In addition to overall star ratings (which delineate broad categories), we use a numerical rating system—the room-quality rating. Our scale is 0–100, with 100 being the best possible rating and zero (0) the worst. Numerical ratings show the difference we perceive between one hotel and another. For instance, if rooms at two hotels are rated 3½ stars () but one is has an 82 room rating and the other a 76, this means that within the 3½-star category, the first has slightly nicer rooms than its sibling.
|Overview||Author Ratings||Reader Ratings||Amenities|
Quietness of Room
Shuttle to Parks
|Onsite Average||86 / 100|
|Offsite Average||72 / 100|