>>1470079>5 star hotels are the same as 2 star hotels but with nicer stuff
It's a completely accurate statement.
I sort of agree with anon's point, if you're only going to head back to the hotel to sleep and then go right out again in the morning, 5star is a waste of money.
It's more worth it when you're traveling with someone and spending time with them in the hotel room is a thing, or when you've got time and a reason to relax in the hotel and take advantage of the facilities.
I like high-class hotels for work but I find them a bit of a waste for tourism.>>1470221>pay for wifi and
That must be in Australia or USA. It's always been free anywhere I've stayed in Asia.
Paying for breakfast is a thing, usually you book a room with or without breakfast (and it will be cheaper than paying for it on the spot).>>1470304>memes of hoighty toighty French aristocratic taste and luxury
Pretty sure that that's why it's *still* popular.
It's a useful measure, you don't treat it as the be-all-and-end-all but it does tell you information about a place.