A 5 star building will always have a massive building structure with highest storey which are well maintained.
A 3-star building will have a comparatively small building with comparatively less number of storey (Davidson, Timo and Wang 2010). A 2-star building will have a more small building with very less number of storey.
The 5 star hotel has a very comfortable front desk systems like helpful staffs and comfortable area as well (Gatt and Schranz 2015).
Regarding the 3 star hotels, desk area remain quite small as in comparison with others and a lot of complains can be seen at times.
The 2-star hotels have very small front desk areas. The sitting areas are also very small and sometimes with an unavailability of the sitting area.
The lobby area of a 5 star hotel remains quite large with great decoration technique implemented and a well maintained one.
The lobby areas in 3-stars lack in a bit of space and decoration as well. But they remains well maintained so looks good overall (Rauch et al 2015).
The lobby of a 2-star hotel comes really less in comparison with the areas. They really are uncomfortable at times.
The rooms in the 5 star hotel gives a feeling of heaven as being commented by many. They are well decorated spacious rooms with a proper maintenance and room services available (Dabestani et al. 2016.).
The 3 star hotel room are well decorated ones with less spaces ascompared to the others and lots of complains can be seen regarding the room service matter.
Therooms of a 2-star hotels are comperatively small regarding the 3-stars or more. Sometimes the rooms are not that fresh.
Reservation systems in a five star hotels are very smooth and well promising (Alegre and Sard 2015). They can be done through online websites and most of the websites has these hotels in their client lists and evidences of automatic booking cancellation are nearly none.
with the others and they also charged a lot regarding the cancellation amount and automatic cancellations can also be seen sometimes. The 2 star rooms really remains unavailable in the booking sites.
People have to go to the hotel for booking. Servicing is quite good in the 5 star hotels. The room services and also the front desk services sounds. The staff arereally comfortable to deal with and remains well trained and there are less number of complains from the different clients (Pieri and Santamouris 2015).
The 3 star hotels lack a bit in this respect and they importantly doesn't always comes with the trained staff facility. They tries to manage with a bit of complains.
A 2-star hotel lacks a lot regarding the service level. This hotel needs a lot more service personnel as well.
Internal securities as well as the external securities are generallythe strong points regarding a 5 star hotel. Internal area remains under the CCTV servilience and the outside area as well an remains highly protected.
The 3 star hotel lack a bit in this regard. The most important disadvantage is like their CCTV cameras are not that active and encounters bit of complains (Masiero, Nicolau and Law 2015).
A 2-star remains a bit loe regarding the security sector both in the cases of external security and internal security.
The staffing system of the 5 star hotels are quite good with the recruitment of know ledged and efficient staffs who are educated in this particular field (Oluseyi et al. 2016). They are well presentable and remains quite comfortable and knowledgeable. The 3star staffs doesn't generally remains professionally trained except for some high officials. There remains a lots of complains regarding this matter in the 3 star hotels.
The staff recruitment criteria in a 2-star hotel dosnt include any education criteria. The staffs are not that sophisticated .
Top class facilities remains in offer for the 5 star hotels. They make a proper research and remains well aware of the customer need (Abrate and Viglia 2016. ). So they remains well aware of the customer needs in advance.
3 star hotel provides a less number of facilities than the other stars but are well advance in the facility management as provided by them.
A 2-star hotel does not provide that much of facilities. Dining isalso sometimes becomes an extra criteria. The room rates for the 5 star hotel are quite high but are reasonable in comparison with the facilities provided by them (Yang and Cai 2016).The room rents in 3 star are quite less than in the rest.
The room rents in 2-stars remains quite low. The revenue streams has a sound impart on the 45bstars. The stream of four points like volatility, predictability, risk and return (Zopiatis, Constanti and Theocharous 2014). The returns remains quite high in the 5 stars.
The 2 star hotels earns a good revenue without that much of risk. This is a very important point for any business professionals and generally remains on request in the 5 star hotels. The 3 star hotel generally lacks in this service.
A 2 star hotel does never have this facility.
This is a thing that is better provided by the 5stars and is an important part of the total facility provided The 4 star provide kids amenities but on a comparatively low rates The 3 stars mostly lacks in this matter but few of the also are quire sounding regarding this context (Radwan 2016. ) The 5 stars provide a great area for car parking lots with lots of ease and facilities.
The 3 star hotel provides a comparatively low space regarding the said area and with out much of the facilities (Zopiatis et al. 2014).
A 2-star hotel lacks in this facility.
5 Stars:- They provides some enhanced services like valet parking, room services, one restaurant remaining open, well equipted bathrooms, presence of all the modern facilities and all.
3 Stars:- The three star hotel not consist of a restaurant and lacks in the modern facilities. Infact, in most of them regarding the internet services, office extensions and all. They also lack a bit in the room service section. They are good according to their ratings.
2 Stars:- The 2 star hotel lack in most of the services as written in the above sections. They have the basic facility of lodging.
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