Hospitality Facilities Management And Design 4th Edition By David M. Stipanuk – Test Bank
LODGING PLANNING AND DESIGN
CHAPTER 11 MULTIPLE CHOICE
The process for developing a new hotel typically takes approximately:
a. six to twelve months.
b. one to two years.
c. three to four years.
d. five to seven years.
The first design phase of a hotel construction project is called:
a. schematic design.
b. feasibility assessment.
c. engineering design.
d. conceptual design.
What is a porte cochère?
a. It is the technical name for a main hotel entrance that meets ADA’s accessibility requirements.
b. It is the French name for the back or employee entrance to a hotel.
c. It is a hotel patio or courtyard typically constructed with paving stones.
d. It is a canopy designed to protect guests from inclement weather and provide visual emphasis to a hotel’s main entrance.
The double-loaded slab guestroom floor configuration features:
a. rooms on both sides of a central corridor.
b. rooms grouped around a central vertical core.
c. rooms off a corridor encircling a multi-story lobby space.
d. rooms off one side of a corridor.
The most efficient guestroom floor configuration in terms of saleable gross floor area is:
b. double-loaded slab.
c. single-loaded slab.
The most prominent hotel public space is the:
A hotel’s front office should always be located:
a. adjacent to the front desk.
b. near the sales office.
c. on the ground floor.
d. on the penthouse floor.
The largest back-of-the-house area in most hotels and the one requiring the most design attention is:
a. administrative office group.
b. the maintenance department.
c. the kitchen and food production area.
d. receiving and storage.