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Please only submit sites of bed and breakfast accommodation in the Caribbean here. Find the most specific subcategory for the site submitted.
AAA classifies a Bed and Breakfast as a limited service lodging type with the following definition; "Usually smaller establishments emphasizing a more personal relationship between operators and guests, leading to an "at home" feeling. Guest units tend to be individually decorated. Rooms may not include some modern amenities such as television and telephones, and may have a shared bathroom. Usually owner-operated, with a common room or parlor, separate from the innkeeper's living quarters, where guests and operators can interact during evening and breakfast hours. Evening office closures are normal. A continental or full, hot breakfast is served and is included in the room rate." (Quoted from the AAA. "New York TourBook". Buffalo, NY: AAA Publishing. 1999)
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Cabin accommodations are typically smaller buildings of simple construction in remote locations. They usually have their own cooking facilities.
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Small-scale accommodations located in the proximity of the operator's lodgings, with a dining area for guests or self-contained kitchen and dining facilities.
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Listing guides for accommodations in the Caribbean.
Please submit sites to the most specific category. Region and country categories are only for sites that cover the whole area.

Submitting to the wrong category will delay the site''s listing in the directory.

The AAA classification of a Hotel is a full service lodging type with the following definition; "Usually high-rise establishments, offering a full range of on-premises food and beverage service, cocktail lounge, entertainment, conference facilities, shops and recreational activies. Wide range of services provided by uniformed staff on duty 24 hours. Parking arrangements vary." (Quoted from the AAA. "New York TourBook". Buffalo, NY: AAA Publishing. 1999)
Only submit sites for Caribbean inns here. Please select the most specific category.
Using the AAA classification of a Country Inn as a moderate service lodging type with the following definition; "Although similar in definition to a bed and breakfast, country inns are usually larger in size, provide more spacious public areas and offer a dining facility that serves at least breakfast and dinner. May be located in a rural setting or downtown area." (Quoted from the AAA. "New York TourBook". Buffalo, NY: AAA Publishing. 1999)
To speed the review of the site being submitted and its listing in the directory, please submit to the most specific category in the directory.
Resorts are a destination for vacation travelers and those planning retreats, rather than simply being a place to stay while in an area. They offer features for holiday travelers over and above those provided by other lodgings. The amenities and surroundings of resorts are more important than the localities they're close to.
Please do not submit sites for rentals of timeshares here; submit them to the appropriate Lodging category.
Listing timeshare investments in the Caribbean.
Please do not submit any bed and breakfasts, resorts, guesthouses or hotels to this category; they belong in their respective categories. Submit to the most specific category.
Listing vacation rental properties in the Caribbean.
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