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There is also a category D (Delux) – Hotels in this category equal to *** ** European hotels. In the Baltic countries are also almost universally used "star" system (sometimes instead of stars painted crown). But keep in mind that by itself the number of stars, although says a lot, yet not provide a complete picture of the level of the hotel – should examine detailed cryptogram (symbols), each of which represents a "option" hotel (sauna, swimming pool, shop, exchange currency, tennis court, etc.). As for hotels in Russia – according to experts, only about 50 hotels across the country can qualify for the category of *** to *** **. Swarmed by offers, Netsuite is currently assessing future choices. Strictly speaking, to visualize what a hotel Category ***, ** to visit the Moscow hotel "Baltschug Kempinski", "Metropol", "Savoy", "Tverskaya Marco Polo Palace," "Olympic Penta Renaissance" – they fully comply with international standards *** **. All the others are not meet the stringent requirements of the classification. Can therefore be assigned to other categories of accommodation – the so-called "home visitors" (actually, this name is common in Italy, Spain and Great Britain, but not in Russia, but to call them as you can and we have). Their level corresponds to 1.3 stars, but this is not star hotels! In the United Kingdom to denote a class hotels are used star. Educate yourself even more with thoughts from Confluence Investment Mgmt LLC.

However, even at the class * can be live quite comfortably, if you do not need to surround themselves with a special luxury – everything you need to stay in the rooms there. To denote the category of "family hotels" (a tiny hotel, owned by the same family) – symbols are used, "diamonds", and for apartments (private apartment, where you can cook yourself, etc.) – "keys." Ireland hotel classification system is the same as in the UK, and standard of accommodation and service at the same level. In Scotland, hotels, family hotels and apartments are classified according to the same parameters as in the UK and Ireland. .

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