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  1. Hospitality Industry The hospitality industry consists of a broad category of fields in the service industry. What are the Hospitality Sectors?

  2. Lodging *a place to sleep for one night or more. *Lodging properties vary from inexpensive, budget motels to expensive, luxury resorts.

  3. some classifications Downtown/ Commercial Hotels Airport Hotels

  4. Budget and Economy Lodging

  5. Extended Stay and Residential Properties

  6. Mid-range Full-service Properties

  7. Luxury and Resort Hotels

  8. Specialty Accommodations

  9. Food and Beverage *The service of meals, snacks, and drinks to travelers and guests in a variety of settings.

  10. some classifications Quick Service Restaurants

  11. Casual Dining

  12. Fine Dining

  13. *travel: to go from one place to another on a trip or journey. Travel & Tourism *tourism: the practice of traveling for pleasure.

  14. Planes, trains, & Automobiles . . .

  15. Promoters and providers of travel and tourism • *Travel agents *Rental car agencies • *Tour guides *Airlines • *Cruise ships *Train Stations • *Local visitor’s center *Internet sites • *Bus and subway • terminals • *Convention and Visitors • Bureau • *state, national, & • international tourism • bureaus

  16. some classifications *ecotourism: travel to remote and exotic locations with the intent to reduce the impact of travel on native populations and the environment.

  17. *heritage and cultural tourism: traveling to experience the places and activities that authentically represent people of the past and present.

  18. *pilgrimage: a journey to a sacred place or shrine.

  19. Pleasure Travel • Pleasure travel is done for rest and relaxation. • People do not even think about pleasure travel until all their basic needs are met, i.e., buy food, clothing, shelter, transportation to work, etc. PROPERTY OF PIMA COUNTY JTED, 2010

  20. Business Travel • Travel that is people do as part of their jobs. • The employer decides where employees go, and the employer pays for all the travel, food, and lodging expenses. PROPERTY OF PIMA COUNTY JTED, 2010

  21. Social & Cultural Impact of Tourism • The competitiveness of international destinations is based on such attributes as… • Service quality / Value for the price • Safety & Security • Entertainment • Weather and natural environment • Political stability is also important in determining the desirability of an international destination. PROPERTY OF PIMA COUNTY JTED, 2010

  22. Hospitality Transportation 22 PROPERTY OF PIMA COUNTY JTED, 2010

  23. Key Terms • Ferryboat: a commercial service with boats for transporting persons, automobiles, etc., across a small body of water. • Itinerary: a detailed plan for a journey, ( a list of places to visit; plan of travel). • Destination: the place to which a person or thing travels or is sent 23 PROPERTY OF PIMA COUNTY JTED, 2010

  24. Modes of Transportation 24 PROPERTY OF PIMA COUNTY JTED, 2010

  25. Travel Itinerary • Writing a travel itinerary is a great planning tool. • The itinerary starts from the first thing you do in the morning of the first day that you travel. • It includes breaks for meals, bus time, activity time. • An itinerary is really a daily schedule for your travel days. 25 PROPERTY OF PIMA COUNTY JTED, 2010

  26. Helpful Websites • Triple A (AAA)- Membership, discounts, roadside assistance • Fodors- Travel books • Trip Advisor • Rand McNally-Maps • Taxi Fare Finder • Travel Math 26 PROPERTY OF PIMA COUNTY JTED, 2010

  27. Key Terms • Chamber of Commerce: an association, primarily of people in business, to promote the commercial interests of an area. 27 PROPERTY OF PIMA COUNTY JTED, 2010

  28. Recreation *those activities which are chosen as being enjoyable, satisfying, interesting, or diverting to an individual or group.

  29. Outdoor activities

  30. Casino gaming

  31. Cultural & Educational