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What is meant by AP, CP & MAP in hotel terminology.

Asked by Sumeet Goel, 07 Apr '09 05:22 pm
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EP - This is called the European Plan. Under this plan, only room rent is included and any food cost will be additional. Usually this will have the lowest tariff.

CP - This is called the Continental Plan. Under this tariff plan, room rent and complimentary free breakfast is included. For dinner and lunch you will have to pay extra.

MAP - This stands for Modified American Plan. Under this tariff plan, room rent is included with free breakfast and free lunch OR free dinner.

AP - This stands for American Plan and this tariff includes room rent plus breakfast, lunch and dinner. Booking a room under this plan means that you wont have to pay extra for food.

MAPI or API - This is an extended version of MAP or AP under which free evening tea/snacks are provided.
Answered by Sreenivas K, 04 Nov '09 08:18 pm

 
  
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American plan,, its all meals,, CP is european plan,, only break fast.. MAP is new,, in which only break fast and dinner is included,, not lunch :D
Answered by conviction, 07 Apr '09 05:23 pm

 
  
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American Plan, Continental Plan and Modified American Plan
Answered by Lucky, 07 Apr '09 05:23 pm

 
  
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EP-European Plan (Only Room rent)

CP-Continental Plan (Room with Breakfast)

MAP-Modified American Plan (room with breakfast & dinner)

AP-American Plan (room with Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

MAPI///API-Modified American Plan all Inclusive///American Plan all Inclusive (Room with all meals)
Answered by DEBASISH PATRA, 06 Dec '13 03:51 pm

 
  
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