Ecotourism

Widespread hotel, regional regulations


L'widespread hotelis defined as"A hotel accommodation company located in a single town, made up of several buildings close to each other, with unitary management and able to provide standard hotel services to all guests",in other words awidespread hotelit is not built but is born by networking pre-existing houses and factories. The firstdiffused hotel projectshave been started since the early 1980s, in Friuli and Sardinia.

Due to its particularity, thewidespread hotelit is seen as an excellent opportunity for the development of the area: guests will not be based in a single hotel structure as happens with classic hotels but will be located in several structures in the same village or town. Unlike the activity of dense rooms, with thewidespread hotelone is expectedHallaReceptionand common areas for guests.

Diffused Tree Regulations

Theredesign of a widespread hotelit becomes of particular interest when it involves historical centers endowed with cultural interest and attractions of various kinds (landscape assets, archaeological sites…). Among its objectives, awidespread hotelwill have to enhance the economic situation of the territory through commercial, artisanal and / or food and wine activities, offering guests services capable of "attract"a tourist incoming.

When it comes toregulations, there is no regulationunitary and whoever wantsdesigning a widespread hotelmust refer to regional registers. Regions that have a specific regulation forwidespread hotelsare: Campania, Calabria, Emilia Romagna, the Autonomous Province of Trento, Liguria, Umbria, Marche, Friuli Venezia Giulia, Sardinia, Piedmont, Puglia, Basilicata, Valle d'Aosta, Tuscany, Lazio, Molise, Lombardy ...

It is the Regional Council that establishes the characteristics of the historic centers in which the construction of thewidespread hotel. L'widespread hotelit cannot be built in villages that are in a state of neglect, moreover, not being linked to a particular climatic condition, it is perfect for promoting a seasonal adjustment of tourism.


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