Buildings A, B and C have lobbies with seating areas and lounges for guests and potential clients.
Building A- The Building A present in the compound is the main office. The building contains workspace and the cubicles for the employees. The workspace area is enough to accommodate 50 employees, while also accommodating 4 main cabins for executive officers (CEO, CTO, CFO, CMO).
The main building (Building A) has 2 more floors which has 5 small meeting rooms and 1 large conference hall. Additionally, there is cafeteria and a food court for the employees which is located at the top floor of the building.
Building B- This building consists of 2 floors. The bottom floor is for parking, and also provides storage space and other building utilities. The other floor has a lobby.
Building C- It houses the front-end desk on the first floor and accounts and HR office on the second floor.
? 10 floors with 20 rooms in each floor.
? Lobby area.
? Swimming pool area
? Outdoor Pool
? Coffee Shop
? Activity Rooms
? Staff Quarters
The other organizational buildings will all be hotels with similar layout and architecture at the following locations,
2. Goa, India
3. Oceanville, Miami
FAHRENHEIT is preferred by its customers for all purposes ranging from an extended stay for recreational purposes, a short business trip, or as a space for a corporate event arrangement. We at Fahrenheit try to ensure that the service provided to our guests is flawless in every aspect and in order to achieve this we need effective communication between the hotel staff, this is achieved by building a backbone network infrastructure in the hotel to provide full spectrum of modern communication services such as:
• Digital Telephony
• High speed internet access
• Secure data transfer
As mobility is one of the most crucial aspects of operation for the hotel staff, the development of wireless Wi-Fi network that covers and provides high speed connectivity throughout the whole premise of the hotel became one of the most important objective of our telecommunication partner.
Application Requirements –
In order to remain ahead of the competition in the modern world every hotels, motels or private resorts need to be up to speed with latest technologies so that they have the competitive edge over their rivals. It is a widely accepted truth that the hotels which are able to adapt the latest technologies with ease are more successful as compared to ones that are still dependent on out dated technologies. The key features of any Hotel Software Systems are Multi- Module Systems, Select Module Systems and Basic Reservation Systems.
? Multi- Module Systems or MMS as it is known is basically a software solution which is used mainly by three-star to five-star rated hotels or resorts. This solution is works most efficiently and is most suitable for hotels that have 100 rooms or more.
? Select Module Systems or SMS as it is known is designed more towards a single property reservation.
? Basic Reservation System or BRS is a solution that provides a more basic reservation-processing unit for any hotel.
In order to cater the ever changing and ever-increasing demands of the customers, top chain hotels and resorts have to use the state of the art equipment. The hotel reservation software is installed on state of the art hardware provided by IBM, Sony or HP. The hotel owners realize value of having a sophisticated Operating system and software in their hotels. The hotel reservation software systems provide multiple purposes as they can also be used for employee records and for hotel security monitoring along with its main functionality of enabling the reservations.
• Our hotel uses the Hotel hospitality/sales and catering software. This software is designed majorly for food/beverages and event management purposes. This software helps in smooth and efficient operation of the in-house restaurant, lounge, bar, room service and kitchen. There is a POS module which is linked to the hospitality/sales and catering software that records spa/golf/club charges and posts to the guest folio/ledger for one comprehensive itemized billing. This software can also track the sales and analyze employee productivity.
• One of the most common module used by hotels is the property management system (PMS), which generally contains some or all of the following integrated software:
which will have some or all of the following integrated software: hotel management (front desk, back office, spa/golf/club management), reservation/billing, hospitality/sales and catering, POS (point of sale), Internet booking engine, and hotel accounting.
• Features like individual bookings, check-in/check-out, rate management, and room management/availability are all included in the Reservation software. Multi-location hotel chains require a central reservation system, which provides a central platform for handling reservations to each and every location world-wide.
• A comprehensive Hotel management software also has front desk and back office management features. Front desk features include daily ledger, night audit, guest folios/guest history, guest billing/accounting, housekeeping, and credit card billing. Back office features manage payroll, accounts payable, general inventory, general ledger and personnel/human resources.
• Hotel accounting software features will have general ledger, accounts payable, accounts receivable, personnel, and payroll. Purchasing/receiving, inventory recording and reporting functions.