Looks at resort, airport, convention, residential, luxury, and casino hotels, discusses facilities programming, guestrooms, public spaces, offices, service areas, and special systems, and considers feasibility studies and hotel operationsAfter a hotel gains popularity, additions often are needed to satisfy increased guest demand and maximize return. ... If the hotela#39;s location has remained good or become even better, which is often the case, remodeling can be an even more anbsp;...
|Title||:||Hotel planning and design|
|Author||:||Walter A. Rutes, Richard H. Penner|
|Publisher||:||Watson-Guptill Publications - 1985-05|