Hotels all over the world use star rating system to signify the nature of their offering. Usually, a star rating is bestowed by an individual organization such as the AAA Tourism in Australia, Qualmark in New Zealand or Automobile Association in the United States.
Properties not participating in such ratings, use a self-rating based on similar criteria:
Small, simple and independently owned. Limited facilities.
Typically small to medium sized. Reception, facilities and food offerings will all be broader and more professionally presented.
Above average quality and range of facilities and services. All rooms will offer a good standard of comfort and equipment.
There is a degree of luxury and quality in the furnishings, decor and equipment in all areas of the hotel. Rooms are larger and have well designed, coordinated furnishings and decor.
Spacious and luxurious throughout. Interior design shows quality and attention to detail, comfort and elegance. Services should be formal, well supervised and flawless in attention to guests' needs, without being intrusive. There will be a range of dining options with the highest international standards. Facilities for business and leisure are extensive.
Please note that standards might vary between hotels around the world. HotelClub aims to provide you with up to date and general information on star ratings, and if applicable adhering to standards set by an individual organization.
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