Traveling is an excellent way to escape from the daily routine and stress. It is also known to boost the immune system and improve mood. It also helps to build better communication skills and enhance socialising abilities. Additionally, travelling can help one to gain new experiences and perspective in life. It is said that travelling also has a positive impact on physical health and can reduce the risk of heart disease significantly.
Hotels are short-term lodging establishments offering a range of accommodation facilities for the travellers. Hotels vary by location, price, facilities offered and star category. Some of the more popular hotel types include resorts, luxury hotels, boutique hotels and budget hotels.
Hotel facilities include a restaurant (or at least a snack bar), coffee shop, bar, nightclub/lounge, fitness centre or spa and swimming pool. In addition, some hotels offer additional services such as a fax machine (for a fee), currency exchange, massage/therapy rooms, a sauna and beauty salon.
Many hotels provide shuttle transportation in vans or mini-buses to and from airport terminals, train stations, car rental offices, tourist attractions and other locations a guest might want to visit during his/her stay. Other hotels offer a concierge service, laundry and room service, as well as wedding and honeymoon suites. Hotel rooms are often equipped with kitchens, allowing guests to save money by cooking their own meals in the comfort of their own room. Alternatively, they may provide food and beverage vouchers for guests to use at the hotel’s restaurants.