Monday, February 13, 2012

Tourists can now find comfort in Airport Hotels

With the rising popularity of luxury hotels, airport hotels are pushed to improve service standards and quality in their service. This means tourists will expect more from these hotels. And we’re hoping not to see blurry televisions this time. 

For seasoned tourists, staying in airport hotels can be beneficial. People who need to catch up with a connecting flight the next morning will surely find the convenience of spending the night in a nearby hotel. In fact, this is a perfect option for those who travel frequently for business trips.

In addition, cheaper packages are becoming more available these days. These packages are lesser than those only airport parking rates. Some packages are popularly called “Airport Hotel Park and Fly,” “Park and Fly,” Stay Park and Fly.”

A hotel in Canada is set to open a 171-room Courtyard and another 157-suite Residence Inn both by Marriott. The hotels are located 12 kilometres from the Calgary International Airport which offer convenient access for guests to downtown Calgary. The hotels are managed by Marriott International but owned by The Mitchell Group Alberta Inc.

The Courtyard was designed for business travellers. From the hotel lobby, you can immediately experience the luxury of the place.Vice President Janis Milham, said the branding of the Courtyard listens to what business travellers want during their stay. She acknowledges the guests’ need for control and choice with their amenities and services for a healthy balance between relaxing and working.

On the other hand, the Residence Inn is created as an all-suite hotel. It offers room for one bedroom, two bedroom, studio types. The Inn is good for longer days of stay from five nights or more. The rooms of this hotel are fully-equipped with kitchen and full-sized appliances with Internet access.
Senior Vice President Brian King said the Residence Inn hotel is a home away from home. The atmosphere gives a residential feel and comfort with the accommodations by the hotel. 

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