What is hidden in the name of the hotel?
The names of hotels and hotels often conceal an encrypted designation of the level of comfort and the volume of services that should be expected there. In continuation of the article “What can be learned from the name of the hotel”, we decided to expand the list of signs that travelers can use when choosing a hotel.
What is hidden in the name of the hotel
Translated from English, Holiday Village means a holiday village. Based on the name, it can be assumed that guests expect a calm, measured and unassuming vacation. Most likely, such a hotel will not offer you accommodation in large buildings. Guests are accommodated in a bungalow, where there will be everything you need, but no frills.
The term “SPA” in the name of the hotel is most often found in combination with the term “Resort”.
In hotels of this type there is a powerful SPA-center. SPA is an abbreviation of the Latin “Sanus per Aquam”, or “Sanitas pro Aqua”, which in Latin means “health through water” or “health through water”. This concept has been known since ancient Rome, where thermal springs and thermal baths were used to heal ailments.
SPA is the methods and technologies of body care using mineral water. Western hotels providing this service are usually quite expensive.
This name is found in small apartments, in which in addition to the bedroom there is a small kitchen with a minimum set for self-cooking. The more expensive apartments boast an in-room washing machine and dishwasher, a large kitchen with a dining table, and a good stove.
The apartments are well suited for those traveling with their families, as you can save money on going to restaurants, while eating healthy food in the family circle.
So most often called hotels located on the first line of the sea. Most likely this hotel has its own beach, which is reflected in the name (beach from English beach).
Garden means garden. Hotels with this name usually have an extensive and fairly ennobled green zone (garden or park). As a rule, such hotels are located on the second or third line from the sea.