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The definition of a boutique hotel in China

Boutique hotels in China are regarded as those with strong local cultural characteristics that provide a unique historic connection. The concept originated in 1970s Europe was introduced into China in the 21st Century. Compared to chain star graded hotels in China, a boutique hotel is full of personality, small in size and beautiful in appearance, many of which have been rebuilt on the basis of their historic architecture. In terms of service, most of boutique hotels in China deliver butler service, and the ratio of guest rooms to service staff is 3:1 or 4:1, whereas a normal star graded hotel will be 1:1 or 2:1.…..

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