When searching for a hotel what do you expect? What do you require (and what are you willing to pay for)? What isn’t important to you? We have asked this question to various regular customers and here is a sample of the survey what we got.
From Pastaguy he specified the following:
Cost – US/Canada under $100
No Funky Smells – while I’m not partial to the smoke notice, I can manage it for a couple days, yet what I can’t manage is the unidentifiable odors that a few inns have.
Private Bath – I need my own shower. I incline toward one with a full size bath/shower as opposed to a half-tub set up however I can manage if it’s not available.
Location – if it’s a goal where I anticipate utilizing public transit, then I need to have the capacity to get to the downtown zone with as few exchanges as could reasonably be expected. Be that as it may, I wouldn’t fret taking an hour to arrive and back.
Parking – I require free parking If I have a rental vehicle.
What makes a difference the most when searching for a lodging?
What I couldn’t care less about:
Room benefit/nearby nourishment benefit (free breakfasts, eatery, and so forth.)
Rec center, swimming pool, private parlor, and so forth.
In-room amenities like Wi-Fi, iron, espresso, and so forth. A telephone is decent, yet not a major issue.
Another criticism from Frequent Francois:
I simply completed the process of picking inns for a month in France, so this is genuinely crisp in my mind. The change in the conversion rate over the previous spring has helped, yet I don’t believe it to last.
These are my criteria for inns in Europe and Asia:
1. Cost – I won’t take a gander at anything in Europe much more than 80 euros, or in Asia over $35.
2. Area. I utilize open transport, so a location is essential – or if nothing else some place near a metro or transport stop!
3. En-suite. This is not an outright necessity, as I’ve remained in a few spots with the latrine as well as shower a few doors down, yet I favor en-suite.
4. Measure – The smaller, the better. I effectively stay away from Marriotts, Hiltons, and so on.
5. Facade – decent yet not a major issue. My shoddy lodging in Paris had zero appeal, yet there was all that anyone could need outside.
I couldn’t care less about:
Lifts – I don’t go with more than I can convey, and I don’t remain in immense lodgings.
Room benefit – eating out is a piece of the enjoyment of the trek.
Bell hops, attendants, and so on and so forth.
The business centers, Wi-Fi, and so forth – I utilize web bistros, in spite of the fact that as they get to be scarcer in Europe, I may need to purchase a scratch pad and change to wifi.
Swimming pools – aside from in uncommon cases.
A traveler from the US. Mr. B.S. Fellow
Littler inns, Twin bed room, en suite, fridge or one I can arrange to hold my stuff, Wifi particularly assuming free, breakfast/espresso. Surveys that show it will be spotless and NO bad odor. For the most part, when going in Europe, my objective price for a twin room is 90-150 euro. I appreciate listening to other (non-American) accents in the breakfast room.
I needn’t bother with a lot of administrations, staff, classical decorations, favor eateries, pool or exercise center.
– B.S. Fellow
This is only a specimen of feedbacks we got from travelers. A considerable measure of desires comes down to cleanliness, cost, and area. In light of the little survey, we found out that a lot of travelers couldn’t care less much about the swimming pools, room service, café’s, and exercise centers. In-room amenities like Wi-Fi, iron, espresso, and so forth. A telephone is nice, yet not a major issue. The most important thing for travellers safety and cleanlines.
Looking for a hotel requires planning. There are many options, but a favorite among White Rock Hotels is Best Western White rock. They have quality rooms and facilities that are clean, pleasant and fairly priced. Amenities includes an indoor heated pool, whirlpool, sauna and fitness center. Free Continental breakfast is also served from 6:30 am every day. Start your morning with a sumptuous healthy complimentary breakfast at the lobby Café with a wide choice of waffles, pancakes, boiled eggs, muffins, bread, tarts, toast, yogurt, juices, coffee/tea and a wide variety of cereals. Needs to stay connected? The hotel also has 24 hours high-speed internet from the comfort of your room and all throughout the hotel. To reserve your stay visit our website at http://peacearchinn.ca or call 1.877.677.8100. Our multilingual staff (English, Punjabi, French, Italian, and Filipino) is ready to take your call and serve you. #whiterockhotels, #hotelswhiterock, #hotelsouthsurrey, #bestwesternsurrey