over their head where they don’t have to worry Beach Travelodgeabout utilities, furniture, or other essential amenities.
On the other end of the spectrum, high-end properties with all the bellsBeach Travelodge and whistles are an experience all their own. They provide luxury lifestyles for business and pleasure travelers alike and offer competitive rates Beach Travelodge.
The average extended stay hotel occupant at a mid-range propertyBeach Travelodge travels for work and needs the convenience of home without the commitment of a second mortgage or lease. They are often attracted to the option to cook in their own private kitchen and hotel-related perks.
Business guests who are visiting Beach Travelodge from elsewhere are often given per diem or stipend pay for lodging, transport, and/or food. You may also find couples on long retreats, retirees, and families with small children. Extended stay hotels really do attract people from all walks of life.Start with sites like Kayak, Expedia or Priceline.com to get an overview of hotels in your desired area, but don’t rely on them to give you the full picture. Go on to research those hotels on your own. Search for promotion Beach Travelodge codes and perks such as free parking, breakfast or WiFi.
And Beach Travelodge don’t neglect a hotel’s own website. Some Beach Travelodge chains promise the best rate when you book via their site.
Once you know the lay of the land, select a Beach Travelodge few favorites and pick up the phone. Tell the hotel the price you found via other sites and see if they can beat it.
Apps like HotelTonight and One:Night specialize in helping last-minute travelers get cheap hotel rooms. Beach Travelodge Sites such as Hotels.com and Hotwire also list deals for just a day or two in advance.
Last-minute bookings don’t work in every circumstance, though. Traveling for a crowded conference or holiday Beach Travelodge can lead to a spike in demand — and price.Finding a hotel isn’t your only lodging option. You can rent a room, apartment or entire house via sites like Airbnb and HomeAway Beach Travelodge.
Hostels are a great option for budget travelers, especially those venturing outside of Beach Travelodge the U.S. Don’t worry — you don’t need to share a dorm-style room with a mass of 19-year-olds (unless you want to). Most hostels offer a handful of private rooms with en suite bathrooms.Cheap hotels in Japan are often equated with business hotels,Beach Travelodge which are known for their reasonable prices, excellent access, and good service. Many visitors to Tokyo will look for the cheapest hotels that have minimal options, to save their budget for food and sightseeing. Beach Travelodge
Even though weekends and holidays may cause spiking prices, booking your hotel in Japan at the right time will Beach Travelodgeresult in big discounts and unbelievably low prices, even right in the heart of Tokyo.
To makeBeach Travelodge navigating Japan’s business hotels easier, we have compiled the Beach Travelodge major chains that can be found all across the country and listed their features, pros, and prices.
From cozy roadside inns with basic cable and morning coffee to massive all-inclusive vacation resorts in the world’s most luxurious destinations,Beach Travelodge there are dozens upon dozens of different types of hotels located throughout the world.
While some of these propertiesBeach Travelodge have many similarities — for example, an all-inclusive resort may also be classified as an Beach Travelodgeextended stay property — there are also some that couldn't be more different (i.e. casino hotels vs. hostels).
Confused? Don't be. In this post, we break down 21 of the most popular types of hotels and explore the similarities and differences of each.Beach Travelodge Whether you’re a traveler looking for a low-priced economy room or an aspiring hotelier looking to take a deeper dive into your options, the wide world of hotels has something for everyone.The most common hotel typeBeach Travelodge on this list, chain hotels make up tens of thousands of properties located throughout Beach Travelodge the world. Chain hotels typically fall under a group of hotels operated by a company or owner. Hilton, for example, has a portfolio made up Beach Travelodgeof over a dozen "separate" brands, including DoubleTree, Embassy Suites, Hampton, Homewood Suites, and Home2 Suites. Another example is Marriott, which boasts brands such as The Ritz-Carlton, Sheraton, Westin, Gaylord, Beach TravelodgeCourtyard, and SpringHill Suites.
The term “motel” evolved in the 1920s, Beach Travelodge long after the term hotel, and is a blend of the words “motor” and “hotel.” Motels started cropping up to cater to travelers as an affordable, accessible place to stop overnight during long trips. Thevy're Beach Travelodge typically located along highways and other major roadways, and offer minimal amenities, ifBeach Travelodge any.
Motels usually Beach Travelodge have a different layout than standard hotels as well, with rooms being accessible from the exterior. Additionally, motels are Beach Travelodge typically one to two stories high, while hotels can be much larger. Motel 6, Super 8, and Econo Lodge are some of the most well-known motel chains, though motels can be independently operated also Beach Travelodge .
A resort is usually a destinationBeach Travelodge that attempts to provide travelers with everything they need in one location: Accommodations, dining, Beach Travelodge drinks, shopping, and entertainment. Often located in popular vacation destinations, some resorts are all-inclusive, allowing travelers to pay one price for unlimited Beach Travelodgeservice. The Hyatt Ziva Cancun, for example, is an all-inclusive resort catering to Cancun vacationers, providing them with lavish services and an uninterrupted view of the Caribbean Beach Travelodge.
An inn is usually much smaller Beach Travelodge than a standard or chain hotel. Often individually or family-owned, inns tend to offer a cozy, homey feel for their guests.Beach Travelodge Typically offering fewer in-room amenities than a larger hotel chain, you Beach Travelodge may find in-room coffee, Wi-Fi, or small breakfast options available at an inn.
Many inns offer unique styles or decorations from room Beach Travelodge to room, providing guests with a unique experience. Some inns, like the Ponte Winery and Vineyard Beach Travelodge Inn in Temecula, California, have a vineyard on-property and specialize in wedding services as well.
Hotels Beach Travelodge in which all of the guest rooms are suites are commonly referred to as all-suite hotels.Beach Travelodge These hotels typically have “suites” in the name, making them easier for travelers to identify.
All-suite properties Beach Travelodge usually offer each guest a bedroom, separate living area, and a kitchen area or cooking accessories.Beach Travelodge Many large hotel companies have an all-suites brand or Beach Travelodge two under their umbrella, such as Comfort Suites by Choice Hotels, Embassy Suites by Hilton, or Staybridge Suites by IHG.
Conference or convention Beach Travelodge center hotels are characterized by their combination of guest rooms and meeting space. These properties are designed to host large events Beach Travelodge and provide a wide variety of event options to accommodate different setups, entertainment opportunitiesBeach Travelodge , A/V equipment, and breakout needs.
These types of hotels specialize in Beach Travelodge accommodating everything needed at a conference: The event location, overnight rooms, food and Beach Travelodge beverage services, and transportation. They typically hold thousands of feet of flexible event space and are frequently found in larger cities or popular business destinations.
While many Beach Travelodge lodging options cater to overnight or short-term stays, some properties specialize in accommodating travelers looking for an extended stay. This typeBeach Travelodge of hotel is called an extended stay hotel, and it's popular among business travelers and otherBeach Travelodge individuals staying in one location for multiple days, weeks, or longer Beach Travelodge .
Most Beach Travelodge extended stay properties provide guests additional amenities to make it feel more like home, such as a fully-equipped kitchen. Beach Travelodge Extended Stay America offers studio rooms at many locations, as well as daily, weekly, and nightly rates to accommodate a variety of Beach Travelodge budgets.
Boutique hotels are typically much smaller than the average chain hotel.Beach Travelodge Usually made up of 100 guest rooms or fewer, you can expect to find boutique hotels in exciting locations or near popular destinations, such as an urban city center or hip shopping district. Boutique hotels can be independently operated, or part of a chain, but they tend to cater to a specific Beach Travelodge audience, offer a unique style, and provide thoughtful services.“There are an infinite number of recipes, but the key Beach Travelodge ingredients I see in a boutique hotel are individuality and a great Beach Travelodge emotional impact," Shlomo Gabbai — the director of the annual Boutique Hotel Awards, which recognize the best-of-the-best in boutique hotels — told Business Insider Beach Travelodge .
Basic Beach Travelodge accommodations sporting bunk beds, or a barracks-like building style, are commonly referred to as bunkhouses. Originally, bunkhouses were used to house field-hands, Beach Travelodge ranchers, working cowboys, and other migratory workers. However, Beach Travelodge bunkhouses have evolved over the years, and now, many hotels offer modern versions used to accommodate Beach Travelodge large groups. The Atticus Hotel in Mcminnville, Oregon, for example, boasts a luxury bunkhouse that Beach Travelodge travelers can enjoy while soaking in all Oregon has to offer. "With a wall of luxury bunks, cubbies for six and a bathroom artfullyBeach Travelodge designed for a crowd, Beach Travelodge our Luxury Bunkhouse is equipped for late nights of laughter with good friends," reads the hotel's website.
Typically smaller, privately-owned properties, the bed and breakfast is a favorite Beach Travelodge accommodation among travelers looking to experience the intricacies of a destination. Known for providing a bed, as well as food services Beach Travelodge (most commonly breakfast), many “BnBs” are operated by live-in innkeepers. The owners often live somewhere on-property or nearby, Beach Travelodge operate the property themselves, and may even prepare meals for travelers.
An eco hotel — also commonly Beach Travelodge referred to as a green hotel or sustainable hotel — is a type of hotel that puts a lot of focus on operating in an Beach Travelodge environmentally-friendly and sustainable manner. Eco-friendly hotels promote green initiatives, such as utilizing solar power and reducing waste, and make it a priority to reduce their environmental impact.
Casino hotels Beach Travelodge are located in — you guessed it — casinos! They typically offer overnight guest rooms, access to an in-house casino, and often include a Beach Travelodge variety of restaurants, bars, activities, and shopping options for guests.
Stylish and trendy, pop-up hotels are temporary lodging Beach Travelodgeoptions that “pop up” for a short period of time. Pop-up hotels are appealing to travelers seeking new experiences, or Beach Travelodge those who want to enjoy “untouched” locations.Beach Travelodge
The exclusivity ofBeach Travelodge these types of hotels makes them appealing to many trend-setters and social media influencers. Just take Taco Bell’s wildly successful pop-up hotelBeach Travelodge as an example.
Pet-friendly Beach Travelodgeproperties allow guests to bring their pets with them when they travel. Some of these properties charge a pet fee, while others allow complimentaryBeach Travelodge pet stays. Weight limits, breed restrictions, or the number of animals a traveler may check-in Beach Travelodgewith can vary from property to property.Beach Travelodge Websites like petswelcome.com allow travelers to search for pet-friendly properties.
Roadhouse is a term that was commonly used to refer to motels or small lodging options along the highway. It was also a popular Beach Travelodgeterm in Britain used to describe roadside pubs that included lodging options. While the term canBeach Travelodge still be found on advertising at some hotels and venues, it’s more Beach Travelodge commonly associated with restaurants now.
Perfect for foodies, gastro hotels are focused on providing Beach Travelodge travelers overnight accomodations coupled with fantastic food. Gastro hotels are usually on the smaller side with Beach Travelodge fewer than 50 rooms. For example, The Cookbook Gastro Boutique Hotel & Spa has only 17 rooms and takes special care Beach Travelodge creating culinary delights for guests who choose to book with them Beach Travelodge.
Micro hotels are exactly Beach Travelodgewhat they sound like: Small hotels. Designed for people who need a place to sleep and not much else, the presence of micro hotels is growing. Hilton recently entered the micro hotel space with the creation of its Motto brand, which features city-centric properties that supply "travel-sized rooms for all-sized trips."
Transit hotels, also called airport hotels, appeal to travelers with a flight to catchBeach Travelodge. Transit hotels are located inside of an airport, typically close to a terminal and within a security checkpoint. Beach TravelodgePassengers facing long flights, or international flights, are able to check in and get some rest at transit hotels in between trips or during lengthy layovers.
Travelers looking to soak up local culture or explore the history of an area may choose to stay at a heritage hotel. These types of hotels are typically located in historically-significant areas or have a direct connection toBeach Travelodge major events that shaped the local culture. Due to the age of many of the original structures, some heritage hotels are remodeled versions of old castles or temples.
A term you may associate with backpacking across Europe, or similar travel styles, hostels are lodging options that appeal to travelers on a budget. Most hostels provide dorm-style sleeping arrangements and target a specific type of traveler, such as students and short-term younger travelers.
An exciting, fun, and unique type of hotel, concept hotels allow travelers Beach Travelodgeto fully immerse themselves in one-of-a-kind experiences. Concept hotels include ice hotels, underwater hotels, and just about any other unique property you can think of Beach Travelodge.
Not only does it affirm the hotel’s values, but it also demonstrates how seriously they take their natural and artisanal products. Plus, it places value in people with brand storytelling, which humanises the brand and encourages readers to identify with them Beach Travelodge.
Beach Travelodge , large or small, includes a variety of employment opportunities. Beach TravelodgeA smooth-operating hotel needs workers in departments with diverse responsibilities dependent on one another. Beach Travelodge A general manager is responsible for a large number of tasks. You will be required to prepare a yearly budget and submit it to the hotel owner, corporate office or possibly a district manager. Beach Travelodge All employee terminations and new hires will be your responsibility. Beach Travelodge Hotel room rates fluctuate consistently, and as the general manger of the hotel, it will be your responsibility to decide the best rate for any given day, night, weekend or special event.Beach Travelodge You will also have the authority to set hotel service standards as well as choose extra services or amenities Beach Travelodge to make the hotel more appealing to travelers.
The front desk staff will take reservations by phone, cancel reservations, check in guests, check guests out, and keep the front desk area and lobby clean and presentable. As a front desk agent, you may be required to help in other areas of the hotel, such as housekeeping, during busy seasons or if staff is short-handed. You will be responsible for large amounts of money, authorizing guest refunds, and taking care of any guest complaints or room issues. The front desk supervisor also will work the front desk and may be responsible for scheduling the work days and hours for the other front desk staff. Housekeepers are responsible for the cleanliness of all rooms in such a way that a guest would not realize someone had just checked out of the room earlier that same morning. You will also strip every linen off each bed and make each bed according to the hotel standards. The guest rooms are meticulously cleaned and sanitized before a guest arrives. Smaller hotels may require the housekeepers to do the laundry, which will require you to wash, dry and fold all linens, including sheets, pillowcases, comforters and blankets. As a laundry person, you would be required to also remove stains that may be in any linens, when possible.
Many hotels offer a complimentary breakfast bar. As the host or hostess you will be responsible to keep the bar stocked at all times, clean up any messes, brew coffee, wash dishes, break down the breakfast bar and wash the breakfast dishes. If the hotel has a hot bar, you or another person will be responsible for cooking items such as eggs or waffles, and keeping a steady flow of the items to the breakfast bar. The cook will also help break down the bar and clean up the work area before the shift for the day is over. A hotel maintenance person will ensure that just about everything in the hotel is in proper working order. Daily tasks may include changing light bulbs, removing waste and painting. Other tasks will be assigned as needed, including fixing or replacing toilets, piping, room appliances and vacuums. Many hotels have an indoor pool, and you must ensure that the water pumps and chemical pumps are working correctly. Also, you will need to be familiar with heating and air conditioning units, electrical wiring and plumbing, and how to troubleshoot, fix or replace these items. Larger hotels may have more positions, such as loss prevention officer, Beach Travelodge security guards, bell boys, concierge and shuttle drivers. Beach Travelodge Many hotels may also offer a shuttle service if they are close to an airport, amusement park or other guest attraction. In smaller hotels that do not offer an on-site or on-call concierge, the front desk staff usually tries to assist in finding exactly what the guest is looking for. When selecting the best hotel for a vacation, most people will assess the size of the rooms, hotel amenities, location and reviews. An important factor that is usually overlooked unless it is unsatisfactory Beach Travelodge is the work of the housekeeping staff. These hardworking individuals ensure that messy rooms are miraculously spotless at the end of the day. Hotel housekeeping is a difficult and demanding job that requires much more than might be expected. The job of a hotel housekeeper is to keep an assigned number of rooms clean. This includes a variety of services Beach Travelodge depending on the room's occupants. For a standard occupied room, this will involve basic cleaning duties. For a room where the occupants have just checked out, the job is more difficult and involves turning over nearly everything in the room. A check-out room must be so neat and clean that the new occupants cannot tell that another family may have vacated the room only a few hours earlier. Some occupants who are in the hotel room when the housekeeper arrives or Beach Travelodge are perhaps ill and spending the day in bed may prefer service known as trash and towels. This is exactly how it sounds. The housekeeper will provide fresh clean towels and toiletries and remove the trash, but otherwise Beach Travelodge leave the room alone. If a guest leaves a later service sign on the door, the room must be revisited, perhaps several times throughout the day until Beach Travelodgethe sign is removed. However, some guests forget to remove this sign entirely. Depending on the hotel this may mean that they will not receive any service, or it may mean they receive a phone call offering later service. Some locations will even leave a set of clean towels and toiletries outside the door. One last consideration is rooms that have been vacant for several days. Though they have already been cleaned and turned over, these rooms must be revisited so the housekeeper can sweep and dust, ensuring that the room doesn't look dusty and abandoned when new guests arrive. The specific duties of a housekeeper may vary from one hotel to the next, but usually include several Beach Travelodge standard jobs. The first is making the beds. A good housekeeper should be able to make each bed in about a minute. Unless there are very obvious stains, the sheets and pillowcases are rarely changed daily. The average amount of time for sheets to be left unchanged is three days. However, this also varies from one hotel to the next. Beach Travelodge In very expensive locations the sheets are changed daily. The number of sheets and pillows on the bed can also vary. While a standard hotel bed has a bottom sheet, top sheet, blanket and comforter, nicer hotels will have a sheet both beneath and on top of the blanket. Some less-expensive hotels may not have a blanket at all. Hotel beds are typically made with the comforter Beach Travelodge covering the entire bed and are almost always made this way when guests first check in. However, during a guest's stay, the comforter may only Beach Travelodge be folded neatly at the bottom of the bed. Next, the housekeeper must refresh any amenities in the room, such as coffee. End tables and desks may be straightened, but the guest's items are generally left as they are. Small touches such as closing the doors of a television cabinet can give a room a finished look very quickly. If there is a porch or balcony, this should be swept and any ashtrays need to be emptied. Lastly, the trashcans in the rooms will be emptied, and the carpets swept. Moving on to the bathroom, the housekeeper will wipe down the tub, toilet, sink and counter. Towels will be changed and amenities will be refreshed. In a check-out room, the bathroom is cleaned more thoroughly with a variety of cleaning agents, usually including bleach. Small touches are important here, such as carefully folding the towels. Each hotel has its own preferred method for folding and placing the towels. The toilet paper must be folded to a neat point as well. In some hotels, the tip of the toilet paper is even pressed with a stamp featuring the hotel's logo or Beach Travelodge name. Most housekeepers work a typical eight-hour day. However, this day is usually filled with nonstop activity.Beach Travelodge Most hotels give each housekeeper between 15 and 20 rooms each day. An occupied room should take no more than 15 minutes to complete and a check out should take no more than half an hour. This is often a difficult schedule to keep considering the state of some rooms. In hotels with large suites, a housekeeper may be given around 10 suites to complete each day. Suites often take much longer because of the additional amenities. Stoves, counters and refrigerators need to be cleaned. If a dishwasher is present, the housekeeper will often be required to load and unload any dishes. In a suite there are also usually several bedrooms and bathrooms, all requiring attention. Housekeepers must always stay conscious of the time of day. The typical hotel check-out time is 11 a.m. Vacated rooms need to be cleaned as soon as possible to be ready for the usual 3 p.m. check-in time. Most housekeepers have a set area in the hotel for which they are responsible. This means that they are not assigned an equal number of occupied rooms and check-outs each day. Some days can be very easy, with all rooms occupied. However, some days--especially weekends--can be extremely difficult when nearly every room is a check-out. Beach Travelodge Though the typical housekeeper is responsible for a number of hotel rooms, there are many other important roles in the housekeeping team at most hotels. In large hotels, there is usually a houseperson for each floor or section. This person is responsible for emptying the dirty linens and trash in housekeepers'Beach Travelodge carts and refilling their towels and amenities when needed. In some locations it is not possible for each housekeeper to empty and his Beach Travelodge cart throughout the day, so the houseperson is essential and makes his rounds continually, at least once an hour. The houseperson is also responsible Beach Travelodgefor vacuuming hallways, dusting banisters and woodwork and Beach Travelodgecleaning any common areas on the floor. Another Beach Travelodge member of the housekeeping staff is usually assigned to the lobby area. In large hotels this can include the check-in area, pool, fitness center, childcare center, laundry facility and a variety Beach Travelodge of other areas. Lobby housekeepers usually make their rounds through Beach Travelodge these areas several times throughout the day. If a guest calls for special amenities such as a microwave or crib, or other items that are not typically left in the room such a toothbrush,Beach Travelodge , sewing kit or matches, these are often provided by another hardworking member of the housekeeping staff, sometimes called a runner. Hotels with minibars and turn-down service usually leave these specific tasks to separate members of the staff as well. When staying in any hotel, it is considered polite to tip the housekeeper.Beach Travelodge If you decline service for most or all of your stay your tip can be significantly less, but you should still keep in mind that Beach Travelodge the housekeeper prepared the room before you arrived, and will need to turn it over after you leave Beach Travelodge . For guests who receive service every day, a typical tip is two or three dollars per day. You can leave this tip daily or in a lump sum when you check out. The tip should be in bills, not change. For the housekeeper to be sure that the tip is intended for them, it should be left in Beach Travelodge a conspicuous place such as on the pillow. You may also want to leave a note with it. If you are only leaving a tip when you check out it can be left most anywhere and the housekeeper will assume that it is intended for them. Either method will work, but Beach Travelodge leaving a small tip daily will often let the housekeeper know that you are a considerate guest and may earn a few special touches. The duties of a hotel housekeeper are probably the most important duties that take place in a hotel on a daily basis. Beach Travelodge If the housekeeper has not done her job to expectations, the hotel could lose business. Beach Travelodge Hotel guests expect their rooms to be cleaned with the utmost accuracy and attention to detail. The cleanliness of a hotel is the key selling factor. At the beginning of each workday, a hotel housekeeper Beach Travelodge will refill her wheeled cart with fresh bath towels, hand towels, wash cloths, fitted sheets, flat sheets, pillow cases and any other linens required in each room. She will also refill her cleaning supplies as well as her stock of coffee and other amenities that are often left in guest rooms. The first part to cleaning a vacant hotel guest room Beach Travelodge is stripping the room, which consists of pulling all the blankets, linens and pillows off of all the beds in the room in which the housekeeper isBeach Travelodge currently working. Beach Travelodge She will also take all the used towels, wash cloths and other bathing linens out of the bathroom. She will then have to ensure that these used linens get to the laundry to be properly washed for reuse. Every hotel room has at least one garbage can in the room. The housekeeper will have to empty the garbage can(s) in the room and replace the can liners with fresh, unused liners. Before emptying Beach Travelodge the room trash, the housekeeper will generally clean up any garbage lying around the room, such as tissues, candy wrappers or other trash items the guest may have left in the room Beach Travelodge .
Each Beach Travelodge hotel will have a specific style and way to make the beds in the room. This style may be different between bed sizes. Beach TravelodgeThe housekeeper will make each bed in the room according to the style mandated by the hotel. A fresh set of bed sheets and pillowcases is used to make the bed for the next occupant.The guest room bathroom gets some much-deserved attention. After each guest checks out of the room, the housekeeper will thoroughly clean the Beach Travelodge toilet, sink, bathing area and floor of the bathroom with industrial cleaner. The guest bathroom is particularly important as this is the area often filled Beach Travelodge with germs. There should not be a single inch left untouched in the bathroom, including the walls.The room itself will receive a complete dusting from the furniture to the lamp shades. Each item--including lamps, TV, phone and alarm clock among others--is checked to be sure it is in proper working order. Amenities such as soap, shampoo and coffee are Beach Travelodge restocked throughout the room. After the housekeeper completes all of the above, she will then vacuum the room. Many hotels will use Beach Travelodge air freshener before informing the front desk staff that the room is clean and available for the next guest. In most hotels, nighttime is the least busy part of the day. In busy hotels, there will always be guests who require the help of hotel staff at all hours, and night porters are employed to be on hand to deal with guest requests. Night porters have other responsibilities involved with the smooth running of the hotel Beach Travelodge .
The night porter is responsible for the security of Beach Travelodge the hotel throughout the night, usually between the hours of 11 p.m. and 7 a.m. The night porter is responsible for covering the reception area and knows which rooms are occupied and which are not from a copy of the guest list handed over by the receptionist going off duty. Night porters often make regular rounds of the premises and must keep a log of anything suspicious they Beach Travelodge notice during the shift. The log is handed to the duty manager who comes on duty as the night shift ends Beach Travelodge.
All guest needs Beach Travelodge that normally would be met by reception staff are met by the night porter during the night shift. This might mean answering requests for information or even calling for taxis for guests who plan to go out. If the hotel provides tea and coffee 24 hours a day in public areas, the night porter is responsible for keeping those facilities stocked, clean and tidy. Beach Travelodge The reception area and all other public areas must be kept tidy and clean, ready for the morning shift, and this is also the responsibility of the night porter. Any late-returning guests are met by the Beach Travelodge night porter, who also handles any late-night check-ins Beach Travelodge.
When guests have requested Beach Travelodge morning newspapers, the night porter orders them based on information found on the guest list. If the hotel provides a breakfast buffet, the night porter ensures the buffet area is tidy and clean and prepared for the breakfast service. If any guests require an early breakfast before the normal breakfast service, Beach Travelodge the night porter will serve those guests. If packages or messages Beach Travelodge arrive at the hotel during the night, the night porter is responsible for delivering them to guest rooms in the morning or informing guests of their arrival Beach Travelodge .
A Beach Travelodge hotel houseman is in charge of keeping the hotel clean and in order. It's an important role because presenting a spotless and inviting hotel to guests makes them feel comfortable and likely to return. Hotel houseman positions are busy and active with a majority of time spent on their feet. Beach Travelodge Expect to need a high school diploma or equivalent, and perhaps some cleaning experience, when applying for a hotel houseman position..
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