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Let's do a revision about Room Tariff.

What a different bases of charging the room rent?

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17 comments:

NURUL ATHIRAH said...

(I) Fixed Check Out Time Basis:

In this system a particular time of the day is fixed as check in/out time. It may be either 10.00 hrs or 12 noon. Mostly hotels follow 1200 hours check in/out time. This is advantage to our hotels as it earns more revenue for the hotel.
(II) Twenty Four Hours Check out Time Basis:

In this system the guest is charged according to the time of arrival that means that one day is calculated from the time he arrives in hotel till the same time next day
(III) Night Basis:

In this system guest is charged according to the number of nights he spent in the hotel. This system is usually found in resort hotels. In order to calculate night basis charges the guest should have stayed for a minimum period of nights
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Anonymous said...

(I) Fixed Check Out Time Basis:

In this system a particular time of the day is fixed as check in/out time. It may be either 10.00AM or 12 noon. Mostly hotels follow 1200 hours check in/out time. This is advantage to our hotels as it earns more revenue for the hotel.

(II) Twenty Four Hours Check out Time Basis:

In this system the guest is charged according to the time of arrival that means that one day is calculated from the time he arrives in hotel until the same time on the next day

(III) Night Basis:

In this system guest is charged according to the number of nights he or she spent in the hotel. This system is usually found in resort hotels. In order to calculate night basis charges the guest should have stayed for a minimum period of nights.

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eli nana said...

Difference bases of charging the room rent.

(I) Fixed Check Out Time Basis:

In this system a particular time of the day is fixed as check in/out time. It may be either 10.00hours or 12 noon. Mostly the hotels follow 1200 hours check in/out time. This is advantage to our hotels as it earns more revenue for the hotel.

It has a major disadvantage of losing its goodwill as the customers are not satisfied with the billing. For example suppose a guest checks in at 10.00 hours of 17th.

November and checks out at 1400 hours of 18th November and the check-out time is 12 Noon, then he will be charged for 3 days. Thus we see that even though he is staying for just one day and 4 hours but he is charged for 3 days.

(II) Twenty Four Hours Check out Time Basis:

In this system the guest is charged according to the time of arrival that means that one day is calculated from the time he arrives in hotel till the same time next day. This is advantageous to the guest but earns less revenue to the hotel, for example let us consider same example as given above through this system he will be charged only for 2 days.

(III) Night Basis:

In this system guest is charged according to the number of nights he spent in the hotel. This system is usually found in resort hotels. In order to calculate night basis charges the guest should have stayed for a minimum period of nights. For example suppose a guest checks in 10.00 hours on 17th November and checks out at 14.00 hours on 25th Nov. then he will be charged for 8 nights.

(IV) Day Rate Or Day Used Rate Basis:

It is another form evolved from night basis and room rent in charged for maximum 6 hours including in the stay which is never overnight.

(Raihan F1011)

Fatin Najihah said...

(I) Fixed Check Out Time Basis:

- A particular time of the day is fixed as check in/out time. It may be either 10.00hrs or 12 noon. Mostly the hotels follow 1200 hours check in/out time.

(II) Twenty Four Hours Check out Time Basis:

- The guest is charged according to the time of arrival that means that one day is calculated from the time he arrives in hotel till the same time next day.

(III) Night Basis:

- Guest is charged according to the number of nights he spent in the hotel. This system is usually found in resort hotels. In order to calculate night basis charges the guest should have stayed for a minimum period of nights.

(IV) Day Rate Or Day Used Rate Basis:

- It is another form evolved from night basis and room rent in charged for maximum 6 hours including in the stay which is never overnight.

Fatin Najihah Binti Mohd Azmi ( F1007)

sulianasalleh said...

(I) Fixed Check Out Time Basis:

In this system a particular time of the day is fixed as check in/out time. It may be either 10.00 hrs or 12 noon. Mostly the hotels follow 1200 hours check in/out time. This is advantage to our hotels as it earns more revenue for the hotel.

It has a major disadvantage of losing its goodwill as the customers are not satisfied with the billing. For example suppose a guest checks in at 10.00 hrs of 17th.

November and checks out at 1400 hrs of 18th November and the check-out time is 12 Noon, then he will be charged for 3 days. Thus we see that even though he is staying for just one day and 4 hours but he is charged for 3 days.

(II) Twenty Four Hours Check out Time Basis:

In this system the guest is charged according to the time of arrival that means that one day is calculated from the time he arrives in hotel till the same time next day. This is advantageous to the guest but earns less revenue to the hotel, for example let us consider same example as given above through this system he will be charged only for 2 days.

(III) Night Basis:

In this system guest is charged according to the number of nights he spent in the hotel. This system is usually found in resort hotels. In order to calculate night basis charges the guest should have stayed for a minimum period of nights. For example suppose a guest checks in 10.00 hrs on 17th November and checks out at 14.00 hrs on 25th Nov. then he will be charged for 8 nights.

(IV) Day Rate Or Day Used Rate Basis:

It is another form evolved from night basis and room rent in charged for maximum 6 hours including in the stay which is never overnight.

suliana binti mohamad salleh
F1027

Eriniey Chee said...
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eyqin ashyikin said...

Basis of Charging of Room Rent depends on the following factors-

(I) Fixed Check Out Time Basis:

In this system a particular time of the day is fixed as check in/out time. It may be either 10.00 hrs or 12 noon. Mostly the hotels follow 1200 hours check in/out time. This is advantage to our hotels as it earns more revenue for the hotel.

It has a major disadvantage of losing its goodwill as the customers are not satisfied with the billing. For example suppose a guest checks in at 10.00 hrs of 17th.

November and checks out at 1400 hrs of 18th November and the check-out time is 12 Noon, then he will be charged for 3 days. Thus we see that even though he is staying for just one day and 4 hours but he is charged for 3 days.

(II) Twenty Four Hours Check out Time Basis:

In this system the guest is charged according to the time of arrival that means that one day is calculated from the time he arrives in hotel till the same time next day. This is advantageous to the guest but earns less revenue to the hotel, for example let us consider same example as given above through this system he will be charged only for 2 days.

(III) Night Basis:

In this system guest is charged according to the number of nights he spent in the hotel. This system is usually found in resort hotels. In order to calculate night basis charges the guest should have stayed for a minimum period of nights. For example suppose a guest checks in 10.00 hrs on 17th November and checks out at 14.00 hrs on 25th Nov. then he will be charged for 8 nights.

(IV) Day Rate Or Day Used Rate Basis:

It is another form evolved from night basis and room rent in charged for maximum 6 hours including in the stay which is never overnight.



ashyikin ali (1032)

Eriniey Chee said...

The different bases of charging the room rent are:


I) Fixed Check Out Time Basis:

In this system a particular time of the day is fixed as check in/out time. It may be either 10.00 hrs or 12 noon. Mostly the hotels follow 1200 hours check in/out time. This is advantage to our hotels as it earns more revenue for the hotel.

It has a major disadvantage of losing its goodwill as the customers are not satisfied with the billing. For example suppose a guest checks in at 10.00 hrs of 17th.

November and checks out at 1400 hrs of 18th November and the check-out time is 12 Noon, then he will be charged for 3 days. Thus we see that even though he is staying for just one day and 4 hours but he is charged for 3 days.

(II) Twenty Four Hours Check out Time Basis:

In this system the guest is charged according to the time of arrival that means that one day is calculated from the time he arrives in hotel till the same time next day. This is advantageous to the guest but earns less revenue to the hotel, for example let us consider same example as given above through this system he will be charged only for 2 days.

(III) Night Basis:
In this system guest is charged according to the number of nights he spent in the hotel. This system is usually found in resort hotels. In order to calculate night basis charges the guest should have stayed for a minimum period of nights. For example suppose a guest checks in 10.00 hrs on 17th November and checks out at 14.00 hrs on 25th Nov. then he will be charged for 8 nights.

(IV) Day Rate Or Day Used Rate Basis:
It is another form evolved from night basis and room rent in charged for maximum 6 hours including in the stay which is never overnight.



(V) Location
The location of hotel also plays an important role in determining the room tariff. Hotels in city or business centre , near places of tourists interest or on scenic locales like beach of Goa would have a higher tariff.

nur mas ernie ----> f1037

Anonymous said...

Tariff is the rate or charges offered to the guest by the hotel for the use of different facilities and services during their stay. Commonly, tariff is a charge of rooms and other facilities. Room charge may include meal or breakfast depending upon the plan as per the guest choices. Prices of hotel services are mentioned in a card known as a 'tariff card'. It is the card containing the rates charged by the hotel for accomodation.below listed factor are the basis of charging room rates:
The 24 hours: in this basis, the room is charged for the stay 24 hours. if a guest arrives at 9.00 am today, the room charge will cover until 9.00 am tomorrow. If the guest leaves few hour earlier, no concession is given
The 12.00 noon : mostly, 12.00 noon is a particular time of check-in and check out for all the guest.Hotel day begins at this time.
The nightly basis : Here, the charge is fixed, according to the night spent in the hotel.If the guest stays from 10.00 am the next day, the guest is charged for one night or a day.
-NOOR AZRINA BT ABDULLAH-(19DUP12F1004)

harris fitri said...

(I) Fixed Check Out Time Basis:

In this system a particular time of the day is fixed as check in/out time. It may be either 10.00 hrs or 12 noon. Mostly hotels follow 1200 hours check in/out time. This is advantage to our hotels as it earns more revenue for the hotel.
(II) Twenty Four Hours Check out Time Basis:

In this system the guest is charged according to the time of arrival that means that one day is calculated from the time he arrives in hotel till the same time next day
(III) Night Basis:

In this system guest is charged according to the number of nights he spent in the hotel. This system is usually found in resort hotels. In order to calculate night basis charges the guest should have stayed for a minimum period of nights

Anonymous said...

Tariff is the rate or charges offered to the guest by the hotel for the use of different facilities and services during their stay. Commonly, tariff is a charge of rooms and other facilities. Room charge may include meal or breakfast depending upon the plan as per the guest choices. Prices of hotel services are mentioned in a card known as a 'tariff card'. It is the card containing the rates charged by the hotel for accomodation.below listed factor are the basis of charging room rates:
The 24 hours: in this basis, the room is charged for the stay 24 hours. if a guest arrives at 9.00 am today, the room charge will cover until 9.00 am tomorrow. If the guest leaves few hour earlier, no concession is given
The 12.00 noon : mostly, 12.00 noon is a particular time of check-in and check out for all the guest.Hotel day begins at this time.
The nightly basis : Here, the charge is fixed, according to the night spent in the hotel.If the guest stays from 10.00 am the next day, the guest is charged for one night or a day.
-RASYIDAH BINTI MOHAMAD SALLEH-(19DUP12F1003)

Farah Fain said...

Basis of Charging of Room Rent depends on the following factors-

(I) Fixed Check Out Time Basis:

In this system a particular time of the day is fixed as check in/out time. It may be either 10.00 hrs or 12 noon. Mostly the hotels follow 1200 hours check in/out time. This is advantage to our hotels as it earns more revenue for the hotel.

It has a major disadvantage of losing its goodwill as the customers are not satisfied with the billing. For example suppose a guest checks in at 10.00 hrs of 17th.

November and checks out at 1400 hrs of 18th November and the check-out time is 12 Noon, then he will be charged for 3 days. Thus we see that even though he is staying for just one day and 4 hours but he is charged for 3 days.

(II) Twenty Four Hours Check out Time Basis:

In this system the guest is charged according to the time of arrival that means that one day is calculated from the time he arrives in hotel till the same time next day. This is advantageous to the guest but earns less revenue to the hotel, for example let us consider same example as given above through this system he will be charged only for 2 days.

(III) Night Basis:

In this system guest is charged according to the number of nights he spent in the hotel. This system is usually found in resort hotels. In order to calculate night basis charges the guest should have stayed for a minimum period of nights. For example suppose a guest checks in 10.00 hrs on 17th November and checks out at 14.00 hrs on 25th Nov. then he will be charged for 8 nights.

(IV) Day Rate Or Day Used Rate Basis:

It is another form evolved from night basis and room rent in charged for maximum 6 hours including in the stay which is never overnight.

(V) Food Plans:

-NUR FARAH NABILA BINTI ZAILANI-
(F1026)

sofeanara said...

I) Fixed Check Out Time Basis:

In this system a particular time of the day is fixed as check in/out time. It may be either 10.00 hrs or 12 noon. Mostly the hotels follow 1200 hours check in/out time. This is advantage to our hotels as it earns more revenue for the hotel.

It has a major disadvantage of losing its goodwill as the customers are not satisfied with the billing. For example suppose a guest checks in at 10.00 hrs of 17th.

November and checks out at 1400 hrs of 18th November and the check-out time is 12 Noon, then he will be charged for 3 days. Thus we see that even though he is staying for just one day and 4 hours but he is charged for 3 days.

(II) Twenty Four Hours Check out Time Basis:

In this system the guest is charged according to the time of arrival that means that one day is calculated from the time he arrives in hotel till the same time next day. This is advantageous to the guest but earns less revenue to the hotel, for example let us consider same example as given above through this system he will be charged only for 2 days.

(III) Night Basis:
In this system guest is charged according to the number of nights he spent in the hotel. This system is usually found in resort hotels. In order to calculate night basis charges the guest should have stayed for a minimum period of nights. For example suppose a guest checks in 10.00 hrs on 17th November and checks out at 14.00 hrs on 25th Nov. then he will be charged for 8 nights.

(IV) Day Rate Or Day Used Rate Basis:
It is another form evolved from night basis and room rent in charged for maximum 6 hours including in the stay which is never overnight.

ANIS SOFIANI BT ABD GHANI (1033)

Anonymous said...

I) Fixed Check Out Time Basis:

In this system a particular time of the day is fixed as check in/out time. It may be either 10.00 hrs or 12 noon. Mostly the hotels follow 1200 hours check in/out time. This is advantage to our hotels as it earns more revenue for the hotel.

It has a major disadvantage of losing its goodwill as the customers are not satisfied with the billing. For example suppose a guest checks in at 10.00 hrs of 17th.

November and checks out at 1400 hrs of 18th November and the check-out time is 12 Noon, then he will be charged for 3 days. Thus we see that even though he is staying for just one day and 4 hours but he is charged for 3 days.

(II) Twenty Four Hours Check out Time Basis:

In this system the guest is charged according to the time of arrival that means that one day is calculated from the time he arrives in hotel till the same time next day. This is advantageous to the guest but earns less revenue to the hotel, for example let us consider same example as given above through this system he will be charged only for 2 days.

(III) Night Basis:
In this system guest is charged according to the number of nights he spent in the hotel. This system is usually found in resort hotels. In order to calculate night basis charges the guest should have stayed for a minimum period of nights. For example suppose a guest checks in 10.00 hrs on 17th November and checks out at 14.00 hrs on 25th Nov. then he will be charged for 8 nights.

(IV) Day Rate Or Day Used Rate Basis:
It is another form evolved from night basis and room rent in charged for maximum 6 hours including in the stay which is never overnight.

MOHAMAD FUDHAIL BIN ABDUL RAZAK (1041)

Anonymous said...

I) Fixed Check Out Time Basis:

In this system a particular time of the day is fixed as check in/out time. It may be either 10.00 hrs or 12 noon. Mostly the hotels follow 1200 hours check in/out time. This is advantage to our hotels as it earns more revenue for the hotel.

It has a major disadvantage of losing its goodwill as the customers are not satisfied with the billing. For example suppose a guest checks in at 10.00 hrs of 17th.The 24 hours: in this basis, the room is charged for the stay 24 hours. if a guest arrives at 9.00 am today, the room charge will cover until 9.00 am tomorrow. If the guest leaves few hour earlier, no concession is given
The 12.00 noon : mostly, 12.00 noon is a particular time of check-in and check out for all the guest.Hotel day begins at this time.
The nightly basis : Here, the charge is fixed, according to the night spent in the hotel.If the guest stays from 10.00 am the next day, the guest is charged for one night or a day.

Anonymous said...

I) Fixed Check Out Time Basis:

In this system a particular time of the day is fixed as check in/out time. It may be either 10.00 hrs or 12 noon. Mostly the hotels follow 1200 hours check in/out time. This is advantage to our hotels as it earns more revenue for the hotel.

It has a major disadvantage of losing its goodwill as the customers are not satisfied with the billing. For example suppose a guest checks in at 10.00 hrs of 17th.The 24 hours: in this basis, the room is charged for the stay 24 hours. if a guest arrives at 9.00 am today, the room charge will cover until 9.00 am tomorrow. If the guest leaves few hour earlier, no concession is given
The 12.00 noon : mostly, 12.00 noon is a particular time of check-in and check out for all the guest.Hotel day begins at this time.
The nightly basis : Here, the charge is fixed, according to the night spent in the hotel.If the guest stays from 10.00 am the next day, the guest is charged for one night or a day. (NORHAFIZAH BT RAHMAT 19DUP12F1009)

prim said...

Basis of Charging of Room Rent depends on the following factors-

(I) Fixed Check Out Time Basis:

In this system a particular time of the day is fixed as check in/out time. It may be either 10.00 hrs or 12 noon. Mostly the hotels follow 1200 hours check in/out time. This is advantage to our hotels as it earns more revenue for the hotel.

It has a major disadvantage of losing its goodwill as the customers are not satisfied with the billing. For example suppose a guest checks in at 10.00 hrs of 17th.

November and checks out at 1400 hrs of 18th November and the check-out time is 12 Noon, then he will be charged for 3 days. Thus we see that even though he is staying for just one day and 4 hours but he is charged for 3 days.

(II) Twenty Four Hours Check out Time Basis:

In this system the guest is charged according to the time of arrival that means that one day is calculated from the time he arrives in hotel till the same time next day. This is advantageous to the guest but earns less revenue to the hotel, for example let us consider same example as given above through this system he will be charged only for 2 days.

(III) Night Basis:

In this system guest is charged according to the number of nights he spent in the hotel. This system is usually found in resort hotels. In order to calculate night basis charges the guest should have stayed for a minimum period of nights. For example suppose a guest checks in 10.00 hrs on 17th November and checks out at 14.00 hrs on 25th Nov. then he will be charged for 8 nights.

(IV) Day Rate Or Day Used Rate Basis:

It is another form evolved from night basis and room rent in charged for maximum 6 hours including in the stay which is never overnight.