Star system in hotels

Hotel categorization is the system under which it is proposed to unify the quality standards expected of them. For its part, the number of stars is a system whose main objective is to satisfy the requirements of various criteria requested from these establishments.

Among other particularities, the number of stars specifies the quality of the facilities in the rooms, restaurants, and bars, as well as the operation of the hotel and the availability of other additional services. The more stars a hotel has, the higher the quality standards in the services it offers.

1 star

Hotels that offer simple facilities with basic services. The hotel rooms are very small (from 8m²) and have a bed, wardrobe, nightstand, and sink. The bathroom may be located outside the room. The telephone is only at reception and the hotel may not have a restaurant or bar.

2 stars

Small rooms (from 9 m²). In addition to the basic furniture, the rooms have a private bathroom, telephone, and television. They usually include breakfast in the price of the stay. The hotel has a garage for its guests.

3 stars

Medium tourist category establishments. Rooms with bathroom, television, telephone, and air conditioning. The cleaning service offers daily linen change, as well as towels and general cleaning of the room. The hotel must offer closed parking to its clients, restaurant, laundry, and rental of recreational equipment.

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