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Hotel - The Concept - October 12th, 2010

At the outset, we go through the concept of hotel. The common law says that, Hotel is a place where all who conduct, themselves properly and who being able and ready to pay for their entertainment, accommodation and other services including the boarding like a temporary home. It is home away from home where all the modern amenities and facilities are available on a payment basis.


The aforesaid viewpoints regarding the hotel clarify that hotel is a public place where all possible facilities are made available to a person or persons who stay. The facilities like entertainment, food, accommodation etc- thus become the core services of a hotel.


The definition presented by Stuart Mc Namara says, “Primarily and fundamentally, a hotel is an establishment which supplies boarding and lodging not engaged in inter-state commerces or in any intra-state commerce, competitive with or affecting inter-state commerce for so related that the regulation of one involves the control of other.



It is a quasi-domestic institution retaining from its ancient and origin certain traditions and acquiring in its modern development, certain statutory rights and obligations to the public where all persons not qualified by conditions or conduct are prepared to pay for their accommodation are to be received and furnished with a room or place to sleep or occupy if such accommodations are available with such services and attention as are incident to their use with or without contract as to duration of visit and which conducts within the confines of its physical locations the business of supplying personal services of individuals for profit- Incidental to such fundamental and principal business.


The hotel may furnish quarters and facilities for assemblage of people for social business or entertainment purposes and may engage in retaining portion of its premises for shops and businesses whose continuity (i.e., proximity) is deemed appropriate to a hotel.”
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At the outset, we go through the concept of hotel. The common law says that, Hotel is a place where all who conduct, themselves properly and who being able and ready to pay for their entertainment, accommodation and other services including the boarding like a temporary home. It is home away from home where all the modern amenities and facilities are available on a payment basis.


The aforesaid viewpoints regarding the hotel clarify that hotel is a public place where all possible facilities are made available to a person or persons who stay. The facilities like entertainment, food, accommodation etc- thus become the core services of a hotel.


The definition presented by Stuart Mc Namara says, Primarily and fundamentally, a hotel is an establishment which supplies boarding and lodging not engaged in inter-state commerces or in any intra-state commerce, competitive with or affecting inter-state commerce for so related that the regulation of one involves the control of other.



It is a quasi-domestic institution retaining from its ancient and origin certain traditions and acquiring in its modern development, certain statutory rights and obligations to the public where all persons not qualified by conditions or conduct are prepared to pay for their accommodation are to be received and furnished with a room or place to sleep or occupy if such accommodations are available with such services and attention as are incident to their use with or without contract as to duration of visit and which conducts within the confines of its physical locations the business of supplying personal services of individuals for profit- Incidental to such fundamental and principal business.


The hotel may furnish quarters and facilities for assemblage of people for social business or entertainment purposes and may engage in retaining portion of its premises for shops and businesses whose continuity (i.e., proximity) is deemed appropriate to a hotel.
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