Different Types of Accommodations around the World
“Though there are above 50 types of accommodations used globally, here you can find the most and commonly used in order to chose from as per your desire”
Hotel – Short term overnight accommodation.
Resort – Accommodation providing a wide verity of amenities and recreational facilities. It is more about the experience. Usually used for vacation or getaways.
B & B – Some sort of breakfast is included with your hotel night stay. They breakfast to range from a drink or coffee with a roll to a full breakfast.
Motel – Rooms usually open out to a parking lot. As the name implies it caters mostly to motorists.
Lodge – Usually out in nature, often made from logs, wood or other natural material.
Inn – An inn is a small hotel usually either in the country or with a pub or tavern. A lot of the time they also have food available there.
Villa – Usually a country estate made up of several buildings or structures tied together. In some countries a villa could be just a vacation house or in other places a detached or semi-detached house.
Guest House – A house used to rent on a short term basis for travellers
Boutique Hotel - Often furnished in a themed, individual style, boutique hotels are intimate in size and focus on providing guests with high-quality, personalised experiences
Hostel - Ideal for budget travellers and backpackers, a hostel is an inexpensive type of accommodation, usually with shared bedrooms and communal facilities.
Serviced Apartment - Also known as flat (British), an apartment is a self-contained accommodation unit housed in a building containing a number of such units.
Chateau - In Bordeaux, the term chateau is synonymous with vineyard estates, but it can also be used to describe a French country house or castle.
Extended Stay Hotel - Extremely popular throughout the US, extended stay hotels offer the comforts of a traditional home along with discounted rates for guests interested in long-term stays.