UK Hotels Guide
Hotels offer shelter and a place for travellers to lay their heads while away from their homes. Hotels come in many shapes and sizes and there are different options for all budgets. Hotel rooms are paid for on a nightly basis.
Travellers can book hotels online through online sites such as Expedia and Travelocity or simply walk into the lobby of a hotel and enquire about vacancies.
Most hotels require a credit card to reserve a room but some accept cash as payment. Short-term lodging of a week or less is offered by hotels.
Hotels provide lodgers with services such as clean bed linens, clean towels, maid service daily and amenities such as soap, shampoo and in some cases irons.
Furniture in a hotel room will normally include: a double or single bed, television, bedside table and a place to hang clothing. Most modern hotel rooms are en-suite and offer guests a bath/shower, toilet and sink.
The more a person pays for a hotel room, the more services he can expect. Some hotels offer room service which allows travellers to order from a room service menu and have the meal delivered to their room.