Do you want to start a hotel business but you want to go niche and be unique? If YES, here are 50 best hotel related business ideas & opportunities for 2019.

There are many hotels in the world, this is a fact. In fact, it has been estimated that there are more than 700,000 hotels and resorts scattered around the globe. The total number of rooms for the various properties come to 15.5 million.

According to creditdonkey, as of 2013, there were 52,887 lodging properties open for business nationwide, and on average, 62.2% of rooms in all U.S. hotels and motels are occupied at any given time.

This goes to show how incredibly viable and profitable the hotel or lodging industry is today. The fact that there are lots of hotels and lodging facilities doesn’t mean that there are no rooms again for more. Far from it, as people would keep travelling for one reason or the other and would need a place to lodge.

Granted, hotels are very expensive to build and maintain, but there are other types of traveler accommodations out there that can be set up and run on a reasonable budget.

Even if you feel that you can’t break even, or you don’t have the financial capacity to erect a hotel or lodging, there are various ways you can profit from the hotel or accommodation industry. Read on to find some of them.

50 Best Hotel Related Business ideas & Opportunities for 2019

  1. Business Hotels

Business hotels are said to be the largest group of hotel types and they are built to cater to business travellers. True to form, business hotels are usually located in business districts. Apart from lodging, these hotels also offer meeting space, ballrooms, Wi-Fi, business centers, rental or complimentary computers and iPads, catering, and dedicated business concierges.

Though business hotels primarily serves business travellers, but many tour groups, individual tourists and small conference groups find these hotels attractive. Guest amenities at business hotels may include complimentary newspapers, morning coffee, free local telephone calls, breakfast etc. This hotel may prove to be too heavy an investment for entrepreneurs, so the business is usually done in partnerships.

  1. Airport Hotels

An airport hotel is a hotel near the airport. This hotel does not have to be connected to the airport (although some are) or even located adjacent to it. As complimentary service, most airport hotels have a shuttle to and from the terminals.

These types of hotels typically target business clientele, airline passengers with overnight travel layovers or cancelled flights and airline crews or staff. Some hotels might give free transport between hotel and they tend to charge guests by the hour instead of normal daily night charges.

  1. Suite Hotels

A suite hotel is one that includes all room types and at least a suite. A hotel suite typically connects other additional rooms, and it often boasts of luxury and upscale type accommodations. These hotels have a living room and a separate bedroom. Busy professionals such as accountants, lawyers, business men and executives find suite hotels particularly attractive as they can work and also entertain in an area besides their private bedrooms.

The main attraction of these hotels is its guestrooms with a living room and a separate bedroom. In exchange for more complete living room, suite hotels generally have fewer and more limited public areas and guest services than other hotels. This also helps keep suite hotel’s guestroom prices competitive in the market.

  1. Extended Stay Hotels

An extended-stay hotel is a serviced apartment complex that uses a hotel-style booking system. It is similar to renting an apartment, but with no fixed contracts and occupants are free to leave whenever they wish. Extended stay hotels are kind of similar to the suite hotels, but they are known to offer kitchen amenities in the room instead of a separate place. These hotels are for long travellers who need to stay for long in an area, but are not able to afford hotel bills.

  1. Serviced Apartments

A serviced apartment is a fully furnished apartment available for short-term or long-term stay. The lure of serviced apartments is that they provide hotel-like amenities such as room service, housekeeping, a fitness center, a laundry room, and a recreation room.

The rooms available generally include living room, bedroom, kitchen, private balcony, washing machines, kitchen utensils etc. Unlike normal hotels, serviced apartment only provide weekly housekeeping service. Serviced Apartment hotels provide long-term or permanent accommodation for the guest. Usually the guest makes a lease agreement with the hotel for minimum of one month up to a year.

  1. Resort Hotels

Resort hotels are luxury facilities that are intended primarily for vacationers and they are usually located near special attractions such as beaches and seashores, scenic or historic areas, ski parks, or spas. Resort hotels provide enjoyable and memorable guest experiences like good scenery, golf, tennis, sailing, skiing and swimming that encourage guests to come back for another visit. These hotels are usually exotic and quite expensive to start and run.

  1. Bed and Breakfast

A bed and breakfast is a small lodging establishment that offers overnight accommodation and breakfast. Bed and breakfasts are often private family homes and usually have between four and eleven rooms as standard. The owner of the bed and breakfast usually stays on the premises and is responsible for serving breakfast to guests. The main difference between a bed and breakfast and a hotel is that the owners of a Bed and Breakfast see their patrons as guests, while hotels may see their patrons as customers. This is a cheaper alternative to building and running a hotel.

  1. Timeshare Rentals

Timeshare rentals are condo-style units at resorts that timeshare owners rent to other individuals, rather than use for themselves. Timeshare rentals are the only way to get access to resort accommodations and amenities at amazing lower prices. These owners may also have the unit rented out by the management company that operates the hotel.

  1. Casino Hotels

A casino hotel is an establishment consisting of a casino with temporary lodging provided in an on-premises hotel. Customers receive the benefits of both gambling facilities and lodging. The food and beverage served in a casino hotel is secondary to and usually supportive of casino operations and not necessarily the hotels. Being the most popular gambling city, Casino hotels dominate the Las Vegas skyline and inside they are just as jaw-dropping, with theatres, clubs, art, restaurants, malls etc.

  1. Conference and Convention Centre hotels

These types of hotels focus on providing venues for meetings and conferences, while also providing overnight accommodation for guests at the meetings. To entice guests, Conference and Convention Centre hotels also provide video conferencing facility, audiovisual equipment, business services, flexible seating arrangements, flipchart etc. These hotels are mostly located outside metropolitan areas and have facilities like golf, swimming pools, tennis courts, fitness centres, spas etc. to entertain guests after the major event has been taken care of.

  1. Luxury/Five Star hotels

A Luxury Hotel is considered a hotel which provides a luxurious accommodation experience to guests. They usually target top business executives, entertainment celebrities, high- ranking political figures, and wealthy clientele as their primary markets. Luxury hotels also provide upscale restaurants and lounges, valet, concierge services and also private dining facilities.

  1. Mid-Range hotels

Mid-range hotels are usually the perfect combination of value-for-money and comfort. Mid-range hotels often feature bigger rooms than budget hotels, and they offer more amenities. Hotels offering mid-range or 3 to 4 star hotels service, appeal the largest segment of the travelling public. This kind of hotels does not provide elaborate service but they usually have adequate staffing. They also provide uniformed service, food and beverage room service, in room entertainment and also Wi-Fi.

  1. Budget/Limited Service hotels

A limited-service hotel offer budget-friendly rooms that are much more basic than their full-service counterparts. These hotels provide clean, comfortable, safe, inexpensive rooms that meet the basic need of guests. Budget hotels appeal primarily to budget minded travellers who just want a room with minimum services and amenities required for comfortable stay, without paying additional cost for unnecessary services.

  1. Chain hotels

A chain hotel is a hotel that is part of a series or of a group of hotels operated by the same company or owner. Hotel chains nowadays form the basis of world tourist business, and there are currently several hundreds of hotel chains in the world.A

Hotel Chain therefore is an administration company that manages a number of hotels having the same name but being located in different areas. Hotel Chains provide reservations support, extensive marketing and advertising campaigns, guest loyalty programs, brand standards (i.e. quality assurance), consulting support and lender comfort to their affiliates.

  1. A ryokan

A ryokan is a Japanese-style inn that has existed since the eighth century A.D. They typically feature tatami-matted rooms, communal baths, and other public areas where visitors may wear yukata and talk with the owner. Some ryokans are very simple and usually offer extra rooms for travelers while others are more elaborate and serve people in the economic higher ranks.

At a Japanese ryokan, it is common for guests to take off their shoes at the entrance and to change into slippers or zori (Japanese sandals). This custom, which is also practiced in ordinary homes, stems from the tatami culture. Ryokans are more typically located in scenic areas such as in the mountains or by the sea. A typical ryokan has a relatively large entrance hall, with couches and chairs where guests can sit and talk; a modernized ryokan often has a television in the hall as well.

Guest rooms are constructed using traditional Japanese methods: flooring is tatami, and doors are sliding doors. Even if the inn uses hinged doors for security, it usually opens into a small entrance way where guests can take off their shoes before stepping onto the tatami floor, which would be separated by a sliding door. Many ryokan rooms also feature a porch or balcony, also set off with a sliding door.

  1. Capsule/Pod hotel

This type of hotel is native to Japan, and it usually features a large number of extremely small rooms (called capsules). Capsule hotels are intended to provide cheap, basic overnight accommodation for guests who do not require or who cannot afford the services offered by more conventional hotels. Some modern pod hotels do provide restaurants (or maybe a vending machine), pools, and other entertainment facilities.

Capsule hotels vary in size, from fifty or so capsules to 700, and they are used primarily by men, though some capsules also offer female accommodation, but the female pods are kept separate. Clothes and shoes can sometimes be exchanged for Japanese yukata and slippers on entry, and the guests usually have to share bathing areas. Facilities differ, but most include a television, an electronic console, and wireless internet connection.

  1. Eco hotels

An Eco Hotel is an accommodation facility that has made specific structural and functional adjustments in order to minimize their impact on the environment. Eco hotels are known for energy efficiency and for the use of renewable energy sources such as solar or wind power.

These hotels have to be certified green by an independent third-party or by the state they are located in before they can get listed under eco hotels. Previously, hotels were called Eco because of their location in jungles, and their use of traditional building methods. Today, eco hotels also include properties in less “natural” locations that have invested in improving their “green” credentials.

  1. List your home on airbnb

Airbnb is an American company which operates an online marketplace and hospitality service for people to lease or rent short-term lodging including holiday cottages, apartments, homestays, hostel beds, or hotel rooms. The company does not own any real estate or conduct tours, it just acts as a broker and receives percentage service fees from every booking. If you have extra spaces in your home, you can list them on airbnb.

  1. Open an Online Hotel Booking Website

An online hotel booking website is a website where people come to review hotel rates and book their stays. An online hotel booking website is profitable if the website has a lot of traffic, and is also rated highly. Some hotel booking websites earn thousands of dollars monthly while others struggle to pay hosting fees.

To start this business, you need to build a powerful brand, add lovely photographs of hotels and make regular updates on prices. You can add a customer service or any platform to increase the booking average. In this business, the more people book hotels and pay through your website the more money you make through percentages. Other money making resources available to hotel booking websites are placement advertisement and contextual advertisement.

  1. Garden hotels

Garden hotels are hotels that have luscious gardens in their hotel premises. Many hotels that were converted from large private residences have gardens designed by famous garden designers, and they are one of the main attractions of the hotels.

These hotels are suitable to nature lovers and lovers of ancient history as most of these hotels were found to be castles, palaces, monasteries, mansions and country seats which have become financially unviable as homes, hence their conversion into garden hotels. Many of these hotels are better known for their gardens than for their modern use as hotels.

  1. A guest house

A guest house is a kind of guest lodging. In some parts of the world, guest houses are a type of inexpensive hotel-like lodging, but in others, they are private homes which have been converted for the exclusive use of guest accommodation.

Guest houses range from low-budget rooms to luxury apartments, and they tend to be like small hotels in larger cities. They are usually larger than ‘bed and breakfast’ accommodations, but still serve breakfast and they are not licensed to serve alcoholic beverages.

Their owners usually live in an entirely separate area within the property and the guest house may serve as a form of lodging business. Guest houses offer advantages like personalized attention, healthy and homemade food, quietness, inexpensiveness, modern design etc. Among the features which distinguish a guest house from a hotel or inn is the lack of a full-time staff.

  1. A motel

A motel is a hotel designed for motorists and usually has a parking area for motor vehicles. The word motel is a contraction of “motor hotel”. The term referred initially to a type of hotel consisting of a single building of connected rooms whose doors face a parking lot and in some circumstances, a common area or a series of small cabins with common parking

Motels are often individually owned, though motel chains do exist. Motels almost by definition include a parking lot, while older hotels were not usually built with automobile parking in mind. Motels differ from hotels in their location along highways.

  1. A patient hotel

A patient hotel is a facility that provides accommodation for patients who need to be close to a hospital, but do not need a hospital bed. The hotel also accommodates the family member staying with the patient. They are usually in the grounds of a hospital, and are used by people who are recuperating or awaiting treatment. Patient hotels are common in Finland, Sweden and Norway because the countries offer state-funded comfort for patients. An entrepreneur can decide to build a hotel very close to a hospital to accommodate visiting patients.

  1. Pension lodging

A pension is a type of guest house or boarding house. A pension will normally provide a room and typically offer not only breakfast, but also lunch, dinner and sometimes even tea. Rather than paying for the room and each meal separately, guests select a plan which either comprises overnight accommodation, breakfast, lunch and dinner (full board) or the preceding minus the lunch (half board/demi-pension).

These small businesses may offer special rates for travellers staying longer than a week, may be located in historic buildings, can be family-run, and are generally cheaper than other lodgings, such as hotels, although they offer more limited services. This is another reasonably priced hotel business someone can start.

  1. A pension hotel

A pension hotel is a type of guest house or boarding house. This hotel provides rooms to guests but with no or few amenities, though guests usually have private bathrooms with showers. A pension hotel usually has a window air conditioning unit, but the hallways and other areas of the hotel are usually cooled only by fans. Some pension hotels, especially in beach areas, provide only ceiling fans for cooling. Pension hotels also exist in Europe. European pension hotels may offer a bed in a room shared with others and the bathroom may be a communal one.

  1. Hostels

A hostel is an establishment which provides inexpensive food and lodging for a specific group of people, such as students, workers, or travellers. They provide budget-oriented, sociable accommodation where guests can rent a bed, usually a bunk bed, in a dormitory and share a bathroom, lounge and sometimes a kitchen. Rooms can be mixed or single-sex, and private rooms may also be available.

Hostels are often cheaper for both the operator and occupants, and many hostels have long-term residents whom they employ as desk agents or housekeeping staff in exchange for experience or discounted accommodation. Hostels also used to refer to boarding schools or student dormitories in resident colleges and universities.

  1. Pop-up hotel

There are pop-up restaurants, pop-up shops, even pop-up museums, but what about pop-up hotels? Definitely we have pop-up hotels. A pop-up hotel is a temporary hotel that is set up in a location for a short time. This hotel because of its nature can be moved from one place to the other.

Such hotels may be built from pre-fabricated modules which are plugged together on site or from collapsible structures such as tents or they may be fully mobile, being built on a large vehicle. Often seen as an alternative to glamping, such hotels provide accommodation for seasonal or unique events such as large outdoors music festivals, retreats, weddings or sporting events.

  1. Build Self-Service Hotels

A self-service hotel is one where guests are made to take care of their needs. The concept is easy, functional and it attracts a lot of travellers. Self-service hotels are usually a small self-contain accommodation complete with seating area, kitchen and bathroom. The traveler takes care of his feeding and is independent of external service.

In such hotels there is no room service but there are other provisions like laundry and shuttle car rental. Travelers find self-service hotels cheaper and easier on their finance. To start a self-service hotel, you can build a series of small bungalows with basic but essential amenities. Find a good location, get permits and certifications before starting this business venture. The business venture is capital intensive but will yield huge profit in the long run.

  1. A hotelship

A hotelship is a passenger ship that can be transformed into a hotel for a short period of time. In periods when accommodation shortages can be predicted, for example during trade fairs or big events, hotelships can complement the already existing permanent hotels in a flexible fashion. River cruisers are used as hotelships for a limited time and intermittently.

Hotelships are designed for cruising and therefore people can stay longer periods on board. These hotels are available in different categories and they can have between 50 and 100 cabins. The cabins come with shower, WC, air conditioning, telephone and TV. Depending on the ship, guests are likely to have bars, restaurants and lounges at their disposal, and, in superior categories of ship, even libraries, fitness areas, whirlpools or saunas.

  1. A stopping house

A stopping house is essentially a private residence that also offers room and board. It is a kind of rural lodging used in Pacific Northwest during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. They are similar to the coaching inns of Britain and Ireland except that they were not located on well-traveled routes, but on frontier tracks for fur traders and pioneers.

  1. A heuhotel

A heuhotel or hay hotel is a form of public lodging in which guests pay for sleeping accommodations in bedding made of hay. In this kind of accommodation, sleeping quarters are usually shared. This style of lodging first became popular in the middle ages, and had a resurgence in modern form in Germany in 2009.

  1. A holiday cottage or holiday home

A holiday cottage, also called a holiday home, or vacation property is an accommodation, typically a house that is used for holiday vacations. Such properties are usually small homes, such as cottages, that vacationers can rent and run as if it were their own home for the duration of their stay.

This kind of holiday home is ideal for families or even a romantic pair who what to stay a bit longer, and want to experience the local appeal. These properties are usually set in peaceful areas that have panoramic views. A holiday cottage may be owned by the person renting it out for vacation, or it can be rented out to holidaymakers through an agency.

  1. A hostal

A hostal is a type of lodging found mostly in Spain and Hispanic America. Hostales are built to be cheaper than hotels, thus they appeal to vacationers on a budget. Though the word hostal is similar to hostel, the two words refer to different types of accommodation. Hostels refers to properties that offer shared accommodation, typically in dormitories, while hostal refers to a type of family-run pension typically common only in Spain and a few other Spanish-speaking countries.

Hostales normally have a bar, restaurant or cafeteria where drinks and food are sold to guests and locals alike. The accommodations typically include private bedrooms, and sometimes apartments and they are available for either short or long term rent. Just like hotels, hostales provide linens and towels for guests, unless it is a long term apartment rental in which case the guest is considered a resident and does not receive cleaning and other services.

Guests sometimes share a common bathroom, but rooms with en suite bathrooms can also be made available on request. Hostales are common in Spain and are also found in Mexico, Central and South America and California. They are often family-run, independent businesses, with a strong involvement with the local community.

  1. An ice hotel

An ice hotel just like its name suggests is a hotel that is sculpted out of blocks of ice. Because ice by nature melts, ice hotels are usually temporary, and they only spring up in winter because of their dependence on sub-freezing temperatures. Thy usually have to be rebuilt every year. Ice hotels exist in several countries, and they have varying construction styles, services and amenities which may include ice bars, restaurants, chapels, saunas and hot tubs.

Their lobbies are often filled with ice sculptures, and food and drinks are specially chosen while keeping the cold environment in mind. For instance, glasses in an ice bar can be made of ice and people sit on benches made of ice. The construction of ice hotels typically begins between November and March when snow can be compacted and thick levels of ice form.

  1. Build Inns

Inns are mostly buildings where travelers can seek lodging, and where they are sometimes served food and drinks. Inns are typically located in the country or along a highway so travellers can easily stop for the night. Before the advent of motorized transportation, they also provided accommodation for horses.

Inns in Europe were possibly first established when the Romans built their system of Roman roads two millennia ago. In addition to providing for the needs of travelers, inns traditionally acted as community gathering places. Today, many pubs use the name “inn”, for many reasons, either because they are long established and may have been formerly coaching inns, or to conjure up the old aura of an inn.

  1. Build a love hotel

A love hotel is a type of short-stay hotel that can be found around the world under one guise or the other. Love hotels operate primarily for the purpose of allowing guests privacy for sexual activities. The name originates from “Hotel Love” in Osaka, which was built in 1968 and had a rotating sign. Usually, love hotels can be identified using symbols such as hearts, to signify love.

Their rooms are typically rented for short periods such as a few hours, which is called ‘rest’, but they also offer overnight stay. In general, reservations are not possible, and leaving the hotel will forfeit access to the room; overnight-stay rates become available only after 22:00.

These hotels may be used for prostitution, although they are sometimes used by budget-travelers sharing accommodation. Entrances are discreet, and interaction with staff is minimized. Rooms are often selected from a panel of buttons, and the bill may be settled by pneumatic tube, automatic cash machine, or paying an unseen staff member behind a pane of frosted glass. Parking lots will often be concealed and windows will be few, so as to maximize privacy.

  1. A transit hotel

A transit hotel is a short-stay hotel typically used at international airports in the transit zone where passengers on extended waits between planes (typically a minimum of six hours) can stay. The hotel is usually located within the airside security/passport checkpoints and close to the airport terminals. Transit hotels are what make long, multiflight trips tolerable for travellers.

Passengers can walk off the plane and check into a room to refresh between long flights. Room rates at transit hotels vary but are often cheaper than at regular hotels to make it easier on travellers. Their restaurants serve a variety of local and continental dishes to guests as well as both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.

  1. A condo hotel

A condo hotel, also known as a Condotel, hotel-condo or a Contel, is a building which is legally a condominium but which is operated as a hotel, offering short term rentals, and which maintains a Front Desk. Condo hotels are usually large, high-rise, luxury hotels that are situated in major cities and resorts.

These hotels have condominium units which allow someone to own a full-service vacation home. When they are not using this home, they can leverage the marketing and management done by the hotel chain to rent and manage the condo unit as it would any other hotel room.

  1. A botel

It has been called a hotel boat, a boat hotel, a boatel or a bote, but a botel is a boat that serves as a hotel or hostel. This is essentially a floating hotel. Botels may range from small or larger purpose-built or converted boats or other watercraft, to even converted ships. Some botels are permanently moored or grounded, but a few others do take guests on tours of the city. Their rooms vary in range depending on the financial leanings of the guest.

  1. A boutique hotel

A boutique hotel is a small hotel which typically has between 10 and 100 rooms. These hotels are usually set in unique settings with upscale accommodations and individualized Unique Selling Points (USPs). Boutique hotels began appearing in the 1980s in major cities like Paris, London, New York, and San Francisco. Boutique hotels generally have a smaller amount of rooms than their larger counterparts.

In recent years, boutique hotels have emerged as the most liked guest accommodation all over the world. The popularity of the boutique concept has prompted some multi-national hotel companies to try to capture a market share. These hotels are usually found in resort destinations with exotic amenities such as electronics, spas, yoga and/or painting classes.

  1. A flophouse

A flophouse or doss-house is a place that offers very cheap lodging, generally by providing only minimal services. Many flophouses resemble hostels because of their barracks-like rows of bunks and shared bathrooms. The rooms are tiny and contain little besides a cheap bed and perhaps a table or a closet, and some may not even have those.

It often has a few internet terminals for rent, and some beers for sale. Flophouses can be so cheap and run-down that they appear sometimes scary. They are usually found near the bus and train stations, or in particular neighborhoods in a large city, often away from the center.

  1. Casa Particular

A Casa particular is a phrase meaning private accommodation or private homestays in Cuba. The Casa particular is very similar to a bed and breakfast, although it can also take the form of vacation rental. Often shortened to simply casa, a Casa Particular is basically a private family establishment that provides paid lodging, usually on a short-term basis.

This term is also used for full apartments and houses, rooms inside people’s homes, mini-apartments or rooms with separate entrance (studio or efficiency type rooms). These hotels usually serve breakfast, sometimes continental and sometimes the full English variety, in the morning. The business may be operated either as a primary occupation or as a secondary source of income, and the staff often consists of the house’s owner(s) and members of their family who live there.

  1. A Choultry

A Choultry is a resting place, an inn or caravansary for travelers, pilgrims or visitors to a site, typically linked to Buddhist, Jain and Hindu temples. They are also referred to as chottry, choultree, choltry, chowry, chawari, chawadi, chowree or tschultri.

This lodging is more common in South India, Central India and West India, while in North India similar facilities are called Dharmshalas. A choultry provides seating space, rooms, water and sometimes food financed by a charitable institution. Its services are either at no cost, or nominal rates, or it is up to the visitor to leave whatever they wish as a donation. They are also used by officials traveling on public business.

  1. A Gasthaus

A Gasthaus is a German-style inn or tavern with a bar, a restaurant, banquet facilities and hotel rooms that are put up for rent. Gasthäuser are typically found in smaller towns and are often family-owned. It is not uncommon to have three generations of a family working together in such an establishment and many have been owned by the same family for generations. Gasthäuser are common in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and other European countries around Germany. Some are decorated with mural paintings depicting fairy tale stories or local legendary figures.

  1. A Turbaza

A Turbaza is a generally Soviet-era, Russian form of inexpensive, holiday accommodation. Basically a tour camp or tourbase. Turbazas are commonly leased-out to groups or firms renting the entire facility to provide holiday accommodation for their members or employees. They are generally rustic, located in rural areas that offer outdoor recreation. Dining, and often sleeping, is accommodated in a large, open, common area.

  1. The hotel barge

The hotel barge came into being following the decline in commercial and freight carrying on the canals of Europe. Many working barges have been converted into floating hotels of varying degrees of luxury. This trend began in the 1960s and has now grown into a network of hotel barges operating on the canals and rivers of France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany and the UK.

The majority of hotel barges operate on the French waterways, where the national authority Voies Navigables de France estimates their economic importance at 60 million euros of local income, or roughly 5% of all waterway tourism business in France.

  1. Become a hotel chef

If you do not have the finances to build a hotel, but you are a damned good cook, worry not, you can still be part of the hotel business. You only have to offer your services to a hotel for a good fee. To be able to command higher rates, you need to have the necessary training and certifications, and you should also have requisite experience about food and different types of cooking.

  1. Start a hotel cleaning business

Hotels need to be cleaned always, that’s an indisputable fact. If you run a cleaning business, now may be the time to start applying to hotels to offer your services to them, that is if you want to be in the hotel line. It is a fact that most hotels have their own cleaning staff, but others hire this service out. Look for hotels in this category and apply to them. Make sure you have no bad records and you have the required licenses and permits.

  1. Become a hotel publicist

A publicist, also known as a public relations specialist, is someone who generates media coverage for their client in order to promote them to the public. Clients can be from the film industry, the music industry or even be a company or private business that needs to improve its image in the public eye

A publicist serves as a bridge between their client and the public, by the use of media outlets. If you are a good publicist, you can approach hotels in your area to represent them. The deal here is to try approaching new hotels or hotels that offer services different from the laid down hotel service.