The oldest hotels in the world are scattered around the world. Appearing as inns at the crossroads of trade routes, they still delight guests with the centuries-old traditions of hospitality.
The oldest hotel in the world, which is listed in the Guinness Book of Records, is located in Japan and is called Hoshi Ryokan. The hotel appeared in 717 AD and to this day carefully preserves the traditional interior design. The hotel has been owned by the same family for forty-six generations. Continue reading
When choosing a hotel or hotel, the traveler often encounters many strange and incomprehensible notations. In particular, the types of food in hotels are usually denoted by two or three Latin letters. These designations are deciphered as abbreviations from English phrases in which the meaning of the type of food offered by the hotel lies.
Food in hotels
What types of food are in hotels?
There are only five main types of food in hotels:
“No meals” – guests are provided with a room or bed without meals included in the price. Continue reading
The history of hotels dates back to ancient times. The first hotels were taverns, mentions of which can be found in the manuscripts of Ancient Greece and ancient Rome. Travels in those distant times were long, the speed of movement was small, and unfamiliar lands dangerous. Travelers eagerly paid for any roof over their heads, where you can relax on the go. Demand, as you know, creates supply, and on main roads inns began to grow like mushrooms. It does not take several centuries, as the inns are segmented by the level of service. There are those where a person cannot stop without a special document confirming his high status. Continue reading