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Tourism Library

From: Birnou Sébarte <bsebarte@puce-et-media.com>
Date: Mon, 14 Apr 2014 11:31:45 +0200
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Hello All,

 

I’m new to this forum, and I’m sorry if this subject was all ready
discussed. I didn’t found any tracks on the mailing list search. So if I’m
not on the appropriate forum, please just let me know.

 

 

The question is … Is there is any proposal for the tourism’s library at
schema.org. One need different itemprop to qualify place either than beeing
restaurant, hotel or other place… such :

·         spoken language (fr_FR, fr_CA, and so on… as you can see I’m
frenchy… J)

·         nature of the accommodation (hôtel, cottage, guest house,
furnished accommodation, vacation rental…)

·         label qualification (stars, clé vacance, gite de france,…) and
rate generally from 1 to 5

·         tenancy (dayly, weekly, fortnightly , monthly…) including price
and taxes…

·         …

the most difficult part is to define a non-exhaustive list for the amenities
for accommodation

·         Pets accepted,

·         TV,

·         Wifi,

·         Swimming pool,

·         Garage, Parking,

·         Disabled access,

·         Bed and breakfast,

·         Bed linen and towels provided

·         Washing machine,

·         household staff,

·         …

I think the views and needs may differ depending on the country and
commitment charters…

Any idea ?

 

Thanks for your attention and have a nice day

birnou

 

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