What is the meaning / definition of Limited Service Hotel?

The term limited service hotel, is used to describe budget-friendly hotels that offer accommodation without a food and beverage component like a restaurant.

These hotels may have amenities such as business centre, fitness room, pool, guest laundry facilities or more. Areas where a guest may eat or cook their own meals are BBQ areas, communal kitchens or near-by restaurants.

Some popular example of limited service hotels are brands like Comfort Inn, Holiday Inn Express, Hampton Inn or Super 8. These hotels are targeted by leisure and commercial travellers who are more price conscious during their travel. The majority of the hotels in this category are priced at $75 (US) a night.

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