Different Accommodation Types Available for your Travels

When people go traveling, one of the most important things that they take into consideration is their accommodation. They need to find somewhere suitable depending on their location, number of people, and the length of the stay. This could also be determined by the amount of money that one has to spend. In this article, we are going to discuss different types of accommodations that are available for your travels.

Different Accommodation Types Available for your Travels

Hostels

Hostels are probably some of the cheapest accommodation options that you will find, and they often consist of rooms that you share with other people, including bunk beds. There are some options that come with private rooms, and in most cases, the amenities are also communal.  They usually present a great opportunity for meeting with new people, and some of them are in very good locations.

Common features

  • Shared rooms and facilities
  • No free toiletries
  • Towels for a fee
  • Affordable bed options
  • Social atmosphere
  • Free WiFi
  • 24-hour reception
  • Often good location
  • Mostly preferred by younger guests
  • Great for people that wish to connect with others

Guesthouses

These are mostly run by families and the guests are made to feel like they are at home. They often come with shared amenities like bathrooms and kitchens. Many of them offer homemade food and even tours of the location, at an extra fee.

Common features

  • Homely environment
  • Friendly staff, with them often being the owners
  • Cooking facilities
  • Fully equipped with bedroom and living space
  • Food options, including breakfast, lunch or dinner
  • WiFi access
  • Great for cultural stays

Apartments

These usually work for longer or permanent stays, and are the ultimate option for those that would like their own spaces. They often have great facilities, and there are those that even come furnished.

Common features

  • Modern and well equipped
  • Bedroom, kitchen and living spaces
  • Sometimes washing machines
  • WiFi access
  • Great for long stays

Hotels

These are usually grouped into stars based on the different services and facilities that they offer. This is also dependent on the country as not all start of different countries are the same. There is no universal authority to star them. They consist of rooms with bare essentials, and depending on the star of the hotel, they could offer different features and bigger rooms. Many come with pools, fitness and spa facilities, bars and multiple restaurants.

Common features

These could vary depending on the hotels, and it is vital to confirm at the time of booking.

  • Separate bedroom and bathroom
  • Varied room options
  • Living rooms (suites)
  • Restaurants and bars
  • WiFi access
  • Concierge
  • Butlers
  • Work Desks
  • TVs with multiple channels, movies, and more
  • Room service
  • 24 hour receptions
  • Well-equipped rooms including toiletries, bathrobes, coffee machines, and more
  • Pool and fitness facilities
  • Business and conference facilities
  • Great for week long holidays, weekend and also luxury breaks.

Peter & Adelaide – A tall residential development in The Entertainment District

Still on the issue of accommodations, I thought that we would do a review of some development condos that are under development right now. These are the Peter Adelaide condos based in the waterfront communities of Toronto. The development of the condos is by Graywood Development, and the project is scheduled to be completed by 2022. The residential development consists 695 units varying from 383 square feet to 1071 square feet. It is in two 16 and 47 storey towers, and comes located near all of the amenities necessary such as hospitals, schools, malls, and parks.

Highlights

  • Quick access to Toronto’s Entertainment and Theatre District
  • Steps to Roy Thompson Hall
  • Steps to Princess of Wales Theatre
  • Quick access to the TIFF Lightbox, home to the Toronto International Film Festival
  • Steps to numerous bars, coffee shops and restaurants
  • Steps to the Financial District
  • Steps to the PATH Network, accessible through Metro Hall
  • Quick access to the Subway at St. Andrew Subway Station

Building Amenities

Third Floor Amenities

  • Co-working and recreational room
  • Outdoor lounge
  • Outdoor fitness studio
  • Yoga studio
  • Fitness center
  • Infra-red sauna and treatment rooms
  • Demonstration kitchen
  • Private dining room
  • Party lounge
  • Terrace
  • Outdoor communal dining
  • Kids zone and arts & crafts

Seventeenth Floor Amenities

  • RooftoppPool
  • Cabanas
  • Lounge deck

Features & Finishes

Suites

  • Expansive ceiling 9′ heights on all floors in principal rooms
  • Sliding or swinging doors open onto the balcony or terrace
  • Laminate wood floors throughout with the exception of the bathroom(s) and laundry area which will feature ceramic tile flooring
  • Smooth painted ceilings in all areas
  • Interior walls and trim primed and painted in neutral color
  • Contemporary slab-style bedroom, bathroom and laundry door(s) with brushed chrome hardware
  • Sliding pre-finished doors on all closets
  • Vinyl coated wire shelving in all closet

Sophisticated Kitchen Features

  • Custom-styled kitchen cabinetry in a selection of door finishes
  • Quartz surface countertop and backsplash
  • Single bowl stainless steel sink
  • Single lever deck mounted faucet, set with black finish, pull-out spray
  • Integrated 24″ European-style appliances: refrigerator, cooktop, electric oven, built-in dishwasher and over-the-range microwave
  • Exhaust fan vented to the exterior

Summary

Those are some of the different accommodation options for travelers and even for those that would actually like to buy or rent. It all depends on your length of stay. If you travel to Toronto, for example, and discover that you’re in love with the city and decide to stay, you might want to take a look at developments like Peter & Adelaide.