It seems like every hotel that's on the smaller side calls itself a Boutique Hotel. Readers shouldn't always take this at face value, though. There are certain characteristics that separate boutique hotels from other types of lodging. If hotels don't have them, they should instead be considered luxury hotels, a designation that has a lot more wiggle room. Read on to find out what makes boutique hotels stand out below. They're Small In order to be considered boutique hotels, prop
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