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Accommodation
Classification and coding process

Classification criteria

The types of accommodation have been separated based on the facilities that they provide. The separation is also partially defined in terms of the ambience or environment at the establishment. Within 'hosted' the sub–divisions are in approximate order of decreasing number of rooms, with 'private hotels' generally having the largest numbers of rooms and 'farmstay accommodation' having the smallest number of rooms.

Classification

The standard classification of accommodation is a hierarchical classification of three levels. Level 1 of the classification has five categories, level 2 has 11 categories and level 3 has 18 categories.

You can download the full classification from the 'Available files' section.

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