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  • Extended Stay Hotel Case Study

    It will cost around $3.84 a month to run a gas grill if you use it an hour everyday. $80.00 is averagely spent by a single person on coffee in a monthly. Together these two extra perks amount to $83.84. All these food categories will cost the single personal around $228.60 bringing the all around total per month to $1,436.00 After adding up all these costs of living for a single person the total per month will come to around $1,436.00. Even with everything added in it still falls way short of the total monthly cost of living the almost same lifestyle at the Staybridge suites which would be around $3,678.30. That come to a total difference of $2,248.30 meaning one would have to pay almost double to live in this hotel rather than renting. After all my research it is obvious that it does not economically make sense to stay in an extended stay hotel rather than renting. With such a huge difference in the cost per month, the worth of staying at the hotel for a little over two months would be around the same cost of the six months in an apartment which is the average lease that is signed. This shows how being in an apartment rather than an extended stay hotel in West…

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  • Pearl Continental Hotel Case Study

    Pearl Continental Hotel Lahore Introduction: Pearl Continental Hotel is a hotel chain in Pakistan. It is owned and operated by Hashoo Group, which also owns Hotel One, a chain of budget hotels as well as Marriott Hotels in Islamabad and Karachi. When Hashoo Group acquired Pakistan Services Limited in 1958 it changed its name to Pearl Continental Hotel. It has properties in Lahore, Rawalpindi, Faisalabad, Karachi, Peshawar, Gwadar, Muzaffarabad and Bhurban. The Pearl Continental has honored of…

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  • Shalimar Hotel Case Study

    Shalimar Hotels is a chain of 4 star hotels which has hotels in Rawalpindi, Lahore, and Peshawar. This is a Pakistani, family owned business and is the leader in terms of market share in the 4 star hotel segment in the country. Typically, the chain’s hotels have >90 % occupancy in lean months and 100% occupancy in the holiday season with heavy advance bookings. Shalimar Hotels are appreciated by customers for their affordable room rates, excellent food (recently won The Asian Hotel Food…

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  • Oberoi Hotel Case Study

    1957. The first hotel, the Oberoi Intercontinental, now known as The Oberoi, was built in New Delhi, in 1965. In 1973, operations at the Oberoi Towers in Mumbai started. The brand started with its own printing press for in Delhi for in-house needs. The Oberoi made a subsequent entry in the airport services business by entering into a ten year contract with the International Airport’s Authority to operate all the snack bars and restaurants at the domestic and international terminals in Mumbai.…

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  • Hotel Marketing Case Study

    Ritz-Carlton, St. Regis Hotels & Resorts, JW Marriott, Westin, Courtyard, aloft, Marriott Hotels, Autograph Collection hotels, Four Points, Moxy Hotels, Edition, Sheraton, Design Hotels, SpringHill Suites, Marriott Executive Apartments, the Luxury Collection, Marriott Vacation Club, Renaissance Hotels, Protea Hotels, Residence Inn, BVLGARI Hotels & Resorts, Delta Hotels, Tribute Portfolio, Fairfield Inn&Suites, Towneplace Suites, W Hotels, LeMeridien, Gaylord Hotels, AC Hotels, and Element. •…

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  • Hilton Hotels Economic Factors

    d.), these generally, consists of a macro-environment comprised of elements such as the economic, the technological, the legal aspects, while, the micro-environment revolves around competitive forces. Hilton Hotels retain a position as one of the global leaders in the hospitality field as a part of the Hilton Worldwide web ten styles of…

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  • Quaker Oats: Branding Challenges: Quaker Oats

    expressly for this volume by the editor/s as well as the compilation itself. It does not cover the individual selections herein that first appeared elsewhere. Permission to reprint these has been obtained by Pearson Custom Publishing for this edition only. Further reproduction by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying and recording, or by any information storage or retrieval system, must be arranged with the individual copyright holders noted. This special edition…

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