the hotels on LondonHotelSite.com
You can browse a range of hotels on LondonHotelSite.com, as well
as compare the prices. We help you find the best value hotels for
your budget. It is important, however, to know what type of hotels
you want to stay and what you can afford. A comparison of Superior
Hotels and Budget hotels is shown below. This will let you know
what to expect in one star hotels, two star hotels, three star hotels,
four star hotels and five star hotels.
What should I expect from a:
Bed and Breakfast hotel?
Bed and breakfast hotels are hotels of two star quality or below
that are generally small in size, family run and offer a personal
service with a full English breakfast.
Budget hotels are hotels of two star quality or below that offer
less expensive rooms with shared bathrooms, as well as rooms with
private bathrooms, or offer rooms with limited facilities or with
limited extra customer service.
One star hotel?
Practical hotels with a limited range of facilities and services,
but a high standard of cleanliness throughout. Restaurant/eating
area. 75% of rooms will have private facilities.
Two star hotel?
Better equipped bedrooms, all with a private bathroom and a colour
TV. A lift is normally available.
Three star hotel?
Higher standard of services and facilities including larger public
areas and bedrooms, a receptionist, room service and laundry.
Four star hotel?
Hotels offering superior comfort and quality; all bedrooms with
a private bath, fitted overhead shower and WC. Spacious and well
appointed public areas. More emphasis on food and drink. Room service
of all meals and 24 hour drinks, refreshments and snacks. Dry cleaning
service available. Excellent customer service.
Five star hotel?
A spacious, luxurious establishment offering you the highest international
quality of facilities, services and cuisine. There will be a range
of extra facilities. You will feel very well cared for by professional,
attentive staff providing flawless guest services.
the ratings on LondonHotelSite.com
The English Tourism Council has provided these ratings. In response
to consumer demand, the Automobile Association, English Tourism
Council and RAC have joined forces to create one overall rating
scheme for serviced hotels, using Stars to represent Hotels and
Diamonds for Guest Hotels (guesthouses, inns, farmhouses, bed &
scheme puts greater emphasis on quality in Hotels and Guest Hotels
- particularly in areas of cleanliness and guest care. Star ratings
symbolise the level of service, range of facilities and quality
of guest care that you can expect. Hotels are required to meet progressively
higher standards as they move up the scale from one to five stars.
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