Presentation on theme: "By teacher Angela Carvalho Araújo/2010 TOP NOTCH 2A – UNIT 3."— Presentation transcript:
By teacher Angela Carvalho Araújo/2010 TOP NOTCH 2A – UNIT 3
Places to stay when traveling InnInn Youth hostelsYouth hostels Bed & BreakfastBed & Breakfast HotelsHotels
Youth Hostels Supervised shelter providing inexpensive overnight lodging, particularly for young people. Often located in historic areas, hostels range from simple farmhouses to hotels able to house several hundred people. Guests often cook their own meals, make their own beds, and do other chores. Hostels place limits on the length of stay and formerly set a maximum-age limit for guests.
Youth Hostels The hosteling movement was founded by Richard Schirrmann, a German schoolteacher. He was concerned about the health of young people breathing polluted air in industrial cities. Common in Germany in the early 1900s, they spread through Europe and other parts of the world after World War I.
Bed & Breakfast Inns Inns are generally establishments or buildings where travelers can seek lodging and, usually, food and drink. They are typically located in the country or along a highway.lodgingfooddrink Date back from Romans time in Europe. Because of the system of Roman Roads built two millennia ago.
HOTEL FACILITIES/ Amenities BUSINESS CENTER SAUNA BEDROOM Poolside bar Cocktail bar Parking Convention center Elevator Car rental Public area Beauty/Barber salon Play area Medical service
Rooms Double room Single room Bathroom King-size bed Ocean front room Triple room Quadruple room Standard Luxury Crib Sleeping couch Extra bed/ spare bed Room with a balcony Room with a sea view Room with a garden view Adjoining room
24 hour service Airconditioning Children bed Dogs allowed Elevators Hair dryer Internet Access Laundry Minibar in the room Private bath Restaurant Room safe Room service Telephone in the room TV in the room BUNK BED TWIN BED ROLLAWAY BED
BELLHOP, BELLBOY OR BELLMANCONCIERGE WAITER RECEPTIONIST DOORMENTELEPHONE OPERATOR HOTEL MAID chambermaid OCCUPATIONS
More Occupations There is the –Cashier –Chef –Cook –Maintenance man –Order taker –Waitress –Valet –Laundry valet
Hotel Services Room service Minibar Internet access Limousine Photocopies Coffee Shop Shoe shine overnight service Local and overseas calls –Collect call (the receiver pays for it) Housekeeping –Make up the room –Make the beds –Pick up the laundry –Bring up something (magazines, newspaper, etc) –Take away the dishes –Turn down the beds
Toiletries and other items HangersTowels Hair dryer
VERBS Check in – when you arrive at the hotel Check out – when you leave the hotel Bring up – when you need to have sth in the room Take away – when you dont want sth in your room Make up – to clean the room Pick up – to pick up sm or sth to clean, to wash etc, and bring it back. Turn down the beds – to fold back bedcovers and put some mint or chocolate on your pillow Turn down service – replenish your toiletries, minibar, change wet towells, etc.