Resorts versus Hotels ?
Resorts versus Hotels are questions on why should anyone invest in or stay at a resorts versus hotels. Families are asking me all the time what I think is the most important differences between resorts and hotels and my answer is this. The most important thing is that every family should take into consideration is security. If you stay at a resort you will find out that most people are just like you. They are there with their family members on vacation having a wonderful time and bonding.
Another benefit of resorts versus hotels is that the resort has several rooms including a kitchen. According to triple AAA a family of four vacationing will spend approximately $150.00 a day. They eat every meal out which comes to a $1,050.00 a week. Using the kitchen you could possible save $ 525.00 which could pay for your getaway accommodations.
Guests staying at a resort over hotels have many things to do besides the pool area. Things like horseback riding, miniature golf, game rooms, movies, bingo and many other things too numerous to mention in this article.
One of the main things family’s are likely to find at a resort is the people they meet there are really friendly. Along with the staff who love to help the guests when they arrive. They welcome you to the resort and quickly get you booked in. A concierge will escort you to your condo and make sure that your room is ready. In addition they give you a welcome package with discounts. They will then tell you the best locations for attractions and restaurants in the area.
Another great thing about 5 star resorts is peace of mind on what the accommodations you are going to. You are worried what they look like and are they clean. This way your money is well spent for just that one thing. Vacations are meant for making lasting memories not nightmares.
In all fairness I must say there are a few nice hotels out there. If you are alone or with another family member they might just do. Especially given the fact that there are not resorts in every state of the union.
At hotels there are also families on vacations trying to have a good time that are all crammed into one little room. If they get hungry in the middle of the night they can walk down a lonely hallway to the candy machine as most have no refrigerator or stove.
There are other guests there that are not vacationing, and you always need to keep a watchful eye on everyone going up and down those hallways.
Because you only have one room you mainly keep your curtains closed over the one window you have in your room. That is your bedroom. and no one likes strangers looking into that room. Out of 24 hours you only use the room for eight of them but have to pay for the entire twenty four.
I am not going to go into this anymore but hotels had their day, and just like technology is constantly changing so are the way people vacation.