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Routehappy Scores & Amenities includes comprehensive data on seven factors -- Aircraft, Seat, Layout, Wi-Fi, Entertainment, Power, and Fresh Food -- on nearly every flight and cabin worldwide.
Since opening its doors in July 1983, Concept Amenities has grown the business with a global mind-set and are now established in Australasia, North America and Europe and their presence continues to grow in The Middle East and Asia.
Anecdotal evidence suggests that many hospitals are investing in patient amenities and promoting them to prospective patients.
For example, the easy accessibility of our Harrison property, 500 Mamaroneck Avenue, located near major highways and complete with many amenities, has consistently been identified as a key component to a satisfied employee base.
In an attempt to connect nursing home residents with the outdoors, facilities are upgrading sites with amenities such as easily accessible outdoor terraces and walking paths.
The consultants also noted a strong desire by residents for amenities including a swimming pool and a performing arts center.
Personal amenities include hairdryers, bathrobes, iron and ironing boards and in-room safes.
By learning from female guests, we now have irons, ironing boards and hair dryers as standard amenities in rooms.
Data on a set of retirement-destination counties that are predominantly also high-amenity counties illustrate the relationship between employment and earnings growth in economies that are dependent upon retirees and others attracted by natural amenities.
John Shern, vice president of Atlanta-based Trion Properties, a commercial real estate development firm, concurs with Bell's assessment of the impact amenities have made in an overbuilt marketplace.
Each suite is also outfitted with the Hilton Serenity Collection([R]) of luxurious in-room amenities.
Corporate Amenities employs up to 15 workers in this location.