# Thread: How to put weight on each value

1. ## How to put weight on each value

I have a hotel with 130 suites.

These 130 suites are divided into 8 categories based on their size and/or the number of guests occupancy. Following is the break down:

Suite Name
Queen Suite - 28 rooms for 1 pax occupancy
King/Twin Suite - 65 rooms for 2 pax occupancy
Premier Suite - 09 rooms for 3 pax occupancy
Golden Suite - 10 rooms for 4 pax occupancy
Royal Suite - 10 rooms for 5 pax occupancy
Superior Deluxe - 08 rooms for 6 pax occupancy

The rent on a daily basis is USD 22000

How do we distribute the rent amongst the different categories of the room so as to arrive at the cost of each room assuming other costs such as linen, amenities etc as constant? The rent cannot be the same for all the categories.

Thanks,
Danish

2. Originally Posted by Danish
I have a hotel with 130 suites.

These 130 suites are divided into 8 categories based on their size and/or the number of guests occupancy. Following is the break down:

Suite Name
Queen Suite - 28 rooms for 1 pax occupancy
King/Twin Suite - 65 rooms for 2 pax occupancy
Premier Suite - 09 rooms for 3 pax occupancy
Golden Suite - 10 rooms for 4 pax occupancy
Royal Suite - 10 rooms for 5 pax occupancy
Superior Deluxe - 08 rooms for 6 pax occupancy

The rent on a daily basis is USD 22000

How do we distribute the rent amongst the different categories of the room so as to arrive at the cost of each room assuming other costs such as linen, amenities etc as constant? The rent cannot be the same for all the categories.

Thanks,
Danish
What is pax?

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3. Originally Posted by Danish
These 130 suites are divided into 8 categories based on their size and/or the number of guests occupancy. Following is the break down:

Suite Name
Queen Suite - 28 rooms for 1 pax occupancy
King/Twin Suite - 65 rooms for 2 pax occupancy
Premier Suite - 09 rooms for 3 pax occupancy
Golden Suite - 10 rooms for 4 pax occupancy
Royal Suite - 10 rooms for 5 pax occupancy
Superior Deluxe - 08 rooms for 6 pax occupancy
Why do you state "8 categories"?

Are you a student or a hotel owner?

4. PAX is defined here number of person(s)/guest which the room/suite can accommodate!

Originally Posted by Subhotosh Khan
What is pax?

What are your thoughts?

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5. ## Solution! Anybody?

categories/type! I think once all room/suite types were mentioned it was quite obvious what category meant! I'm looking for the solution of the problem I've posted and I hope to get an answer soon from the wizards present on this forum!

Originally Posted by Denis
Why do you state "8 categories"?

Are you a student or a hotel owner?

6. Originally Posted by Danish
categories/type! I think once all room/suite types were mentioned it was quite obvious what category meant! I'm looking for the solution of the problem I've posted and I hope to get an answer soon from the wizards present on this forum!
As I had stated before:

Please share your work with us ...even if you know it is wrong.

7. Originally Posted by Danish
categories/type! I think once all room/suite types were mentioned it was quite obvious what category meant! I'm looking for the solution of the problem I've posted and I hope to get an answer soon from the wizards present on this forum!
Not really ....

You state there are 8 categories - yet you mention only 6 (through pax).

8. My mistake.

It's seven types though King and Twin are interchangeably used. So consider it as 6 categories!

Now can you provide the solution?

Originally Posted by Subhotosh Khan
Not really ....

You state there are 8 categories - yet you mention only 6 (through pax).

9. Originally Posted by Danish
My mistake.

It's seven types though King and Twin are interchangeably used. So consider it as 6 categories!

Now can you provide the solution?
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