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Real difference between a B&B and Hotel?

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7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months ago
Might be a silly question but new to me.
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7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months ago
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#1
usually about £80 per night
[mod]#2
Hotels do not always offer breakfast amongst other things...
#3
You wont find 10 hotels door to door in whitby run by old women.
#4
most b&b charge per person, whereas Hotel usually charge per room
banned#5
Is this a serious thread??
#6
liver
most b&b charge per person, whereas Hotel usually charge per room


Ah an easy explanation. So if I ordered a B&B for 3 nights I could leave my stuff in there.

See I don't use B&B's at all.
banned#7
B&B usually furnished with flowery carpets, curtains and bed linen. And No extras.
#8
Hotels are usually bigger and nicer than BnB's Adam. And as the first post says cost more generally too xx
#9
Adam2050
Ah an easy explanation. So if I ordered a B&B for 3 nights I could leave my stuff in there.

See I don't use B&B's at all.


if you rent a room hun you can leave your stuff in it until time to check out.

Dont leave anything important laying around though, like your wallet or passport as the maid will come in and clean.

Most hotels have a safe in the room you can lock valuables in.
suspended 1 Like #10
Oh dont stay in a b and b ....... they are awful i have stayed in 2 and they always smell a little musty i think
#11
Tinkytayls;6221307
Oh dont stay in a b and b ....... they are awful i have stayed in 2 and they always smell a little musty i think

You're just cheap :w00t:.
#12
Tinkytayls
Oh dont stay in a b and b ....... they are awful i have stayed in 2 and they always smell a little musty i think


they have added nail cuttings in the rug by the bed ;-)

No really though if he just wants a place to crash and leave his baggage a BnB will be fine...

If he wants somewhere nicer then pick a nice hotel xx
#13
http://www.businessdictionary.com/definition/hotel.html

b+b is more like someones home, you get breakfast in the morning. Some b+bs have times during the day you cant be in them, so would be able to leave your stuff but not really go back.
banned#14
kelly_o_fanatic
http://www.businessdictionary.com/definition/hotel.html

b+b is more like someones home, you get breakfast in the morning. Some b+bs have times during the day you cant be in them, so would be able to leave your stuff but not really go back.


Is that when they get their swinging friends over? Never heard of mod locking you out during the day.
#15
Lol, most dont but I have seen it on the tv before where they do, and my brother stayed in a few when he was looking for work in another part of the country, and some of those said they didnt want people in for a few hours in the day, was when they did cleaning and stuff
#16
I'm going to cornwall for a few days so mainly only somewhere to sleep and shower in the morning. 3 Star can't be to shabby surely?
#17
tinkerbell28
Usually a b&b is a bit like staying in someone elses house as you are most of the time, I find them a bit creepy and a bit personal tbh, I prefer to pay the extra and get a nice hotel, with room service.


+1
Totally agree, I feel like I am in someone elses home. If I were to stay in one, I would try and go for a bigger one. The breakfasts are lovely though in the ones I have been in :thumbsup:
1 Like #18
Adam2050
I'm going to cornwall for a few days so mainly only somewhere to sleep and shower in the morning. 3 Star can't be to shabby surely?


3 star should be fine hun xx

4/5 star are usually nice

1/2 not so...

3 star is equivalent to a nice version of a premier inn... you can find summin really reasonable for three stars xx
banned#19
Adam2050
I'm going to cornwall for a few days so mainly only somewhere to sleep and shower in the morning. 3 Star can't be to shabby surely?


A 3-star bed and breakfast....:-(:o:shock:
#21


what part of cornwall you thinking of staying in hun?

My Mums from there, I know Devon/Cornwall pretty well

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1 Like #22
tinkerbell28
Adam it depends what you are looking for, if you are visiting rellies or will be out and about all day/night then a b&b will be fine as you won't be there most of the time.

If you want a romantic break with the missus then forget it, as it will be like sleeping over at your parents house, but worse no snuggle time, plus you have to be nice to the slightly freaky owner and run the gauntlet of slightly odd "musty" people as you come in at night.
That's my experience with b&b's anyway:o


mine too tbh, but I have always stayed in smaller ones, I think there would be a difference if you stayed at a larger one, would feel more hotel like.
#23
tinkerbell28
Adam it depends what you are looking for, if you are visiting rellies or will be out and about all day/night then a b&b will be fine as you won't be there most of the time.

If you want a romantic break with the missus then forget it, as it will be like sleeping over at your parents house, but worse no snuggle time, plus you have to be nice to the slightly freaky owner and run the gauntlet of slightly odd "musty" people as you come in at night.
That's my experience with b&b's anyway:o


I wouldnt like to stay in either alone... but some people are more brave than me lol
#24
jellybaby22
b&b's might be cheaper but like others have said ..they are a bit.....emmm...creepy....never have I had to stay in a hotel and woke up in the middle of the night with the60 odd year old male owner...in my room....pretending to fix the heater whilst looking at me oddly...but it happened in a b&b in blackpool when I was 17.......scared me to death...never stayed in one since :lol:


I woulda screamed the place down babe lol!

Psycho nut job ;-)
#25
tinkerbell28
Lol hotels are good to stay in, most hotels are really good if you are a lone female, stuff like not putting you on the ground floor, double locked doors and they NEVER say your room number out loud.



All my experiences of b&b owners have been on the weird side, never again would I stay in one :lol:


Its still very freaky being in a room by yourself though... last time I was in a hotel room alone I began to feel the room itself was gonna come alive and eat me and I'd never escape lol!!

I should write movies :p
#26
Only problem with B&B's for me is that because they're mostly private the doors lock quite early sometimes which is no good when you're getting to your destination late or have been out nearly all day.

Plus I haven't known of a B&B as yet that has done rooms for £9 a night.
#27
Thanks for all your input guys
#28
I have stayed in some pretty bad hotels....initially look good but then yuk in rooms. Have also stayed in some really nice B&B places.

In areas where there is competition, eg the Lakes, there are some top class B&B's. Owners gave us a lot of space, delivered bfast to our room at no extra charge (they knew we were having a weekend away without kids).

Suppose it depends whether it's a holiday or business break. I am more relaxed on hols so happy to talk to owners and get to know the area. Business trips, just want to be in and out and bland hotel OK
#29
The ratings are a pretty good guide to the sort of accommodation etc you're likely to get.
We've only stayed in a few B&B's in the UK and basically they have fitted the decriptions. Some have been very nice and some we have found more basic but handy for e.g. before flying the next day.
The main differences between B&B and hotel in the UK is that hotels provide reception services and tend to be bigger and more expensive than B&B. Guest houses are an intermediate and I've only ever stayed in one and that was the one that fitted the descriptions of the creepy/run down establishments described above.
#30
tinkerbell28
I love having a hotel room to myself, am I odd :lol:


what do you do all by yourself hun? xx
#31
tinkerbell28
Usually it's going to meet hubby on his way back from places I like to drive the night before to the area I meet him so I am "there" I don't like long drives :)


oh but thats going to meet him, you're all happy and full of anticipation, that'd be lovely xx

Being completely alone with the room however is carp lol
#32
dcx_badass
Some B & Bs are really nice though.



I love it, in America I was in a different hotel for a week each time for 3 weeks, was fantastic, I loved having loads of space to chill in and nothing to worry about.


I'd be terrified lol xx
#33
dcx_badass
Why? It's a room not sleeping on the street.

I stayed here:
Ramada Hollywood Near Universal Studios
Edwardian San Francisco
Riviera Las Vegas


I'm not really one for being on my own... xx

Have always had people round me. Sibs, parents, friends, husband, kids... rarely spent a moment by myself my whole life lol

Glad you had a lovely time though xx
#34
dcx_badass
I was on my own for like 5 weeks I think, I just explored the area and things, didn't bother me at all being on my own.


horses for courses lol xxx

I feel abandoned if I'm left alone :oops:

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