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- Motels. Motel accommodation usually features a selection of studio, one, or two-bedroom units A motel, also known as a motor hotel, motor inn or motor lodge, is a hotel designed for motorists, usually having each room entered directly from the parking area for motor vehicles rather than through a central lobby. Motel, also called Motor Lodge, Motor Court, Tourist Court, or Motor Inn, was originally a hotel designed for persons travelling by automobile, with convenient parking space provided. Motels serve commercial and business travellers and persons attending conventions and meetings as well as vacationers and tourists.
- Hotels - A hotel is an establishment that provides paid lodging on a short-term basis. Facilities provided inside a hotel room may range from a modest-quality mattress in a small room to large suites with bigger. The most common type of accommodation in the hotel industry, a hotel is defined as an establishment that offers overnight accommodation, meals and other services. They are mainly aimed at travellers or tourists, although locals may also use them. Hotels provide private rooms and almost always have en-suite bathrooms.
- Apartments - An apartment, or flat, is a self-contained housing unit that occupies part of a building, generally on a single story. An apartment is a part of a larger building, but a house is a building that stands on its own.
- Bed & Breakfasts - A bed and breakfast is a small lodging establishment that offers overnight accommodation and breakfast. Bed and breakfasts are often private family homes and typically have between four and eleven rooms, with six being the average. In addition, a B&B usually has the hosts living in the house. At a Bed and Breakfast, most offer a gourmet breakfast that is served in a common area of the residence with the other guests. A select few will deliver breakfast to the guest room at a time of their choosing. Amenities: This is what separates a Bed and Breakfast from a Hotel.
- Luxury Lodges - A lodge is an inn where travellers stay overnight. If you're in need of a night's sleep while travelling an out of the way country road, you're more likely to find yourself at a lodge than a fancy or chain hotel. A lodge can also be a cabin in the woods; like an inn, it's usually a temporary accommodation. A Hotel is a building with interior corridors where the various rooms are off of. A Motel is short for Motor Hotel. It does not have interior corridors, and a Lodge is either, usually a Hotel, in a rustic area and the building itself is also rustic.
- Boutiques and Lodges - A Boutique Hotel is small. It should not have more than 100 rooms, because it has to offer a personal touch to every guest. It is an independent hotel or part of an “only-boutique” chain. It is located in the city centre or in a very trendy area, usually the main shopping one. Boutique hotels are equipped with full-time staff 24-7 similar to a hotel, but on a smaller scale, whereas the B&B and Guesthouse are characterized by services provided by owners, family members and temporary staff rather than full-time staff.
- Homestays - Homestay is a popular form of hospitality and lodging whereby visitors share a residence with a local of the area to which they are travelling. a stay at a residence by a traveller and especially by a visiting foreign student who is hosted by a local family.
- Holiday Parks and Campgrounds. - Holiday parks and campgrounds usually have million-dollar views, for a budget-friendly price. Find a tent site or a campervan park at some of the most scenic spots. Holiday parks provide powered and non-powered sites for tents, caravans and campervans and motorhomes. Many also have simple cabins, self-contained motel units and backpackers' lodges. Easy access to a shared kitchen and bathroom facilities is always part of the deal. New Zealand is the ultimate camping destination. Campsites can be found all around the country, often in remote wilderness areas. The facilities vary, but they all have stunning locations Campsites tend to be quieter than holiday parks and often have walking trails nearby.