Ticketing Emotions has agreements with many types of accommodations suppliers. Choose yours depending on the location, price or facilities. The most demanded are hotels of 3 and 4 stars, but we also work with more economic one or 5 star ones.

As a guest, do you want to know what each hotel has to offer?

Popular Hotel Types

These hotel types are the most common, and you can find them all over the world.

  1. Chain Hotel: Also known as a “branded hotel,” a chain hotel is affiliated with a brand that may have strict guidelines for amenities and design. Popular hotel chains are Courtyard, Holiday Inn, and Westin.

  2. Independent Hotel: A hotel that is independently owned and operated with no brand standards or guidelines.

  3. Boutique Hotel: A hotel that incorporates unique design and personalized service, often with a theme or local influences.

  4. Resort: A resort offers everything necessary for a vacation on-site, such as restaurants, bars, pools, spas, recreational facilities, kids clubs, and entertainment venues.

  5. Airport Hotel: An airport hotel is located near - you guessed it! - an airport.

  6. Conference Hotel: Catering to business travelers and groups, conference hotels have extensive function space, catering services, and event planners to suit trade shows, conventions, or other large events.

  7. All-Suite Hotel: A hotel which contains only suite-style guestrooms, which are guestrooms that have separate sleeping and living areas.

  8. Extended-Stay Hotel: Designed for people who need a place to stay for several weeks or months, extended-stay hotels provide guestrooms with full kitchens and more spacious layouts than a standard hotel.

  9. Motel: Short for a “motor hotel,” motels are often located next to a highway in rural areas and offer basic amenities at a low price.

Star Ratings

Star ratings give travelers information about the level of quality at a given hotel. Star ratings are either assigned by a third-party rating entity, such as Forbes Travel Guide.

  1. 3-Star Hotel: A full-service hotel with a restaurant, front desk, intentional decor, and housekeeping service.
  2. 4-Star Hotel: An upscale hotel with on-site dining, premium amenities, and a signature look and feel.
  3. 5-Star Hotel: A luxurious hotel with personalized service, high-end dining venues, wellness facilities, and elegant design

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