Essential characteristics of Boutique Hotels

13 10 2012

Boutique hotels are here to stay because they give visitors a good design, a high standard of decoration and fittings and outstanding service, allowing them to relax and spend their time exploring and enjoying the destination rather than sorting out problems with the accommodation. Essential characters of a boutique hotel are:
Individuality– Boutique hotels are all different. Housed in a wide range of buildings or villas, they use design and architecture to create entirely individual structures and spaces that catch the attention and stimulate the senses. Whatever theme or style has been chosen, you’ll never stay in a boutique hotel that’s exactly the same as the last one you stayed in.

Style– Personality and style matter to these hotels. It’s what gives them their intimate atmosphere; their air of authenticity. Boutique hotels go for style that’s deliberately introduced and followed through to the smallest of details, resulting in all-round quality that’s really appreciated by the guests.

Service– Many other parts of the service industry could learn from boutique hotels. Their low guest numbers gives them the opportunity to shine when it comes to looking after residents, and their service is always discreet but immediate; helpful without pestering and always pleasant, never patronizing.

Quality– Discerning guests know quality when they see it; from the finest bed linen to the freshest ingredients. A boutique hotel takes the time to source materials, furnishings, fabrics and accessories of the finest quality, ensuring that guests are always experiencing comfort and style.

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Devraj Niwas is a prime boutique hotel in Jaipur that offer the traveler a true taste of luxury and service.

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