By James Smith
5 Nov 2012
While tens of thousands are displaced in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has requested 45 rooms in a “three-star or higher rated hotels or executive stays” as they believe the more expensive hotels “…can best meet the program’s event planning needed as well as have the experience in serving, hosting and accommodating high profile government employees and executives.”
Osama Bin Laden did quite well planning destruction in a cave.
But what is a three star hotel? And what about a 4 or 5 star hotel (which they will be more than gracious to accept!) From Business Dictionary
- A 3-Star hotel has more spacious rooms and adds high-class decorations and furnishings and color TV. It also offers one or more bars or lounges.
- A 4-Star hotel is much more comfortable and larger, and provides excellent cuisine (table d’hote and a la carte), room service, and other amenities.
- A 5-Star hotel offers most luxurious premises, widest range of guest services, as well as swimming pool and sport and exercise facilities.