Hotels: Beds, Pull-Out Couches and Other Hotel Furnishings

  • 3 Unique Accommodation Options In Tokyo

    27 February 2015

    Tokyo, the capital city of Japan, is a must-visit destination, and for people in Australia, the city is extremely easy to get to with many direct flights connecting to major Australian cities such as Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane. As when you travel to any new destination, it can be a great idea to undertake some research about Tokyo before visiting so you know the lay of the land. It's particularly important to understand the accommodation options in this city because there are many options outside of booking a hotel online.

  • Are Serviced Apartments the Right Accommodation Choice for You?

    26 February 2015

    A serviced apartment is a hybrid of a traditional hotel room and a self-catered holiday rental. The apartment has a kitchen and appliances, but is still regularly serviced by cleaning staff and linen and towels are provided. Usually, serviced apartments will be in a complex with hotel-like facilities, such as a central lobby with concierge or the use of a gym and pool. For many people, this is the perfect accommodation.

  • Selecting The Right Accommodation For Your Needs

    30 December 2014

    There are many different types and styles of accommodation which serve the needs of people on vacation, people who are on a business trip, or people visiting a city for a day who require an overnight stay. It is important to select the correct accommodation which provides you with as many services as possible for your money. Many established hotels are available in most major cities around the world, but do not always offer that 'home from home' feeling.

  • Heading For Australia? Three Cities Where The Hotels Match Their City's Distinctive Personality

    8 December 2014

    If a business trip or a vacation has you travelling to any of these three cities, you'll find that the local hotels do their best to mirror their city's personality. These are modest sized cities, not huge metro areas like Sydney or Melbourne. But, you will still find first rate city hotels with impeccable furnishings and excellent customer service. Bunbury, Western Australia Sitting near the southwestern tip of the continent, Bunbury, Western Australia, is an old mining town that was founded in the early 1800s.

  • Book Your Hotels On the Move To Save Money

    19 November 2014

    If your holiday is a trip that takes in several different places, you can make your money stretch further by booking hotels online while your holiday is in progress.  Start with some security Book your first night's accommodation before you set off. Spontaneity may be fun, but on the first day of your holiday, it's important to keep stress to a minimum. If you're worrying about booking your first hotel, you might not enjoy the start of your trip as much as you would like.

  • How to do classic pub meals – with an all new twist

    31 October 2014

    Thinking about starting up or wanting to buy a pub in Australia? You'll be needing great booze, a sunny beer garden and, of course, a classic pub menu. But a successful pub venture is going to take a bit of extra consideration. Times have changed a little, and while a traditional pub meal is still popular, they've been adapted slightly. Let's take a look at the good old-fashioned meals that people are still eating and the little twists that keep them hot.

  • Heading for the Great Barrier Reef? Motels in Townsville Offer a More Laid Back Vacation Experience

    20 October 2014

    If you're headed to the Great Barrier Reef and prefer staying in a fairly laid-back town, you might consider booking your motel in Townsville. You can find properties within steps of the sand, in the downtown core or along the Ross River. Townsville Basics Townsville is the second largest city along the Sunshine Coast, following Brisbane. The waterfront town fronts Cleveland Bay. The Ross River runs through the middle of the area.