Turizmla bagli xabarlari bu movzuda yerlasidira bilarsiniz. Digar mazmunlu xabarlardan agar turizme muayyan qadar alaqasi varsa, onda onlarin da yerlasdirilmasi mumkundur.
Bu movzuda elaca da internetda rast galdiyiniz turizmla birbasa ve dolayi yolla bagli olan xabarlarin linklarini yerlasdira bilarsiniz. Eger hansisa internet saytinda turizmla bagli bir malumat oxuyursunuzsa, onda sadaca olaraq linki bura yazmaqla digarlarini da xabardar eda bilarsiniz.
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Turizmla bagli xabarlari bu movzuda yerlasidira bilarsiniz. Digar mazmunlu xabarlardan agar turizme muayyan qadar alaqasi varsa, onda onlarin da yerlasdirilmasi mumkundur.
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Best Performing Global Hotel Brands in 2007.
Thursday, 17th January 2008
Source : BDRC`s Hotel Guest Survey
Hilton is the no 1 hotel brand in the regions of Western Europe, Middle East, Asia Pacific and Latin-America as measured by the BDRC Hotel Business Guest Surveys in 2007. The sole exception is the Nordic area.
Relative to its closest challenger Holiday Inn, Western Europe is by some margin Hilton's strongest market and its paramount status here, at this moment in time, is not truly threatened. On a country by country basis, however, Ibis takes the lead in both France and Germany while NH Hotels dominates in Spain.
In Asia Pacific and the Middle East Hilton takes over the top spot this year, but here, as in Latin America, its position as market leader is more seriously under threat with Hyatt, Sheraton and Marriott all contending for that coveted no. 1 position.
In addition, European chains such as Mövenpick (BDRC's most improved brand in the Middle East) are looking to expand and compete with the big players in the not too distant future. As in Europe, Hilton has to give way to stronger local brands in some individual countries like Shangri-La in China, Taj in India and Fiesta Americana in Mexico.
In Scandinavia, as in previous years, Hilton again features in 2nd place, having yet to break into Radisson SAS's hegemony and with the recent sale of Scandic the market will only become more challenging for the brand.
"Hilton records highest top of mind mentions of any hotel brand in all regions, including Nordic, and also is the most preferred brand based on the 1st and 2nd choice of business guests", says Tim Sander, Research Director at BDRC and responsible for the Hotel Guest Surveys.
"This is a fantastic achievement and quite clearly speaks for the strength of the brand in its sector. It will be difficult for any other hotel brand to challenge Hilton's current global position."
In 2008 BDRC will add the all important US market to its portfolio, as well as some Eastern European countries. "To conduct the survey in the US has been in the pipeline for the last two years," continues Sander, "and we are really excited about this addition. We have carried out several hotel research projects in the US before but this has never been representative
of the market, so it will be interesting to see which brand leads the field there."
The BDRC Hotel Guest Surveys were first launched in 1982 in Britain and are now conducted annually amongst more than 12,000 hotel business guests in the bespoke regions. The surveys focus on hotel brand awareness, usage, preference, and image perception. They also examine the hotel selection and reservation process, hotel & travel internet websites and other marketing issues.
1. BDRC (Business Development Research Consultants Ltd) is one of the UK\`s leading independent marketing research agencies, with a dedicated Hotel and Hospitality Industry Research Team, the only one in Europe.
2. Brand ranking determined by composite measure based on unaided and prompted awareness, usage, leading choice, general preference and preference amongst own users in each country and region measured.
3. The BDRC Hotel Guest Surveys are conducted in almost 40 markets: Britain, Ireland, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Netherlands, Belgium, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt, Jordan, Kuwait, Oman, Bahrain, Lebanon, Qatar, South Africa, Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Chile, China, India, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Australia, United States, Canada, Russia, Poland and Turkey.
Tripr.TV pays travelers for their vacation movies
January 31, 2008
As the first worldwide video portal, Tripr.TV is launching a service in which travelers can easily publish video reviews of hotels. Filmmakers receive a commission when the video results in a booking of the filmed hotel.
Now everyone can easily publish and share videos via Tripr.TV. As soon as other travelers place a booking after watching a video review, the publisher of the film will receive one third of the commission fee. The customary commission rate in the hotel industry varies between 5 and 15 percent per reservation.
The videos are published on the Tripr.TV website as well as on other websites, which will increase the exposure and the income of the published film. Tripr.TV creates a unique virtual marketplace for video content in the travel industry.
Jan Kooman, founder of Tripr.TV: “We are basically a kind of YouTube for the travel industry. Everyone can publish their own videos. Hotels are marked with a flag on Google Maps so you can easily spot in which area a hotel is situated. Because videos are created by the travelers themselves, you will get a good impression of the hotel before making a booking. Moving images are much more realistic than the often outdated pictures of hotels.”
Related Link: Tripr.TV
Rising costs of business travel.
Friday, 8th February 2008
Source : Best Western
Despite economic slowdown prices are on the rise -what are the factors driving spending decisions?
Industry leaders from Best Western, JetBlue, National Business Travel Association and Advito/BCD Travel offer tips to stem financial strain.
Travel industry executives meeting last week addressed several ways companies and individual business travelers are curtailing expenses in this era of corporate belt-tightening and economic uncertainty.
Mary Ellen George, general manager of Advito, the consulting arm of BCD Travel, said that although high costs associated with business travel will not diminish any time soon, companies can use existing tools to keep their balance sheets in check.
“We’re counseling clients to better enforce their company’s travel policy to focus on what can be controlled,” George said.
Individual business travelers and corporate travel managers both realize financial savings and other vital benefits depending upon where they choose to sleep.
“A large number of travelers are taking advantage of the value-based, all-inclusive pricing model that we and other hotel chains in the midmarket category provide,” said Dorothy Dowling, senior vice president of marketing and sales for Best Western International.
“Amenities such as free high-speed Internet access — standard in all Best Westerns in North America — help people save on the bottom line. In addition, rich loyalty programs like our Gold Crown Club International help increase compliance with travel policies while rewarding travelers for their continued business.”
Corporate travel managers are positioning their companies to take advantage of high-value hotel options. According to the results of a new survey conducted in January by Best Western and the National Business Travel Association (NBTA), more than half (52 percent) of respondents said that complimentary high-speed Internet access is the most important amenity when considering a midmarket hotel chain. Internet access, regardless of fees, was second (16 percent) followed by the quality of bedding/towels (13 percent).
The survey also found that nearly two thirds (63 percent) of travel managers rate convenience and proximity to meeting locations as the most influential factor they consider when making individual hotel decisions. These choices can have a significant impact on transportation costs.
Bill Connors, executive director and chief operating officer for NBTA, said that companies will see a positive impact, financial and otherwise, from investing in the implementation and/or growth of their managed travel programs.
“Corporations will continue to seek out managed travel programs because they’re worried about value, cost, security and, increasingly, liability,” he said. “We’re working very hard to help our members tackle these issues so they minimally affect their bottom line.” Taxes directed toward travelers and consolidation across multiple industry sectors, as well as infrastructure and travel facilitation issues, are also top-of-mind for the association this year.
Although business travelers are being impacted by the reduction in airline seat capacity and rising fuel costs, and will likely experience decreased route and pricing options as a result of pending airline mergers, a number of widespread initiatives are underway to make air travel less stressful and more productive.
The re-slotting of John F. Kennedy International Airport should ease congestion and delays for business travelers, according to Noreen Courtney-Wilds, vice president of sales for JetBlue Airways.
“In addition to our partnership with OPEN from American Express, its small business card program, we also just added a new refundable fare, and have plans to launch a meetings and conventions program as well as a product for the mid-sized corporate market later this year,” said Courtney-Wilds. “These and other initiatives by other low-cost carriers to develop more offerings for business travelers will increase options and help keep last minute and walk-up fares competitive.”
Beatles inspired boutique hotel opens.
Wednesday, 13th February 2008
Source : Epoque Hotels
Hard Days Night Hotel - themed with Beatles artwork in Liverpool has finally opened its doors to guests.
The opening which follows Liverpool’s recent unveiling as 2008 European Capital of Culture is set to attract hordes of guests and Beatles fans alike, as tourists flock to the city to see art, music and cultural events running throughout the year.
Hard Days Night Hotel, an Avantgarde Superior, is set in the heart of the ‘Beatles Quarter’, in Liverpool – just a stones through away from the world famous Cavern Club where the Beatles first rose to fame.
The stunning Grade II listed hotel features 110 rooms, including luxury and deluxe rooms and two stunning penthouses - the specially designed Lennon & McCartney suites - the Lennon featuring a white grand piano.
Specially commissioned artwork, created by acclaimed Beatles artist Shannon adorns the 110 guest bedrooms and public rooms.
Available to hotel guests and non-residents are two high quality restaurants, The Brasserie and Blakes serving modern British cuisine. Blakes’ interiors features images inspired by Sir Peter Blake, the artist who designed the Sergeant Pepper album. The hotel is also home to two exclusive bars: Hari’s and Bar Four (for hotel guests and non-residents).
In addition, further facilities include two conference rooms for private entertaining and corporate events as well as a unique Wedding Suite.
Mike Dewey, Hard Days Night Hotel, General Manager said: “The Hard Days Night Hotel will prove to be a big success globally, providing stylish accommodation and original art work. The team and I are very excited about the opening and look forward to welcoming our first guests. However, as much as I’m sure our guests would love to; unfortunately nobody will be able to stay for eight days a week.”
The concept of a Beatles themed hotel in Liverpool had been prevalent amongst Beatles enthusiasts in the city since the
late 1980’s. The choice of a suitable location and the finance to make the vision a reality only came together in 2004
when plans were finalised to convert one of Liverpool’s classic city centre buildings into a luxurious 4 star hotel.
From an early stage the objective was to create a unique environment that offered high quality hotel facilities with an exciting and interesting ‘twist’ in the clever presentation of a theme that would be both subtle yet challenging in the way the incredible story of the Beatles was told.
Located in the ‘Beatles Quarter’ of the city adjacent to the world famous Cavern Club, the Hard Days Night Hotel will feature visually stunning specially commissioned artwork covering key events in the lives of four lads from Liverpool whose fame knows no boundaries.
Luxury rooms have their own individual design, stylishly appointed with en-suite shower room, multi channel flat screen
TV, internet facility and HDNH on-line shopping.
The centrepiece of the room is the exclusive Shannon artwork telling its own part of the Beatles story. Tea and coffee making facilities, safe deposit box and in-room movies ensure your stay is as comfortable as possible.
Deluxe rooms have been tastefully designed to incorporate the contours and character of the original building with some of the rooms situated in the rooftop extension, offering panoramic views of the Liverpool skyline.
With unique Shannon artwork providing a stunning backdrop to the spacious and luxurious accommodation, each room has
an individual feel with ‘state of the art’ communication and media facilities.
Imagine a totally unique hotel experience. A white piano against a white backdrop. Artwork that appears with a simple change of lighting. Superb design features and furnishings, in keeping with the theme, that immediately identify this suite as yet another iconic feature of the hotel and offer those lucky enough to stay in the Lennon Suite an unforgettable experience.
The McCartney Suite offers guests the ultimate combination of luxury accommodation and elegant design with specially themed artwork providing a vibrant acknowledgement of Sir Paul’s part in the Beatles legacy and the national and international acclaim given to his work in music and the arts.
Situated on the lower ground floor with an imaginative design concept that acknowledges the time that the Beatles spent in India, Hari’s Bar provides an exclusive bar area for the Hard Days Night Suite, Zygmant Suite and The Two of Us suite.
Brasserie and Bar Situated at the epicentre of the hotel the Brasserie offers a cosmopolitan and vibrant atmosphere with a versatile menu to suit the time of day and the needs of the clientele.
This is also the location for one of the hotel’s ‘must see’ pieces of artwork, produced by acclaimed Beatles artist Shannon, and set into a ceiling void above the bar and dining areas below.
Bar Four will undoubtedly be one of the must be seen in venues in the city. With a chic and stylish vibe, Bar Four provides the prefect antidote to a hard day’s work or play.
Blakes occupies a light and airy space within the hotel and offers to diners organic, seasonal and classic cuisine in a contemporary and stylish setting. The walls of the restaurant feature images influenced by the cover of the Sergeant
Peppers album continuing the subtle theme of the Hotel. The finest cuisine and ultimate service ensure a memorable
The Gallery situated within the hotel complex but with its own seperate entrance at the corner of Mathew Street provides visitors with the opportunity to acquire artwork displayed within the hotel including the sensational ‘Shannon Collection’ as well as a range of exclusive Hard Days Night Hotel merchandise incorporating the hotel’s unique logo Hard Days Night Suite
Designed as a flexible function room which adjoins Hari’s Bar. The ambience has been created around the vast Hard
Day’s Night memorabilia assembled as a private collection by the hotel. This collection varies from a very rare pack of
cards to signed pieces from the film itself.
Named after Bill Zygmant, the renowned photographer who took numerous iconic photographs of the Beatles, the suite is
the largest of the hotel’s three function rooms. It is designed loosely around the idea of a stage set with creative stage
type lighting giving the room a unique atmosphere.
The Two of Us
The hotel’s very own wedding chapel. A uniquely designed room in which to celebrate your wedding day. Dramatic
artwork and photographs along with the contemporary design create the perfect location for a memorable day.
Image is credited to: Ellie Laycock.
Top Trends Impacting the Travel Industry Revealed.
HEDNA's December Conference
Tuesday, 12th February 2008
Attendees at HEDNA's December Conference learned about the top trends facing the hotel distribution industry and how to benefit from them.
Kicking off the meeting was the keynote address by Henry Harteveldt, vice president and principal analyst at Forrester Research. is theme was "when you're relevant and desirable, engagement is possible." How can the travel industry be relevant and desirable? One way is to understand the customer as a whole person, says Harteveldt.
For instance, travelers tend to be more financial confident than non-travelers. This outlook is exemplified by the fact that travelers don't expect to cut back on travel in 2008, nor do they intend to look for lesser quality accommodations.
However, Harteveldt sees the industry as moving backwards when it comes to meeting travelers' expectations. His research shows that "43 per cent believe travel Websites shopping experiences have become less useful, 15 per cent feel the Internet doesn't help them save money and 11 per cent of US online leisure hotel guests say it's more difficult to shop for travel online now than when they started."
While 47 per cent of travelers are happy to fill out user profile forms, more than half of those travelers say they're not happy with the benefits received. Travel companies need to do a better job of mining the data that is compiled. Instead of presenting tailored information to guests, "we send guests into information comas, instead of helping them," Harteveldt says.
Most travelers using online services are "fed up," Harteveldt says and "would use a good offline travel agent if they could find one." Further, "21 per cent feel they can find the best travel information using offline resources."
How can the travel industry make the experience more user friendly? Harteveldt advises that "we need to make online booking easier, be clear instead of confusing, reflect customer preferences, do a better job providing content and make it easier for guests to reach us" and vice versa. "We need to meet travelers on their terms, with tools that matter, to (re-)engage them," Harteveldt says.
Engaging the customer
Efforts to reach customers have grown from using the telephone to flooding the Internet with information, says Mike Kistner, chief operating officer of Pegasus Solutions. Hotels began launching their own Websites, trying to "integrate guest information and desires into the experience. We started to add value," he says.
When the online travel agent (OTA) Websites were started, many thought it would be the demise of traditional travel agents. As the online sites drove traffic to the hotels, a question about who owned the customer arose -- who's guest is this? Is it the OTA's or is it the hotel's? Interestingly, the answer is the OTA.
Despite all the online offerings, travelers are using more voice bookings. In fact, voice bookings are on the rise, says Kistner. Perhaps it's due to a more personalized feeling that the traveler gets when booking over the phone.
Personalization is key and may lead to the next disruptive change in the market. Kistner predicts that the personalization people receive from social networks will change the customers' expectations of the travel market and how it caters to them.
Does Brand.com rule?
The success of individual or hotel group Websites has led to the idea that 'Brand.com" Websites will replace everything - voice, GDS, OTAs. But will it?
John Burns, CHA owner of Hospitality Technology Consulting, sees all the channels are being important. Yes, consumers are comfortable shopping online. Yet, Burns sees voice as a growing and preferred booking channel, especially in the next decade. From the hotelier's viewpoint, voice has its advantages, since it's an excellent opportunity to up-sell products and services to the customer.
The issue of payment
Once you have the customer's interest and commitment, how will the customer pay for the services? If you think it will be only via credit card, please think again. Mike Carlo, business development manager for Global Collect , says that up to 56 per cent of online shoppers don't have a credit card. In addition, payment habits differ depending on the culture - Europeans use a different mix of payments than those in Asia.
Carlo says that the more methods a hotel accepts, the better the sales conversion rate. For instance, if a hotel accepts only one method of payment, the conversion rate is just 60 per cent. But that conversion rate rises to 82 per cent if the hotel uses four or more payment methods. Those methods can be regional credit cards, bank transfer, direct debit, E-wallets, cash and checks.
Commissions remain a thorny issue
Another type of payment that needs to be addressed is travel agency commissions. According to Cynthia Castillo, head of hospitability distribution projects at Amadeus IT Group, the number one travel agency obstacle is commission recovery. To help overcome this problem, Amadeus introduced its Worldwide Commission Manager this year. The Manager is a platform that agencies can use to track and manage commission payments. To date, nearly 50 hotel chains have signed up to use the product.
Speedy payment does have its advantages. "When commissions are paid promptly, more hotel bookings will be done by travel agents," Castillo says.
Processing payments efficiently is key, says Angela Ybarra, commercial vice president for Worldwide Payment Systems. Suppliers face challenges in processing commissions including small payment amounts, high banking costs and payment reconciliation. Using services to help process commissions can surmount these challenges and improve business relationships.
Looking at trends
What can the travel industry learn from the real estate industry about online sales and presence? Quite a lot, according to Spencer Rascoff, chief financial officer of Zillow.com. Zillow.com has listings of almost every property that exists in the US, allowing customers to view properties and make comparisons easily. Zillow.com is akin to Trip Advisor in that the Website doesn't perform any transactions. Its revenue comes from advertising.
Would this work for hotels? Rascoff thinks that hotels should be looking at putting advertising on their Websites, which could generation additional revenue for the hotels.
Rascoff also believes in leveraging the power of the Internet but courting real estate bloggers. When Zillow.com began, it made a point of contacting the top 10-20 influential bloggers in real estate. He sees bloggers having potentially huge impact in the travel business.
Moving the travel industry forward is a trend that influences the work of the three main travel associations. Hotel Technology Next Generation (HTNG), Open Travel Alliance and HEDNA. The association panel - Douglas Rice, executive vice president and CEO of HTNG; Valyn Perini, executive director of Open Travel Alliance; and Edward Perry, secretary of HEDNA - discussed how the three associations can work together to assist members in utilizing distribution technology.
Social trends that affect distribution are increasingly important to the success of the travel business, says Daniel Levine, founder of Avant-Guide. Once you've identified that there is a trend, it means the demand already exists. All you need to do is discover how to tap into the market.
Levine sees five key trends - personalization, targeted segmentation, mobile lifestyles, lifestyle visibility and life-easers. All these trends speak to addressing the needs of the customer and making life easier.
Whether it be personalized digital versions of ads, better communication via PDAs or appealing to individual lifestyles, these trends will be impacting the travel industry and how it chooses to interact with its customers.
Analoqu olmayan körpü
Dubayda analoqu olmayan körpü tikilecek.Körpünün uzuluğu 1600 metr, Maksimal hündürlüyü ise 250 metr. 12 yol cergesi olacaq ve orta hisseden metro keçecek !
Bu kanstruksiya 2000 avtomobili eyni anda körpüde saxlıya biler. 817milyon $-a başa gelecek bu tikili gelen ay tikilmeye başlıyacaq ve 2012de tam olaraq istifadeye verilecekdir.
Необычный дизайн аэропорта в Веллингтоне
» 2008-02-26 03:30
То ли скалы, то ли тыквы?
Новый дизайн, разработанный для аэропорта в Веллингтоне за 39 млн. долларов, был одобрен мэром города. Здание терминала, детище архитектурной студии Studio Pacific Architecture, будет напоминать двойную скалу.
Глава аэропорта Stephen Fitzgerald утверждает, что такой дизайн хорошо вписывается в местную среду, и архитекторы прекрасно отразили концепцию города. Fitzgerald заявляет, что как только проект будет закончен, терминал в час сможет принимать еще на 1000 пассажиров больше.
Критики же говорят, что представленный дизайн больше напоминает две тыквы. Мэр же возражает, что такой необычный вид только станет изюминкой города, и будет выделять этот аэропорт среди других.
Такой потрясающий образ, который отлично сочетается с южным побережьем Веллингтона, будет напоминать прибывшим, что они оказались не где-нибудь, а в творческом городе, в столице Новой Зеландии.
Несомненно, такое инновационное архитектурное решение будет вызывать как положительные, так и отрицательные отзывы, но в любом случае, посещение аэропорта станет незабываемым опытом.
Merkezi Ispaniyanin Barselona sheheri olan Galactic Suiti turizm shirketi 2012-ci ile qeder Kosmosda otel achmagi planlashdirir.Kosmosda olacaq ilk otelde 3 gunluk gecelemek 4 milyon dollar olacaq.Otel, mushterileri 80 deqiqeye dunyani gezdirecek ve guneshin chixmasini 15 defe gorme imkani verecek.Ondan bashqa turistler xususi geyimler geyinib gezintinin keyfini chixardacaqlar.Proyekt uchun 3 milyard dollar budce yaradilib.
В Пизе с 8 по 11 марта состоится фестиваль сладостей Pisa Dolcemente. Он будет организован в культурном центре Stazione Leopolda, расположенном на площади Guerrazzi, сообщает соб. корр. Travel.ru.
Фестиваль, который проходит во второй раз, является уникальным благодаря предприятиям, сделавшим Тоскану лидером производства кондитерских изделий. В празднике примут участие 40 кондитерских фабрик, которые изготавливают сладости по старинным рецептам, используя продукты только высшего качества.
Праздник проводится совместно с организацией Slow Food Movement. Его гости смогут попробовать разнообразные кондитерские изделия - от шоколада до традиционной местной выпечки, а также напитки, в том числе - вино и кофе. Кроме того, посетителей ожидают разнообразные культурные мероприятия и программа для детей Leopolda Junior.
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Pekinde Olimpiya sherciyi
2008 olimpiyat oyunlarının düzenleneceği Çin'in başkenti Pekin'deki olimpiyat köyü büyük oranda bitirildi. Evler yüksek teknolojiyle donatıldı.
Pekin Olimpiyatları Organizasyon Komitesi (BOCOG) bugün köyü yerli ve yabancı gazetecilere gezdirdi. Olimpiyat Köyü Başkan yardımcısı Yu Debing, 26 Haziran 2005'te temeli atılan ve büyük oranda bitirilen olimpiyat köyünün tam olarak 8 Temmuz'da hizmete açılacağını, 27 Temmuz'da da olimpiyatlara karılacak sporculara hizmet sunacağını söyledi.
27 Temmuz 2008'de açılacak köy, 28 Ağustos 2008'de kapanacak ve Engelliler Olimpiyatları için yeniden 30 Ağustos'ta faaliyete geçecek.
Olimpiyat köyündeki evlerin hepsi satılmış durumda. Evlerin metrekaresinin ilk satışa çıktığı zaman yaklaşık bin dolar olduğu, şu anki metrekare fiyatının ise 20 bin doların üzerinde olduğu belirtiliyor.
16 BİN YARIŞMACI VE YETKİLİYE HİZMET VERECEK
8-24 Ağustos 2008 Pekin Olimpiyat Oyunları süresince 16 bin yarışmacı ve yetkiliye hizmet verecek olimpiyat köyü, Engelliler Olimpiyatları döneminde de 7 bin sporcu ve yetkiliyi barındıracak.
66 hektarlık alana sahip köy, 205 delegenin kalacağı rezidans bölgesi, banka hizmetlerinin de bulunduğu uluslararası bölge ile lojistik ve komünikasyon gibi hizmetlerin sunulacağı operasyon bölgesi olmak üzere 3 bölüme ayrılıyor.
Köyde yarışmacıların kalacağı 6 katlı 22 bina ile 9 katlı 20 bina, 3 süper rezidans merkezi, 9 rezidans merkezi ile poliklinik ve yemek salonu bulunuyor.
Köyde ayrıca kütüphane, eğlence merkezi, yüzme havuzu, spor salonu, tenis ve basketbol kortu, sauna, masaj salonu da bulunuyor. Sporcuların kalacağı evler hırsızlıklara karşı kızılötesi alarm sistemi, geniş bant internet ve parmak iziyle kapanıp açılan sistemlerle donatılmış. (Cihan Haber Ajansı
Chinde dunyanin en boyuk Havalimani terminalinda ishler basha chatmaq uzredi. T3 adi verilmish havalimani avqusta kechirilecek Olimpiada uchun tam hazir olacaq. Havalimanini tikintisine 3.6 milyard dollar xerclenib.Muasirliyi ile sechilen T3-de her shey nezere alinib burada 64 restoran 90 magaza sernishinlerin xidmetinde olacaq.Ilde 60 milyon insanin bu havalimanindan istifade etmesi gozlenilir.