When choosing a hotel or hotel, the traveler often encounters many strange and incomprehensible notations. In particular, the types of food in hotels are usually denoted by two or three Latin letters. These designations are deciphered as abbreviations from English phrases in which the meaning of the type of food offered by the hotel lies.
Food in hotels
What types of food are in hotels?
There are only five main types of food in hotels:
“No meals” – guests are provided with a room or bed without meals included in the price. At the same time, the hotel itself may have a restaurant or kitchen where you can eat for a fee.
Common designations: RO (Room only), EP (European Plan), BO (Bed Only), AO (Accomodation Only), NO. Continue reading