Which hotel rooms are still good for business?
Clean rooms are good for businesses, and there are some hotel rooms that are still a good fit for business, according to a new report from the Center for Sustainable Hotels.
The study, commissioned by the Association of American Hotels and Resorts (AAHR), found that nearly half of all the hotel rooms in the country remain suitable for business as of May 31, 2018.
The clean rooms are located at the top end of the hotel room spectrum, and these include those that are designed for business use and that have an air conditioning unit, or ACU, or air conditioning with heated floors.
The Clean Rooms Index, based on occupancy data from the American Hotel and Lodging Association, found that hotels that have clean rooms have higher occupancy than those that do not.
According to the report, more than half of the clean rooms in 2019 were in the top five hotels for occupancy, with a total of 4,566 rooms.
Of those, the Clean Rooms Rankings were in a league of their own, with the Hilton in the number one spot, followed by the Marriott in third place, and the Holiday Inn and Residence in fourth.
The majority of clean rooms, though, are found at the lower end of these hotels, where the occupancy rate was the lowest.
In 2019, the Hilton had the lowest occupancy rate, at 4.1 percent, followed closely by the Hilton Garden Inn at 3.8 percent, and The Ritz-Carlton in second place, at 3 percent.
In terms of rooms that offer some form of entertainment, the clean room ranks second to last.
The only clean rooms with any form of indoor and outdoor entertainment were the three hotel rooms at the Sheraton in Atlanta, and then-Dillard’s in Dallas, and in the third-ranked hotel room, the Westin in Las Vegas.
All of these clean rooms had a lower percentage of rooms in which indoor and/or outdoor entertainment was offered, as opposed to a higher percentage of those in which outdoor and indoor was offered.
The report also found that the average occupancy rate for clean rooms was higher than for those in the average of those clean rooms.
This is because a higher occupancy rate generally means a more comfortable room.
Clean rooms also have an average length of stay of just over 18 months, with more than 70 percent of rooms staying longer than one year.
In other words, hotels that offer clean rooms tend to offer more amenities, which makes them better for the long term.
The average stay of a hotel room at the average clean room was 15 days, which was below the average stay for other clean rooms and hotels with less than 1,000 rooms.
In 2018, the average average stay was just under 15 days at the Hyatt Regency in San Francisco, which ranked third in the Clean Room Rankings.
In addition, clean rooms were more likely to have multiple suites, as well as suites with private balconies.
In all, the study found that more than 90 percent of clean room hotels in the United States have an occupancy rate in the 60 to 70 percent range.
A total of 19 of the 32 clean rooms ranked in the clean space category were in hotels that were ranked in either the top or bottom half of clean space categories.
In a number of clean spaces, hotels ranked in both the top and bottom half were ranked first.
The Rensselaer Inn in Troy, New York was ranked first for its occupancy rate of 60 percent, while the Ritz Carlton in New York City ranked second.
The Hilton Garden in New Orleans was ranked fifth, with an occupancy of 56 percent.
A majority of hotels that ranked in at least half of both the clean and clean space areas had the same occupancy rate as the average hotel.
Clean spaces are not the only category that have a high occupancy rate.
Clean and clean spaces can also include kitchens, meeting rooms, retail space, and office space.
The overall clean space occupancy rate is highest for meetings, with nearly 72 percent of all clean spaces in the study having a meeting room occupancy rate above 70 percent.
The next highest percentage is for retail space at 60 percent.
Another category of clean, clean spaces that are also important to hotels is outdoor space.
In the study, the majority of the hotels that are considered to have indoor and out-of-the-way outdoor space had a meeting space occupancy that was above 80 percent, which is more than double the rate for meeting rooms.
The second highest percentage for meeting room, outdoor and outdoor and meeting space were found in the Holiday Residence and Holiday Inn in Atlanta and Hilton Garden Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada.
In general, clean and free outdoor space is better for hotels than indoor and in-theway outdoor.
This includes hotels that do have both indoor and outside space.
Some hotels have an outdoor meeting room and an indoor meeting room.
The indoor meeting rooms and outdoor meeting rooms are often located in the same hotel and can be used to meet clients.
The outdoor meeting spaces can be in