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PLATE NO.2
RESORT

R E S E A R C H

By

Maderal, Kristine may


Napiere, sharmaine joy
Racho, rapha

AR. MA. JULINEE BRITANICO


INSTRUCTOR
Resort any place or places with pleasant environment and atmosphere conducive to
comfort, healthful relaxation and rest, offering food, sleeping accommodation and
recreational facilities to the public for a fee or remuneration.

Elements of a Resort

1. Recreational facilities that draw guests to the facility


2. Housing and food & beverage services that cater to people away from home
3. Activities to occupy guests during their stay

Kinds of Resorts

Resorts may be categorized as beach resort (located along the seashore), inland
resort (located within the town proper or city), island resort (located in natural or man-
made island within the internal waters of the Philippine Archipelago), lakeside or
riverside resort (located along or near the bank of a lake or river), mountain resort
(located at or near a mountain or hill) and theme parks.

Classification of Resorts

For purposes of accreditation, resorts shall be classified as follows:


Class "AAA"
Class "AA"
Class "A"
Special Interest Resort

Requirements for a Class "AAA" Resort

The following are the minimum requirements for the operation and maintenance of a
Class "AAA" Resort:

a. Location and Environment


The resort shall be situated in a suitable location free of noise, atmospheric and
marine pollution.

b. Parking (If applicable)


An adequate parking space with parking security shall be provided free to guests.

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c. Facilities and Room Accommodation
The resort shall have its rooms, facilities and amenities equivalent to those of a
First Class Hotel required under Section 4 hereof.

d. Public Washrooms
There shall be a clean and adequate public toilet and bathroom for male and
female, provided with sufficient hot and cold running water, toilet paper, soap,
and hand towel and/or hand dryer.

e. Sports and Recreational Facilities


The resort shall offer at least four (4) sports and recreational facilities.

f. Conference/Convention Facilities
Conference/convention facilities with attached toilets shall be provided.

g. Employee Facilities
Adequate and well-maintained cafeteria, locker rooms and separate bathrooms
for male and female employees shall be provided.

Requirements for a Class "AA" Resort

The following are the minimum requirements for the operation and maintenance of a
Class "AA" Resort:

a. Location and Environment


The resort shall be located in a suitable area free of noise, atmospheric and
marine pollution.

b. Parking (If applicable)


An adequate parking space with parking security shall be provided free to guests.

c. Facilities and Accommodations


The resort shall have its rooms, facilities and amenities equivalent to those of a
Standard Class Hotel required under Section 5 hereof.

d. Public Washrooms
There shall be a clean and adequate public toilet and bathroom for male and
female, provided with sufficient running water, toilet paper, soap, hand towel
and/or hand dryer.

e. Sports and Recreational Facilities


The resort shall offer at least three (3) sports and recreational facilities.

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f. Conference/Convention Facilities
Conference/convention facilities shall be provided.

g. Employee Facilities
Adequate and well-maintained locker rooms and bathrooms for male and female
employees shall be provided.

Requirements for a Class "A" Resort

The following are the minimum requirements for the operation and maintenance of a
Class "A" Resort:

a. Location and Environment


The resort shall be located in a suitable area free of noise, atmospheric and
marine pollution.

b. Parking (If applicable)


An adequate parking space with parking security shall be provided free to guests.

c. Room Accommodations
Class "A" resort shall have its rooms equivalent to those of an Economy Class
hotel as required under Section 6 hereof.

d. Public Washrooms
There shall be a clean and adequate public toilet and bathroom for male and
female, provided with sufficient running water, toilet paper, and soap.

e. Sports and Recreational Facilities


The resort shall offer at least two (2) sports and recreational facilities.

f. Food and Beverage Outlets


The resort shall have at least one (1) food and beverage outlet.

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Requirements for a Special Interest Resort

The following are the minimum requirements for the operation and maintenance of a
Special Interest Resort:

a. Location
The camp and ground sites shall be well-drained and not subject to flooding. It shall
be distant from any source of nuisance and shall not endanger sources of any water
supply and other natural resources.

b. Lounge and Reception Counter


There shall be a reception counter and a reasonably furnished lounge
commensurate with the size of the resort.

c. Room Accommodations
There shall be at least five (5) lettable bedrooms for permanent site operations,
sufficient and fresh supply of clean linen, mirror and electric fan except in places where
electricity is not available. For movable operation, a minimum of sixteen (16) guests
plus the staff shall be accommodated in tents, lean-tos and the like. Where permanent
tents are used, flooring shall be at least four (4) inches above the ground. Tents shall be
provided with adequate beddings suitable for tropical use. Theme parks may be
exempted from this requirement.

d. Toilet and Bathroom


There shall separate clean toilet and bathroom facilities for male and female guests
which shall be provided with sufficient supply of running water and situated in
appropriate and accessible areas. The same shall be supplied with soap and toilet
paper. Adequate portable chemical toilets shall be provided at the camp site for mobile
groups. In the absence of chemical toilets, temporary sanitary latrines shall be provided
based on acceptable Philippine standards.

e. Lighting, Furnishing and Ventilation


Lighting arrangement and furnishings in all rooms shall be of good standard. In areas
where there is no electrical power, each room shall be provided with non-hazardous
portable lights. Adequate means of ventilation shall also be provided.

f. Staff and Service


Adequate number of trained, experienced, courteous and efficient staff shall be
employed. They shall wear clean uniforms at all times. The frontline staff shall have a
good speaking knowledge of English.

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CLASSIFICATION OF RESORTS According to Activity Offered

Diving Resort
Fishing Resort
Health/Spa
Golf Resort
Ski Resort
Gaming Resort
Theme Park

CLASSIFICATION OF RESORTS According to Ownership/Lodging Properties

Resort Hotel- Person leases the room/cottage for transient stay


Second-Home Development- Person develops/buys another home in outdoor
areas
Timeshare Ownership- Person pays for the right to accommodations at a
vacation development for a specified period each year, for a specified number of
years or for perpetuity. It is essentially buying accomodation in advance & paying
annual contributions for maintenance

Resort Planning

Each resort area is unique but some basic principles apply to the planning of most
resorts. The concept of land use zoning is applicable to resorts. A basic principle is
conservation of specific environmental features such as beaches, marine areas,
ponds, lakes, lagoons, archaeological and historic sites, large trees and group of
tree, unusual geological features and hill tops. Related to this conservation is
maintenance of view planes and corridors so that there are views of important
features form the building in the final development.

Also important functional grouping of resort facilities and activities, such as


accommodation, commercial and cultural facilities (often in an integrated and
pedestrian oriented resort center), and recreation facilities, in suitable areas.
Accommodation should be well related to the main resort attractions such as
beaches but not impinging on them. Hotels, for example, should be sited well back
from the beach so that the natural shoreline appearance is maintained and erosion
is avoided, but within convenient walking distance from the beach.

Resorts should have controlled access and an efficient but not high-speed road
network. Emphasis should be on pedestrians in the resort and, in larger resorts,
use of non-polluting vehicles such as small battery operated buses to provide

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general transport within the resort grounds. Public access to the resort should be
allowed on a controlled basis including to the main attraction features such as
beaches and historic places.

SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS IN PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT

Economic
Social
Environmental

RESORT PLANNING PRINCIPLES

Fundamental Concepts

1. Resort Environment
Give the resort a distinctive image and character that provides a contrast to the
tourists home environment
2. Environmental Orientation
Allow tourist appreciation of nature at environmentally sustainable manner
3. Community Orientation
Allow tourist interaction with local residents and encourage learning of local
culture
4. Multi-Disciplinary Team Approach

SPACE REQUIREMENTS

1. Multi-Function Block
a. Reception Counter
b. Lobby/Waiting
c. Lounge
d. General Restaurant
e. Central Kitchen for Restaurant
f. Dry Store
g. Chilled Store
h. Waste Disposal Area
i. Dish Wash Area
j. Staff Toilets
k. Visitors Toilet

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Office Space
a. Waiting and Reception
b. Chairpersons Room
c. General Manager Room
d. Deputy Managers room
e. HR Manager Room
f. Housekeeping Manager
g. Engineering Department
h. Legal Department
i. Administrative Staff Room
j. Accounting Staff Room
k. Meeting/Presentation Hall
l. Rest Room
m. Utility Room/Store Room
n. Store Keeper

2. Secondary Main Service Block


a. Reception Counter
b. Operation Managers Room
c. Lobby/Waiting
d. Restaurant
e. Kitchen with Accessory Spaces
f. General Bar
g. Cocktail Bar
h. Discotheque
i. Rest Room for Staff
j. Utility Room/ Store Room

3. Informative and Learning Block


a. Lobby/Waiting Lounge
b. Reception Counter
c. Tourist Information Center
d. Toilet for Visitors and Staff
e. Conference Hall 1
f. Conference Hall 2
g. Toilet for Conference Hall User

4. Recreational Block
a. Gymnasium
b. Coffee/Tea Shop
c. Spa
d. Sauna
e. Rest Room

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f. Outdoor Activities Facilities

5. Common Accommodation Unit


6. Individual Accommodation Unit
7. Staff Accommodation and Back House
8. Guard House

Parking

Hotel, resort hotel, motel and auto court accommodations: one space for each unit;
one space for the manager and one and one-half spaces for any unit in a hotel,
resort hotel, motel or auto court containing a kitchen or kitchenette. Separate
parking requirements remain applicable to other uses which may be associated with
such complexes, such as restaurants, conference centers or public coastal access

Swimming pools: one parking space for each one hundred square feet of pool area

SAMPLE DESIGN and PLANS

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