Amenities


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Amenities

The activities provided by a facility regarding comfort and convenience.
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28 June 2019 - Florida, US-based premium home-related amenity services provider Valet Living has acquired Atlanta, US-based Torch Fitness to further its commitment to wellness amenities, the company said.
People are willing to pay more for a house that is closer to valued community amenities such as grocery stores, and a majority of Americans believe that schools, community centers, and libraries have a lot to do with making a community successful.
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A study by Valet Living resulted in key findings that rental housing providers can pull from when implementing new technologies and service-based amenities, among them:
"You have all these brand-new restaurants or personal chefs in their lobbies," Cooper said of amenities in New York.
Society management was selling land set aside for amenities
Justice Ahmad also ordered the officials to produce the details of the amenities plots in accordance with the original masterplan of the city.
Mr Skates said: "The Tourism Amenity Investment Support scheme is an excellent way for us to assist the tourism sector to make the improvements to the local facilities and amenities. These facilities often go unnoticed - but are an important part of the experience that people have of Wales and they impression with which they leave - and will also benefit those who live in the area."
"Right now, this is our biggest challenge and greatest opportunity." Whether newly single or married, baby boomers are demanding the same high-end amenities and appliances they've become accustomed to as homeowners, along with large closets, big master bathrooms and balconies large enough for outdoor dining.
SOURCE: "CHECKING INTO HOTEL HOSPITAL: PATIENTS WILLING TO PAY MORE FOR ROOMS WITH FIVE-STAR AMENITIES," BY CAI T LIN BIRD, AUG.
Unavailability of wayside amenities often discourages tourists from taking to the roads, especially if they are travelling with family.
Economists have found two kinds of relative advantages that big cities offer to the more highly educated: "production amenities"--that is, gains in productivity, which translate into higher wages; and "consumption amenities"--both natural benefits, such as good weather and scenic beauty, and endogenous benefits, such as a sophisticated transportation infrastructure, first-class restaurants, and a greater variety of goods and services.