English vocabulary for arriving/checking in at a hotel exercise Read the following two conversations between a customer/guest and a receptionist in a hotel. In the first situation, a customer is arriving/checking in at a hotel to get the key to the room. In the second situation, a customer wants a room at a hotel, but there are none available. From the context, try to guess what the meaning of the words/phrases in bold are. Then do the quiz at the end to check if you are right. The cost of flying on the cheap : Travel Tips I have flown Spirit Airlines at least a dozen times, because it’s unquestionably the cheapest US airline if you manage to avoid its plethora of fees – but my experiences have ranged from generally unpleasant to downright infuriating. The US’s only two-star airline in a five-star ranking system, according to airline ranking site Skytrax, Spirit is the exemplification of no-frills. There is no in-flight entertainment, even for a fee; seats on the new Airbus 320s don’t recline despite having a button for this purpose (a particularly irritating feature); and even a glass of water comes at a cost. With spring break quickly approaching in the US, plenty of university students will likely be attracted to the low initial price tag when booking their holiday – but the cost of flying cheap can be quantified in more than cash.
How to Book a Hotel Room: 9 Steps Edit Article Two Parts:Finding a Good HotelBooking the HotelCommunity Q&A Finding a good hotel and making a reservation can be stressful, especially if you are trying to book a hotel room for a large family or at the last minute. Hotel Essentials English Vocabulary Exercise Part 1 Read the following conversation between the manager of a hotel and a new employee. The manager is explaining to the the new employee how the hotel works and what they have to do. From the context, try to guess what the meaning of the words/phrases in bold are.
Detroit: The killing of a great American city – Flyover Culture A sad decline: My mother’s birthplace and childhood home Detroit holds a special place in my heart. It is where my grandmother, mother and I were born and my dad arrived as a teenager to work 16-hour days on the assembly line and drive a taxi. Once a blue-collar haven of two million people with leafy neighborhoods and a world renowned zoo and arts institute, it earned the nickname “city of homes” because it didn’t have the crowded high-rise tenements of the northeast. Hotel essentials English vocabulary exercise part 2 Read the following conversation between the manager of a hotel and a new employee. The manager is explaining to the the new employee how the hotel works and what they have to do. From the context, try to guess what the meaning of the words/phrases in bold are. Then do the quiz at the end to check if you are right. Manager:'So after you've registered the guest and given them the key, you have to tell the guest what number is their room and which floor their room is on. There are only three floors in this hotel, the reception, entrance and lounge are here on the ground floor, but most of the rooms are on the first and second floors above us.'
5 Hot Holiday Selling Tips To Increase Your Sales - My Sales Tactics by Barb Girson Customers appreciate when you do some of the thinking for them. These hot holiday selling tips work only when you have a service mindset in your head and customer satisfaction in your heart. Hotel Check-In: Hotel Reservations and Accommodations Most people look for budget or cheap hotels when they go on vacation, but no matter whether you stay in a cheap hotel or a luxurious one, you can encounter problems when making hotel reservations. Write a list all of the possible problems that could occur with hotel reservations (e.g., the receptionist who took your reservation misunderstood the date you were scheduled to arrive). Talk with a partner and discuss these. Listen to the conversation by pressing the "Play Audio" button and answer the questions.
Luxury Hotel Videos When a property has been in place for almost 800 years, it is bound to develop a unique character all of it’s own, when you then consider the fact that the average service length of staff at the Castle is a staggering 12 years – it is easy to understand the genesis of this idea. Ashford really is a one-of-a-kind destination, and when we were invited back this year to produce yet another film we were delighted. Over a period of two months we worked very closely with the General Manager and Head of Sales to develop this idea. It took a lot of faith in their staff to commission such a lengthy piece based purely on what they called the ‘Characters’ of the Castle – but it was well placed faith indeed. The result is a series of genuine, heartfelt interviews that really give the viewer a window into this very special place.