AAA classifies a Resort as a full service lodging type with the following definition; "Geared to vacation travelers. It is a destination offering varied food and beverage outlets, specialty shops, meeting or conference facilities, entertainment, and extensive recreational facilities for special interests such as golf, tennis, skiing, fishing and water sports. Assorted social and recreational programs are typically offered in season, and a variety of package plans are usually available, including meal plans incorporated into the rates. Larger resorts may offer a variety of guest accommodations." (Quoted from the AAA. "New York TourBook". Buffalo, NY: AAA Publishing. 1999)

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RockResorts International LLC
Hotels in locations throughout the U.S. and Caribbean; includes details of accommodation, facilities, gallery, on-line booking, and contacts.
Shell Hospitality
Owns resorts and hotels in the United States and Canada. Resorts located in Hawaii, Arizona, California and Canada.
The Style Group
Reviews of luxury resorts, hotels, and spas.
Sybaris
Operates private, romantic suites for couples in the Midwestern U.S. Rates and specials, reservations, and virtual tours of the facilities and grounds provided.
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