The grand staircase was the best feature of the ship. It was built through seven decks of the ship and had a dome glass top that showed natural light. It lead the way to the entrance halls like the First Class Reception Room, and the main meeting area
Bentley Hotel The Bentley Hotel is a large (720-room), four-star hotel located in the heart of a major US city, close to many other hotels, restaurants, and shops. It offers a complete range of services, including restaurant, lounge, room service, gift shop, pool, spa, meeting and banquet facilities, business center, and valet service. Its four-star rating indicates the range and quality of these services: the world’s elite hotels are five-star. The hotel is housed in a 32-story building on a one-acre lot, with an adjacent parking garage. The Bentley was built in 1985 by a consortium of local investors.
Rosewood Hotels Abstract Rosewood Hotel was founded in 1979 and was notoriously known for converting existing hotels into distinct, luxurious hotel settings. Each location is designed to reflect a unique culture and atmosphere thus creating an exclusive experience at each property. Every hotel is individually branded by its hotel name rather then by its corporate name. This strategy has worked well for many years as shown by the results of a prominent reputation and a specific customer market. Now that the luxury hotel market is becoming quite crowded, the new CEO/President and Vice President of Sales and Marketing, John Scott and Robert Boulogne respectively, are finding it more difficult to compete with corporate branding such as the Ritz Carlton and Four Seasons hotel.
Inside the amazing royal home is a great amount of detail and luxury. Ivory and gold are embedded and sculpted in the ceilings and walls of this magnificent masterpiece. The Armorial Hall has high vaulted ceilings with lavishing three tiered chandeliers hanging throughout the room. Balconies with golden fences outline the upper walls of the hall with straight and long columns holding up the balcony floors. Tall arches make the doorways with angels sculpted on either side.
Burj Khalifa is not only the tallest building in the world but it is also ranked above the CN Tower as it is the tallest free-standing structure in the world. The total cost for constructing this Skyscraper was US $1.5 billion. The developers are Emaar Properties and it is designed by Skidmore, Owings, and Merrill. According to the statistics, Burj Khalifa has more than 160 stories, it is the tallest building, it is the tallest free standing structure, it has the highest number of stories, it has highest occupied floor, it has highest outdoor observation deck, it has elevator with the longest travel distance, and it has the tallest service elevator in the world. The Burj Khalifa is specially designed to conquer the wind, a goal that becomes more and more important as altitude increases.
Montreal is close to several major U.S. cities and costs are reasonable. As well, travellers regard Montreal as a little foreign and exotic, but safer than many other major cities. In 2004, the Montreal Tourist Magazine bestowed the best mid-scale independent hotel award to the GR Montreal Hotel. Toronto, which is Canada’s most populous city and Ontario’s economic centre, has seen significant growth since 1990. GR’s head office and central booking centre is located in the Toronto hotel building.
Houses In Montreal In Montreal there are mostly Row Houses, Semi-Detached Houses, Detached Houses, and Apartments. Montreal is a city of renters and it is the largest rental market in Canada. A row house in Montreal, more commonly known today as a townhouse, can either be a single-family cottage, a two-story duplex or a three-story triplex. Row Houses mostly have architectural details such as sculpted mansard roofs, arched entrances, porches, and stained glass windows. More elaborate dwellings have richly ornate and unique interiors with features like built-in cupboards, armoires, mantlepieces, and bevelled glass doors.
Introduction Earmarked as one of the top 100 companies to work for is a feat in itself; with the current economy on the brink of disaster it is a challenge just staying in business. However, companies such as the Marriott and Intuit have managed to stay focused on the task and effectively maintain loyalty with both its workforce and its customers. Marriott International Inc– Is a lodging company that started as a rootbeer stand by J. Willard Marriott and his wife in 1927 in Washington DC; the company eventually expanded to worldwide operations and franchisor with a broad portfolio in hotels and related lodging facilities. According to M2 Presswire (2009), “[Marriott] employs about 151,000 people. The company recorded revenues of $12,990 million during the financial year (FY) ended December 2007, an increase of 8.3% over 2006.
Case: Kimpton Hotels’ EarthCare program Kimpton’s founder, Bill Kimpton, is credited with inventing the “boutique” hotel segment in 1981. By 2005, Kimpton Hotels was comprised of 39 hotels throughout North America and Canada. Each one designed to create a unique and exceptional guest experience. Kimpton was known for designing hotels that reflected the energy and personality of their distinct locations. The company’s top executives realized that uniting its hotel portfolio under a single recognizable brand could add considerable value.
Canary Wharf Group plc (CWG) is an integrated property development, investment and management group of companies. It has achieved one of the greatest feats of civic transformation – developing previously derelict docklands into over 15 million square feet of office, retail and leisure space across its iconic business and shopping district in inner London. In the last two decades it has developed more top-quality office space in London than any other company, helping to position the capital as one of the best places in the world to locate a business. Canary Wharf’s 35 completed buildings, including three shopping malls, are occupied by many of the world’s best companies employing 95,000 people in a diverse range of industries. CWG has successfully delivered several projects away from Canary Wharf, including in the City of London.