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One of the great things about Canada fly in fishing trip packages is that you are really getting the opportunity to return to how nature used to be, untouched and without the interference of human habitation. There is a variety of types of Canada fly in fishing trip opportunities, two of them are walk/wade trips and the other is the float trip. This usually involves first flying in to a remote location, then heading out for some fly-fishing. There is nothing like the feel of walking out into the river or wading out into the lake and throwing out a line to see what you can bring in. Canada fly in fishing trip packages that involve fly-fishing may involve the following locations Owens River, Piru Creek and Deep Creek, along with the Delaware River, Stillaguamish River and Idaho Falls. Depending on the Canada fly in fishing trip you,choose you may be hitting a rustic cabin or a hotel, resort, or bed and breakfast for your fly-fishing. For a listing of what locations are ideal for a Canada fly in fishing trip check out the fishing guide or travel guides for the locations, points of entry, times of year that provide the best fishing and the types of fish that are available in a particular area. If you are looking to travel during the summer and early fall June through September one fly in fishing location you should consider is Hearne Lake. Here trophy-fishing trips are available and the catch is Northern Pike, Lake Trout, Walleye, artic grayling and lake white fish. Depending on the type of fish you are going after you may want to consider the timing of your trip. In June, typically the catch is going to be Northern Pike, Lake Trout and Walleye. Artic Graylings show up in July and run through September and Lake Whitefish provide the catch from the end of August through September. The best way to experience a fly in trip or a fly-fishing trip is to be aware of what the catch is and find someone familiar with the area that can provide you with tips and locations that provide the best fishing.Canada provides some of the best fishing opportunities, locations and catches in the world. If you are a serious angler or someone who just enjoys camping out and fishing there is something for you in Canada's fishing trips. Depending on the type of experience you are looking for you may want to consider the various travel options that are presented. There are even travel agents that deal specifically in fishing tips to these remote and pristine locations whether it is fly in, fly-fishing, or deep-sea, lake or river or inland sea, Canada has something to offer everyone.
1. What is a condo hotel or condotel? Think of a condo hotel (also sometimes called a condotel or hotel condo) as buying a condominium, although one that is part of a four-star caliber hotel. Therefore, as an owner, when you are on vacation, you'll get the benefit of more four-star services and amenities than you'd get in a typical condominium. 2. What types of services and amenities are found in condo hotels? If you can imagine the niceties you'd find in an upscale hotel, then you can picture a condo hotel. Among the features are often resort-style pools, full-service spas, state-of-the-art fitness centers, fine dining restaurants, concierge services and room service. In some locations, like Las Vegas, you'll find condo hotels with their own casinos, retail areas, and entertainment venues. In places like Orlando, you'll find condo hotels with their own water parks and convention facilities. 3. What is the difference between a condo hotel and a traditional condominium? The big difference between a hotel and a condo hotel is that a hotel typically has one owner, either individual or corporate, but a condo hotel is sold off unit by unit. Therefore, a 300-room condo hotel could have as many as 300 unit owners. 4. Is it evident to hotel guests whether they're staying in a condo hotel or a traditional hotel? A hotel guest will likely never know that the hotel has multiple owners because the property is operated just like a traditional hotel and often under the management of a well-known hotel company like Hilton, Hyatt, Starwood, Trump or W. Also, each of the individual condo hotel units will look identical in design and décor to every other, just as they would in a traditional hotel. 5. Who typically buys condo hotels? They're primarily sold to people who want a vacation home but do not want to deal with the hassles typically associated with second home ownership such as maintaining the property or finding renters in the off season. 6. What is the demographic of the typical condo hotel buyer? The spectrum of condo hotel buyers is pretty broad. There are families that want a second home in a vacation destination. There are baby boomers who are at or nearing retirement and want somewhere they can "winter." There are also plenty of investors who purchase a condo hotel unit with little intention of ever using it; they're in it for the potential appreciation of the real estate. 7. Can you live in a condo hotel? Condo hotels are not typically offered as primary residences. In fact, many of them limit the unit owner's usage of the condo hotel unit (typically 30-60 days per year) because the unit is expected and needed in the hotel's nightly rental program where it can be offered to guests and generate revenue. 8. Who gets the money when your condo hotel is rented out? The hotel management company splits the rental revenue with the individual condo hotel owner. While the exact percentages vary from property to property, the typical rental split is in the 50%-50% range. 9. Who finds hotel guests and then cleans and maintains the condo hotel units? The hotel management company markets the property and books hotel guests. It also maintains the unit and ensures the smooth operation of all of the hotel's services and amenities. 10. What are the advantages / disadvantages of purchasing a condotel over purchasing typical rental properties? Advantages include: · Hassle-free ownership; no landlord issues · Rental revenue to offset some or maybe all ownership expenses · A fantastic vacation home available for use whenever you want · A real estate investment at a time when other investments may seem less attractive · Strong likelihood of appreciation · Pride of ownership --"I own a piece of a Trump" Disadvantages include: · Annual cash flow could be equal to or less than annual ownership costs · Pets are usually not welcome. · An owner's condo hotel unit may be rented when the owner wants to it, so advance reservations are required to guarantee availability. · The condo hotel unit is subject to the same dips in the market that affect all hotels in the competitive market set: hurricanes, terrorist threats, warm winters up north, price of gas, etc., all of which can affect a unit's occupancy rate and the amount of revenue it generates. 11. Are condo hotel units difficult to finance? Not at all, but they do take 20% down typically, whereas condos can be purchased with less cash down. It's also important to make sure you use a mortgage broker who has had success in getting condo hotel financing deals done. Many banks still do not do them, but more and more are getting involved as condo hotels become more widely available. 12. How long have condo hotels been around and where are they located? Condo hotels have been around for several decades, but the huge surge of four-star and five-star condo hotels that have been making their way across the country, started around year 2000 in the Miami area. The Miami-Fort Lauderdale area still has the most condo hotels, but areas like Orlando and Las Vegas are developing condo hotel properties at an even faster rate and will likely surpass South Florida soon. Other up-and-coming areas are places like the Bahamas, Panama, Dominican Republic, Mexico, Canada and Dubai. 13. How much do condo hotel units cost? That's like asking how much a car costs. There are different quality condo hotels. Some require greater amounts of money than others, obviously. There are inexpensive condo hotels out there for as little as $100,000. These are typically found in properties that have converted their use from an existing hotel. They are hotel room-sized, lack kitchen facilities, luxury franchises, and other first-class amenities. Then there are the four-star or greater properties that may start in the $300,000 to $400,000 range, but can go all the way up to $800,000 just for a studio unit. One- and two-bedroom units cost substantially more than a studio. Of course, the studios do come fully furnished and finished, and will be significantly larger in size than a typical hotel room, and may attract guests because of its name like St. Regis, Ritz or W. 14. What are typical maintenance costs? On average about $1.00 to $1.50 per sq. ft., but the range can exceed $2.00 sq. ft. in the most luxurious properties. 15. Do you buy condo hotel units after they have been built, or can you purchase condo hotels in pre-construction? Unless you are in a hurry to get started vacationing or you need to complete a 1031 exchange, it's best to buy condo hotels in pre-construction as early as possible. That's when prices are lowest and unit selection is greatest. You will likely wait two years or longer before closing on and taking possession of your condo hotel unit, but you will have locked in the price and will get the benefit of maximum appreciation. 16. Is there anything else investors should want to know about condotels? There is more to buying this type of real estate than the old phrase, "location, location, location." While most condo hotels are located in desirable resort and business area locations, what is most important is a good franchise with a strong reservation system. Also, do not be fooled by an aggressive rental split. One way or the other, the developer of the property will have to staff, maintain and operate the hotel and its services like the restaurants, bars, spas and pools from his share of the proceeds. If he's giving you a very favorable share of the rental, he's also more likely to be charging you a higher monthly maintenance fee. Of course, this goes both ways. If the maintenance split that is offered is closer to 50-50, then your maintenance should be more reasonable too. 17. Any suggestions to investors in choosing which condo hotel to buy? Get good advice. That means you don't want to rely only on the pitch provided by an onsite salesperson at a condo hotel. You want to talk with a broker who specializes in condo hotels and who knows and understands the entire condo hotel market, not just the facts pertaining to a single property. He or she will listen to your wants and needs and then offer recommendations as to which properties best match your requirements. You'll have an opportunity to comparison shop and consider the pros and cons of each available property. A good broker can be the difference between your buying a condo hotel that will be problematic and not live up to your expectations or one that will provide you with years of great vacations, good annual revenue and a substantial profit when you sell. 18. Does it cost more to use a real estate broker to purchase a condo hotel than buying a unit on one's own? No. With new condo hotel properties, the prices are always set by the developer and are exactly the same whether you buy directly from an onsite salesperson at the property or using a broker. The broker's commission is always paid by the developer and is already built into the price regardless of whether an outside broker participates in the sale or not. Since a broker's representation is free to buyers, it does make sense to enlist their aid and get the benefit of their advice before making a purchase. 19. How can prospective buyers find a good condo hotel broker? Ask friends for broker recommendations or search online for "condo hotel broker." Visit condo hotel broker websites and see if the information they provide seems comprehensive and unbiased. If their website seems to focus on selling homes or office space, and the condo hotel information appears to be an afterthought, steer clear. Your best bet is to work with a condo hotel broker who specializes. 20. How can buyers learn about new condo hotel properties coming on the market?
Traveling can be quite an expensive hobby. There are many things to consider in your budget, like airfares or other cost of transportation, tour fees, entrance tickets, pocket money, and of course temporary lodging during you stay. Good thing that there are many hotels with quality accommodations while maintaining very affordable rates. It makes budgeting a little bit easier. When one finds such a hotel, it is very likely that he will tell it to everyone he knows. And by word of mouth, it will be passed on to many people. This is how these hotels basically earn their good reputation. And this is how they become famous internationally. Some of these hotels are listed here. There is JW Marriott Hotel Dubai, United Arab Emirates. This hotel has an impressive modern architectural design, having a glass facade that leads to the marble atrium lobby. It is located a few kilometers away from the waterfront, Dubai Museum, Ski Dubai and International Airport. The hotel is designed with modern Arabic touches and has state-of-the-art facilities and great amenities as well. In Kuala Lumpur, Malaysai, the Hotel Imperial is very famous. This is a 38-story building, formerly known as The Sheraton Imperial conveniently located near the Convention Center and the Petronas Twin Towers. Their guests will enjoy shopping in luxurious boutiques and shops, dine in famous restaurants, and experience the thrill in several wine bars and nights spots. This hotel features a mixture of modern facilities and different architectural designs from different cultures. Lots of great amenities are also offered. Another example is the Radisson Hotel Shimla in India. It is located in Shimla, a few kilometers away from Shimla Railway Station. This hotel features 59 guestrooms with breathtaking views overlooking the Himalayan Mountains. Amenities include high-speed Internet access, mini bars, and in-room safes. Restaurants boast delicious Indian and other International cuisines. Meeting rooms can accommodate up to 100 people. They guarantee first class service at cheap rates. In Canada, the talk of the town is the Quality Hotel and Conference Center. This hotel is situated near the casino, the falls, and in the middle of the tourist district in Ontario. Guests can enjoy visiting to other local landmarks while staying in this hotel. Amenities included are whirlpool, wakeup service, safety deposit box (front desk), indoor and outdoor pools, and complimentary breakfast. Children 16 years old and below are free of charge. It is also near to the area attractions such the Butterfly Conservatory and many more. Quality Hotel and Conference Center is a smoke-free hotel. The Berlin Marriott Hotel is in Germany. Although European vacations are generally expensive, your stay in Berlin Marriott is not so. This hotel offers first class accommodations at very irresistible rates. The hotel is also conveniently located near the famous attractions in Berlin. This makes your stay here a strike two in one deal. Other hotels having international fame because of value for money accommodations are Sheraton Orlando Downtown, Radisson World Gate, Hotel Pointe Rivoli, Silver Springs Hotel, London House Hotel, Holiday Inn Central Plaza, Park Plaza Beijing Wangfujing, and Intercontinental Financial Street Beijing. Also try Grand Angkasa Hotel (Medan), Best Western Anglo Swiss Hotel, Hotel Du Nord et de l'est, the Hotel Wolcott, Statler Hotel, Sutton Place Suites, and Lourdes Hotel Roissy.