Interaction and Conditionality of Hotel Business and Maritime Tourism, as a Significant Factor in Increasing Revenues in Tourism

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The manner how to increase the revenues in tourism, is the question that can be answerd on different ways. One of the ways that may contribute that is the interaction and conditionality of hotel business and maritime tourism. Destination and the region development are the main facts, so when the guest come by yacht or by ship, usualy the first impression are the port facilities and a nearby of the hotel, as the recepting factor of the offer. It is very important and useful in development of maritime tourism. All the expences can be improved, when the offer is wide and guests can spend a lot of money. The service in the hotel should be quite well and also the quality of the food and other facilities. Montenegro facilities are very wide and this region is very famous in maritime tourism at recent years. The connection betwen hotel business and maritime tourism can improve increasing revenues in tourism of this region.

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