Tourism is one of the largest industries in the world. Whether for personal or commercial reasons, millions of tourists travel around the world every month, and this number is increasing almost every day.
Of course, the biggest beneficiaries of the tourism industry are hotels that can accommodate millions of tourists, so more and more hotels appear every day-from luxury and ultra-luxury to budget hotels and guesthouses. But the latest buzzword seems to be boutique hotels. Now, many tourists like to stay in so-called boutique hotels.
So what is a boutique hotel and why is it so popular among tourists no matter where you visit in the world?
The concept of boutique hotel originated in North America, aiming to imply an intimate and luxurious hotel environment. The difference between boutique hotels and other mainstream hotels is personalized service-personalized accommodation and facilities for each guest. Generally, all boutique hotels are created based on themes that run through all the hotel rooms and service centers. Generally, boutique hotels are also considered more fashionable than their competitors, because most of them usually hire professional interior designers to develop and implement unique themes for the hotel.
All guest rooms, restaurants, lounges, etc. of the hotel are carefully planned and constructed according to the designer’s vision.
In addition to achieving a good balance between style and luxury, typical guest rooms in boutique hotels will also be equipped with at least a queen-size bed, telephone connection, Wi-Fi internet connection (usually free for hotel guests), cable TV, Mini bar and round-the-clock room service. Most boutique hotels will also have a first-class restaurant offering a variety of cuisines, and a lounge or bar on the premises, where guests can rest, relax and communicate with other guests. Usually, the lounge or bar is also open to the public.
Boutique hotels are usually smaller than mainstream luxury hotels. Large boutique hotels can accommodate up to about 100 rooms, while smaller boutique hotels can have as few as 5 rooms.
Usually, most of the visitors to boutique hotels are business travelers, which can ensure the hotel’s repeat business. But recent trends show that due to the perfect combination of luxury, privacy and personalized service, many ordinary tourists like to stay in these boutique hotels, which provide guests with personalized service, which makes it different from other hotels (whether luxurious A hotel is a luxury hotel) to distinguish budget hotels.
The staff at these hotels are very friendly and courteous, trained to meet all the requirements of the guests. Although compared with large luxury hotel groups, the number of workers may be reduced, but even so, most guests still show a higher sense of personalized service, which is one of the main reasons why boutique hotels have become so popular. Guests, whether on vacation or business trip.