Hotel and Accomodation

Buying a Hotel? 3 Management Issues to Discuss with Your Lender

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Many buyers of hotels often use borrowed money to pay for the purchase. Those loans usually come with conditions regarding several aspects of how the hotel can or will be managed. Some of those conditions may hinder the decision-making process if ample time was not devoted to negotiating the management terms with the lender. This article discusses some important clauses that hotel buyers should negotiate with their lenders before buying a hotel:…

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Motel Accommodation: Booking a Budget Vacation

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When you are booking a holiday, you will often find that the greatest cost you’ll face is paying for accommodation. However, if your family is operating on a budget, you do not need to miss out on your next vacation. Below is a guide to 3 things you can do which will lower the cost of accommodation. Book into a motel rather than a hotel While motels do not typically offer the same level of service has a hotel, this means that they are a much cheaper option.…

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How to spot a genuine accommodation review

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When you are shopping online for accommodations, it can be hard to tell the difference between a place that looks great on screen (but is a disaster when you arrive) from a place that actually is great. Here are some tips to help you find useful and genuine reviews for accommodation. Look at spacing of reviews Genuine reviews will occur at a random spacing over time. If you notice that your accommodation has a sudden rash of high or low ratings all written within a day or two of each other, this can be a sign that the reviews may not be genuine (although there can be natural peaks around peak times such as Christmas holiday or if the accommodation has decided to offer an incentive for guests to review).…

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