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Hotel classification - art or science?



Hotel classification - art or science?



International Journal of Tourism Management 2(1): 18-29



Classification - the grouping together of hotels providing a given range of services and facilities - is an inexact science. There is little international standardisation and the distinction between availability and quality is too often blurred. The article reviews the growth of classification schemes and outlines benefits and disadvantages.

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DOI: 10.1016/0143-2516(81)90014-1



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