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Abstract

Purpose of study: The purpose of this conceptual study is to develop a more better understanding of hospitality One of the oldest profession known over time.


Methodology: This article is based on a conceptual study of the various definitions and sectors of the hospitality sector. This article also presents the various studies by different researchers and presents how a variety of researchers have classified hospitality in their studies.


Main Findings:  This study has provided a new understanding of the hospitality industry and the various sectors associated with it.


Social Implications/Applications: This case study is a conceptual study done to define and understand the concept of hospitality in a much better perspective and it can help researchers from varied realms of hospitality to have much valuable insights of this term.


Originality: Hospitality has been defined by many researchers in many perspectives. This study has been done with a rigorous literature review then defined the term in a combination which has all aspects related to it. The study has then been supported by a case study of an eco-friendly resort- The Karma Lakelands. This study has been done to understand, explore and extend the basic principles of hospitality and the role of interior designing in it.

Keywords

Hospitality Resort Eco-friendly Classification of Resorts Interior Design Golf Resort

Article Details

How to Cite
Mehta, R. (2020). DEFINING AND DESIGN UNDERSTANDING THE VARIOUS REALMS OF HOSPITALITY DISCIPLINE: AN ENVIRONMENTALIST ECO-RESPONSIBLE GOLF RESORT. International Journal of Tourism & Hospitality Reviews, 7(2), 63-73. https://doi.org/10.18510/ijthr.2020.727

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