Bed & Breakfasts
The Bed and Breakfast industry began to blossom in the North America and Mexico
during the 1980s, and B & B's thrive today in large part because they provide
an atmosphere of warmth and coziness.
There are B & Bís to suit every taste and budget.
From romantic & luxurious to historic inns to rustic cabins in the woods and everything
else in between. You can find many theme B & Bís which include those who offer murder
mystery weekends, cooking classes, art retreats, fishing adventures and even Sushi on the Sea!
At great B & B's, "customers" are truly guests, and it shows. Innkeepers will gladly help
you find the best restaurant in town, point you to the most romantic spot in the nearby park,
and much more.
Most Bed & Breakfast innkeepers go out of their way to make sure your
stay provides some great memories. So if you have not experienced staying
at a B & B you should consider an adventurous weekend or one of the many
romantic packages that Bed & Breakfasts have to offer.
The Hotel Industry is constantly changing to meet the demands of todayís
traveller. You can now find hotels that are perfect for longer stays with full
kitchens, wireless Internet, and on-site laundry all at a great price.
Many include breakfast and complimentary papers.
The Boutique hotel is a term popularised in North America & the
United Kingdom usually describing intimate, usually luxurious or
quirky hotels. Boutique hotels differentiate themselves from larger
chain/branded hotels and motels by providing personalized accommodation
and services / facilities. Sometimes known as "design hotels" or "lifestyle hotels",
boutique hotels began appearing in the 1980s in major cities like London, New York
and San Fransico. Typically boutique hotels are furnished in a themed, stylish manner.
Although usually considerably smaller than mainstream hotels, often ranging from
3 to 100 guest rooms, some city-centre boutique hotels may have several hundred.
Boutique hotels are always individual and are therefore extremely unlikely to be
found amongs the homogenity of large chain hotel groups. Guest rooms and suites
may be fitted with telephones, Intenet, air-conditioning, and often cable/pay TV,
but equally may have none of these, focusing on quiet and comfort rather than gadgetry.
Guest services are often attended to by 24-hour hotel staff. Many boutique hotels
have on-site dining facilities, and the majority offer bars and lounges which may also
be open to the general public.
Boutique hotels have typically been unique properties operated by individuals
or companies with a small collection. There is some overlap between the concept
of a small boutique hotel and a Bed and Breakfast.
We are very fortunate to have many luxury hotels in British Columbia,
Arizona and Mexico and you have many choices when it comes to staying
at some of the Worlds best hotels while travelling to these areas.
You can choose from a heritage hotel to an all-inclusive in Mexico.
Many of the luxury hotels also offer golfing and other packages so if itís
a luxury hotel you are after just let us know and our team will do our best
to find the perfect match for your next trip.
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