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  #21  
Vecchio 02-03-2009, 14.53.24
AndreA
 
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Predefinito Re: Bangkok cittŕ dell'anno 2008

Scriveva carla polastro lunedì, 02/03/2009:[color=blue]
> Secondo quali parametri è
> stata stilata?[/color]

In base ai torti arbitrali, infatti la Fiorentina lo scorso anno era
campione e quest'anno è ancora lì in alto. Se ben vedi Torino e Milano
manco sono in classifica... noi cmq siamo davanti alla Roma :D

Bando agli scherzi:
[url]http://www.travelandleisure.com/worldsbest/2008/methodology.cfm[/url]

How We Conduct the World’s Best Awards
A questionnaire developed by the editors of Travel + Leisure, in
association with Harris Interactive, was made available to Travel +
Leisure subscribers at tlworldsbest.com from January 16, 2008, to March
22, 2008. In the February and March 2008 issues of Travel + Leisure,
subscribers were invited to participate. A select group of subscribers
also received an invitation via e-mail. Travel + Leisure subscribers
were asked to enter their complete name (as it appears on their mailing
label), as well as their five-digit ZIP code, at tlworldsbest.com
before completing the survey. Only those responses from subscribers
whose personal information entered at tlworldsbest.com exactly matched
Travel + Leisure’s subscriber file were counted in the final tally.
Respondents were permitted to complete the survey only once. To protect
the integrity of the data, after March 22, 2008, respondents were
screened by Travel + Leisure and responses from any identified
travel-industry professionals who completed the survey were eliminated
from the final tally. The survey website, tlworldsbest.com, was
maintained, monitored, and kept secure by Harris Interactive, which
collected and tabulated the responses and kept them confidential.

The scores are indexed averages of responses concerning applicable
characteristics. Respondents were required to rate hotels, islands,
airlines, destination spas, and rental-car agencies on five
characteristics; cities, cruise lines, and tour operators and safari
outfitters on six characteristics; and hotel spas on four
characteristics (see below). In the "hotel" category, respondents could
also rate properties on additional optional characteristics; these
ratings were not included in final scores. For each characteristic,
respondents were asked to rate a candidate on a scale of 1 to 5, where
"5" means excellent and "1" means poor. Required ratings were then
averaged, creating an overall score. A minimum number of responses was
necessary for a candidate to be eligible for inclusion in the World’s
Best Awards listings. Some companies were rated in both the "cruise
lines" and "tour operators and safari outfitters" categories, and some
properties were rated in both the "destination spas" and "hotel spas"
categories. In both cases, companies and properties have different
scores for each category.

These were the categories and characteristics:
For hotels: rooms/facilities, location, service, restaurants/food,
value. Optional: for business, for families.
For destination spas: accommodations/ambience, treatments, service,
food, value.
For hotel spas: ambience, treatments, service, value.
For cities: sights, culture/arts, restaurants/food, people, shopping,
value.
For islands: natural attractions, activities/sights, restaurants/food,
people, value.
For cruise lines: cabins, food, service, itineraries/destinations,
activities, value.
For tour operators and safari outfitters: staff/guides,
itineraries/destinations, activities, accommodations, food, value.
For airlines: cabin comfort, food, in-flight service, customer service,
value.
For rental-car agencies: vehicle selection, vehicle availability, car
rental location, service, value.

--
Andrea de Florence


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  #22  
Vecchio 02-03-2009, 14.53.24
AndreA
 
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Predefinito Re: Bangkok cittŕ dell'anno 2008

Scriveva carla polastro lunedì, 02/03/2009:[color=blue]
> Secondo quali parametri è
> stata stilata?[/color]

In base ai torti arbitrali, infatti la Fiorentina lo scorso anno era
campione e quest'anno è ancora lì in alto. Se ben vedi Torino e Milano
manco sono in classifica... noi cmq siamo davanti alla Roma :D

Bando agli scherzi:
[url]http://www.travelandleisure.com/worldsbest/2008/methodology.cfm[/url]

How We Conduct the World’s Best Awards
A questionnaire developed by the editors of Travel + Leisure, in
association with Harris Interactive, was made available to Travel +
Leisure subscribers at tlworldsbest.com from January 16, 2008, to March
22, 2008. In the February and March 2008 issues of Travel + Leisure,
subscribers were invited to participate. A select group of subscribers
also received an invitation via e-mail. Travel + Leisure subscribers
were asked to enter their complete name (as it appears on their mailing
label), as well as their five-digit ZIP code, at tlworldsbest.com
before completing the survey. Only those responses from subscribers
whose personal information entered at tlworldsbest.com exactly matched
Travel + Leisure’s subscriber file were counted in the final tally.
Respondents were permitted to complete the survey only once. To protect
the integrity of the data, after March 22, 2008, respondents were
screened by Travel + Leisure and responses from any identified
travel-industry professionals who completed the survey were eliminated
from the final tally. The survey website, tlworldsbest.com, was
maintained, monitored, and kept secure by Harris Interactive, which
collected and tabulated the responses and kept them confidential.

The scores are indexed averages of responses concerning applicable
characteristics. Respondents were required to rate hotels, islands,
airlines, destination spas, and rental-car agencies on five
characteristics; cities, cruise lines, and tour operators and safari
outfitters on six characteristics; and hotel spas on four
characteristics (see below). In the "hotel" category, respondents could
also rate properties on additional optional characteristics; these
ratings were not included in final scores. For each characteristic,
respondents were asked to rate a candidate on a scale of 1 to 5, where
"5" means excellent and "1" means poor. Required ratings were then
averaged, creating an overall score. A minimum number of responses was
necessary for a candidate to be eligible for inclusion in the World’s
Best Awards listings. Some companies were rated in both the "cruise
lines" and "tour operators and safari outfitters" categories, and some
properties were rated in both the "destination spas" and "hotel spas"
categories. In both cases, companies and properties have different
scores for each category.

These were the categories and characteristics:
For hotels: rooms/facilities, location, service, restaurants/food,
value. Optional: for business, for families.
For destination spas: accommodations/ambience, treatments, service,
food, value.
For hotel spas: ambience, treatments, service, value.
For cities: sights, culture/arts, restaurants/food, people, shopping,
value.
For islands: natural attractions, activities/sights, restaurants/food,
people, value.
For cruise lines: cabins, food, service, itineraries/destinations,
activities, value.
For tour operators and safari outfitters: staff/guides,
itineraries/destinations, activities, accommodations, food, value.
For airlines: cabin comfort, food, in-flight service, customer service,
value.
For rental-car agencies: vehicle selection, vehicle availability, car
rental location, service, value.

--
Andrea de Florence


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  #23  
Vecchio 02-03-2009, 14.53.24
AndreA
 
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Predefinito Re: Bangkok cittŕ dell'anno 2008

Scriveva carla polastro lunedì, 02/03/2009:[color=blue]
> Secondo quali parametri è
> stata stilata?[/color]

In base ai torti arbitrali, infatti la Fiorentina lo scorso anno era
campione e quest'anno è ancora lì in alto. Se ben vedi Torino e Milano
manco sono in classifica... noi cmq siamo davanti alla Roma :D

Bando agli scherzi:
[url]http://www.travelandleisure.com/worldsbest/2008/methodology.cfm[/url]

How We Conduct the World’s Best Awards
A questionnaire developed by the editors of Travel + Leisure, in
association with Harris Interactive, was made available to Travel +
Leisure subscribers at tlworldsbest.com from January 16, 2008, to March
22, 2008. In the February and March 2008 issues of Travel + Leisure,
subscribers were invited to participate. A select group of subscribers
also received an invitation via e-mail. Travel + Leisure subscribers
were asked to enter their complete name (as it appears on their mailing
label), as well as their five-digit ZIP code, at tlworldsbest.com
before completing the survey. Only those responses from subscribers
whose personal information entered at tlworldsbest.com exactly matched
Travel + Leisure’s subscriber file were counted in the final tally.
Respondents were permitted to complete the survey only once. To protect
the integrity of the data, after March 22, 2008, respondents were
screened by Travel + Leisure and responses from any identified
travel-industry professionals who completed the survey were eliminated
from the final tally. The survey website, tlworldsbest.com, was
maintained, monitored, and kept secure by Harris Interactive, which
collected and tabulated the responses and kept them confidential.

The scores are indexed averages of responses concerning applicable
characteristics. Respondents were required to rate hotels, islands,
airlines, destination spas, and rental-car agencies on five
characteristics; cities, cruise lines, and tour operators and safari
outfitters on six characteristics; and hotel spas on four
characteristics (see below). In the "hotel" category, respondents could
also rate properties on additional optional characteristics; these
ratings were not included in final scores. For each characteristic,
respondents were asked to rate a candidate on a scale of 1 to 5, where
"5" means excellent and "1" means poor. Required ratings were then
averaged, creating an overall score. A minimum number of responses was
necessary for a candidate to be eligible for inclusion in the World’s
Best Awards listings. Some companies were rated in both the "cruise
lines" and "tour operators and safari outfitters" categories, and some
properties were rated in both the "destination spas" and "hotel spas"
categories. In both cases, companies and properties have different
scores for each category.

These were the categories and characteristics:
For hotels: rooms/facilities, location, service, restaurants/food,
value. Optional: for business, for families.
For destination spas: accommodations/ambience, treatments, service,
food, value.
For hotel spas: ambience, treatments, service, value.
For cities: sights, culture/arts, restaurants/food, people, shopping,
value.
For islands: natural attractions, activities/sights, restaurants/food,
people, value.
For cruise lines: cabins, food, service, itineraries/destinations,
activities, value.
For tour operators and safari outfitters: staff/guides,
itineraries/destinations, activities, accommodations, food, value.
For airlines: cabin comfort, food, in-flight service, customer service,
value.
For rental-car agencies: vehicle selection, vehicle availability, car
rental location, service, value.

--
Andrea de Florence


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AndreA
 
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Predefinito Re: Bangkok cittŕ dell'anno 2008

Scriveva carla polastro lunedì, 02/03/2009:[color=blue]
> Secondo quali parametri è
> stata stilata?[/color]

In base ai torti arbitrali, infatti la Fiorentina lo scorso anno era
campione e quest'anno è ancora lì in alto. Se ben vedi Torino e Milano
manco sono in classifica... noi cmq siamo davanti alla Roma :D

Bando agli scherzi:
[url]http://www.travelandleisure.com/worldsbest/2008/methodology.cfm[/url]

How We Conduct the World’s Best Awards
A questionnaire developed by the editors of Travel + Leisure, in
association with Harris Interactive, was made available to Travel +
Leisure subscribers at tlworldsbest.com from January 16, 2008, to March
22, 2008. In the February and March 2008 issues of Travel + Leisure,
subscribers were invited to participate. A select group of subscribers
also received an invitation via e-mail. Travel + Leisure subscribers
were asked to enter their complete name (as it appears on their mailing
label), as well as their five-digit ZIP code, at tlworldsbest.com
before completing the survey. Only those responses from subscribers
whose personal information entered at tlworldsbest.com exactly matched
Travel + Leisure’s subscriber file were counted in the final tally.
Respondents were permitted to complete the survey only once. To protect
the integrity of the data, after March 22, 2008, respondents were
screened by Travel + Leisure and responses from any identified
travel-industry professionals who completed the survey were eliminated
from the final tally. The survey website, tlworldsbest.com, was
maintained, monitored, and kept secure by Harris Interactive, which
collected and tabulated the responses and kept them confidential.

The scores are indexed averages of responses concerning applicable
characteristics. Respondents were required to rate hotels, islands,
airlines, destination spas, and rental-car agencies on five
characteristics; cities, cruise lines, and tour operators and safari
outfitters on six characteristics; and hotel spas on four
characteristics (see below). In the "hotel" category, respondents could
also rate properties on additional optional characteristics; these
ratings were not included in final scores. For each characteristic,
respondents were asked to rate a candidate on a scale of 1 to 5, where
"5" means excellent and "1" means poor. Required ratings were then
averaged, creating an overall score. A minimum number of responses was
necessary for a candidate to be eligible for inclusion in the World’s
Best Awards listings. Some companies were rated in both the "cruise
lines" and "tour operators and safari outfitters" categories, and some
properties were rated in both the "destination spas" and "hotel spas"
categories. In both cases, companies and properties have different
scores for each category.

These were the categories and characteristics:
For hotels: rooms/facilities, location, service, restaurants/food,
value. Optional: for business, for families.
For destination spas: accommodations/ambience, treatments, service,
food, value.
For hotel spas: ambience, treatments, service, value.
For cities: sights, culture/arts, restaurants/food, people, shopping,
value.
For islands: natural attractions, activities/sights, restaurants/food,
people, value.
For cruise lines: cabins, food, service, itineraries/destinations,
activities, value.
For tour operators and safari outfitters: staff/guides,
itineraries/destinations, activities, accommodations, food, value.
For airlines: cabin comfort, food, in-flight service, customer service,
value.
For rental-car agencies: vehicle selection, vehicle availability, car
rental location, service, value.

--
Andrea de Florence


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  #25  
Vecchio 02-03-2009, 14.53.24
AndreA
 
Messaggi: n/a
Predefinito Re: Bangkok cittŕ dell'anno 2008

Scriveva carla polastro lunedì, 02/03/2009:[color=blue]
> Secondo quali parametri è
> stata stilata?[/color]

In base ai torti arbitrali, infatti la Fiorentina lo scorso anno era
campione e quest'anno è ancora lì in alto. Se ben vedi Torino e Milano
manco sono in classifica... noi cmq siamo davanti alla Roma :D

Bando agli scherzi:
[url]http://www.travelandleisure.com/worldsbest/2008/methodology.cfm[/url]

How We Conduct the World’s Best Awards
A questionnaire developed by the editors of Travel + Leisure, in
association with Harris Interactive, was made available to Travel +
Leisure subscribers at tlworldsbest.com from January 16, 2008, to March
22, 2008. In the February and March 2008 issues of Travel + Leisure,
subscribers were invited to participate. A select group of subscribers
also received an invitation via e-mail. Travel + Leisure subscribers
were asked to enter their complete name (as it appears on their mailing
label), as well as their five-digit ZIP code, at tlworldsbest.com
before completing the survey. Only those responses from subscribers
whose personal information entered at tlworldsbest.com exactly matched
Travel + Leisure’s subscriber file were counted in the final tally.
Respondents were permitted to complete the survey only once. To protect
the integrity of the data, after March 22, 2008, respondents were
screened by Travel + Leisure and responses from any identified
travel-industry professionals who completed the survey were eliminated
from the final tally. The survey website, tlworldsbest.com, was
maintained, monitored, and kept secure by Harris Interactive, which
collected and tabulated the responses and kept them confidential.

The scores are indexed averages of responses concerning applicable
characteristics. Respondents were required to rate hotels, islands,
airlines, destination spas, and rental-car agencies on five
characteristics; cities, cruise lines, and tour operators and safari
outfitters on six characteristics; and hotel spas on four
characteristics (see below). In the "hotel" category, respondents could
also rate properties on additional optional characteristics; these
ratings were not included in final scores. For each characteristic,
respondents were asked to rate a candidate on a scale of 1 to 5, where
"5" means excellent and "1" means poor. Required ratings were then
averaged, creating an overall score. A minimum number of responses was
necessary for a candidate to be eligible for inclusion in the World’s
Best Awards listings. Some companies were rated in both the "cruise
lines" and "tour operators and safari outfitters" categories, and some
properties were rated in both the "destination spas" and "hotel spas"
categories. In both cases, companies and properties have different
scores for each category.

These were the categories and characteristics:
For hotels: rooms/facilities, location, service, restaurants/food,
value. Optional: for business, for families.
For destination spas: accommodations/ambience, treatments, service,
food, value.
For hotel spas: ambience, treatments, service, value.
For cities: sights, culture/arts, restaurants/food, people, shopping,
value.
For islands: natural attractions, activities/sights, restaurants/food,
people, value.
For cruise lines: cabins, food, service, itineraries/destinations,
activities, value.
For tour operators and safari outfitters: staff/guides,
itineraries/destinations, activities, accommodations, food, value.
For airlines: cabin comfort, food, in-flight service, customer service,
value.
For rental-car agencies: vehicle selection, vehicle availability, car
rental location, service, value.

--
Andrea de Florence


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  #26  
Vecchio 02-03-2009, 14.53.24
AndreA
 
Messaggi: n/a
Predefinito Re: Bangkok cittŕ dell'anno 2008

Scriveva carla polastro lunedì, 02/03/2009:[color=blue]
> Secondo quali parametri è
> stata stilata?[/color]

In base ai torti arbitrali, infatti la Fiorentina lo scorso anno era
campione e quest'anno è ancora lì in alto. Se ben vedi Torino e Milano
manco sono in classifica... noi cmq siamo davanti alla Roma :D

Bando agli scherzi:
[url]http://www.travelandleisure.com/worldsbest/2008/methodology.cfm[/url]

How We Conduct the World’s Best Awards
A questionnaire developed by the editors of Travel + Leisure, in
association with Harris Interactive, was made available to Travel +
Leisure subscribers at tlworldsbest.com from January 16, 2008, to March
22, 2008. In the February and March 2008 issues of Travel + Leisure,
subscribers were invited to participate. A select group of subscribers
also received an invitation via e-mail. Travel + Leisure subscribers
were asked to enter their complete name (as it appears on their mailing
label), as well as their five-digit ZIP code, at tlworldsbest.com
before completing the survey. Only those responses from subscribers
whose personal information entered at tlworldsbest.com exactly matched
Travel + Leisure’s subscriber file were counted in the final tally.
Respondents were permitted to complete the survey only once. To protect
the integrity of the data, after March 22, 2008, respondents were
screened by Travel + Leisure and responses from any identified
travel-industry professionals who completed the survey were eliminated
from the final tally. The survey website, tlworldsbest.com, was
maintained, monitored, and kept secure by Harris Interactive, which
collected and tabulated the responses and kept them confidential.

The scores are indexed averages of responses concerning applicable
characteristics. Respondents were required to rate hotels, islands,
airlines, destination spas, and rental-car agencies on five
characteristics; cities, cruise lines, and tour operators and safari
outfitters on six characteristics; and hotel spas on four
characteristics (see below). In the "hotel" category, respondents could
also rate properties on additional optional characteristics; these
ratings were not included in final scores. For each characteristic,
respondents were asked to rate a candidate on a scale of 1 to 5, where
"5" means excellent and "1" means poor. Required ratings were then
averaged, creating an overall score. A minimum number of responses was
necessary for a candidate to be eligible for inclusion in the World’s
Best Awards listings. Some companies were rated in both the "cruise
lines" and "tour operators and safari outfitters" categories, and some
properties were rated in both the "destination spas" and "hotel spas"
categories. In both cases, companies and properties have different
scores for each category.

These were the categories and characteristics:
For hotels: rooms/facilities, location, service, restaurants/food,
value. Optional: for business, for families.
For destination spas: accommodations/ambience, treatments, service,
food, value.
For hotel spas: ambience, treatments, service, value.
For cities: sights, culture/arts, restaurants/food, people, shopping,
value.
For islands: natural attractions, activities/sights, restaurants/food,
people, value.
For cruise lines: cabins, food, service, itineraries/destinations,
activities, value.
For tour operators and safari outfitters: staff/guides,
itineraries/destinations, activities, accommodations, food, value.
For airlines: cabin comfort, food, in-flight service, customer service,
value.
For rental-car agencies: vehicle selection, vehicle availability, car
rental location, service, value.

--
Andrea de Florence


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  #27  
Vecchio 02-03-2009, 14.53.24
AndreA
 
Messaggi: n/a
Predefinito Re: Bangkok cittŕ dell'anno 2008

Scriveva carla polastro lunedì, 02/03/2009:[color=blue]
> Secondo quali parametri è
> stata stilata?[/color]

In base ai torti arbitrali, infatti la Fiorentina lo scorso anno era
campione e quest'anno è ancora lì in alto. Se ben vedi Torino e Milano
manco sono in classifica... noi cmq siamo davanti alla Roma :D

Bando agli scherzi:
[url]http://www.travelandleisure.com/worldsbest/2008/methodology.cfm[/url]

How We Conduct the World’s Best Awards
A questionnaire developed by the editors of Travel + Leisure, in
association with Harris Interactive, was made available to Travel +
Leisure subscribers at tlworldsbest.com from January 16, 2008, to March
22, 2008. In the February and March 2008 issues of Travel + Leisure,
subscribers were invited to participate. A select group of subscribers
also received an invitation via e-mail. Travel + Leisure subscribers
were asked to enter their complete name (as it appears on their mailing
label), as well as their five-digit ZIP code, at tlworldsbest.com
before completing the survey. Only those responses from subscribers
whose personal information entered at tlworldsbest.com exactly matched
Travel + Leisure’s subscriber file were counted in the final tally.
Respondents were permitted to complete the survey only once. To protect
the integrity of the data, after March 22, 2008, respondents were
screened by Travel + Leisure and responses from any identified
travel-industry professionals who completed the survey were eliminated
from the final tally. The survey website, tlworldsbest.com, was
maintained, monitored, and kept secure by Harris Interactive, which
collected and tabulated the responses and kept them confidential.

The scores are indexed averages of responses concerning applicable
characteristics. Respondents were required to rate hotels, islands,
airlines, destination spas, and rental-car agencies on five
characteristics; cities, cruise lines, and tour operators and safari
outfitters on six characteristics; and hotel spas on four
characteristics (see below). In the "hotel" category, respondents could
also rate properties on additional optional characteristics; these
ratings were not included in final scores. For each characteristic,
respondents were asked to rate a candidate on a scale of 1 to 5, where
"5" means excellent and "1" means poor. Required ratings were then
averaged, creating an overall score. A minimum number of responses was
necessary for a candidate to be eligible for inclusion in the World’s
Best Awards listings. Some companies were rated in both the "cruise
lines" and "tour operators and safari outfitters" categories, and some
properties were rated in both the "destination spas" and "hotel spas"
categories. In both cases, companies and properties have different
scores for each category.

These were the categories and characteristics:
For hotels: rooms/facilities, location, service, restaurants/food,
value. Optional: for business, for families.
For destination spas: accommodations/ambience, treatments, service,
food, value.
For hotel spas: ambience, treatments, service, value.
For cities: sights, culture/arts, restaurants/food, people, shopping,
value.
For islands: natural attractions, activities/sights, restaurants/food,
people, value.
For cruise lines: cabins, food, service, itineraries/destinations,
activities, value.
For tour operators and safari outfitters: staff/guides,
itineraries/destinations, activities, accommodations, food, value.
For airlines: cabin comfort, food, in-flight service, customer service,
value.
For rental-car agencies: vehicle selection, vehicle availability, car
rental location, service, value.

--
Andrea de Florence


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  #28  
Vecchio 02-03-2009, 14.53.24
AndreA
 
Messaggi: n/a
Predefinito Re: Bangkok cittŕ dell'anno 2008

Scriveva carla polastro lunedì, 02/03/2009:[color=blue]
> Secondo quali parametri è
> stata stilata?[/color]

In base ai torti arbitrali, infatti la Fiorentina lo scorso anno era
campione e quest'anno è ancora lì in alto. Se ben vedi Torino e Milano
manco sono in classifica... noi cmq siamo davanti alla Roma :D

Bando agli scherzi:
[url]http://www.travelandleisure.com/worldsbest/2008/methodology.cfm[/url]

How We Conduct the World’s Best Awards
A questionnaire developed by the editors of Travel + Leisure, in
association with Harris Interactive, was made available to Travel +
Leisure subscribers at tlworldsbest.com from January 16, 2008, to March
22, 2008. In the February and March 2008 issues of Travel + Leisure,
subscribers were invited to participate. A select group of subscribers
also received an invitation via e-mail. Travel + Leisure subscribers
were asked to enter their complete name (as it appears on their mailing
label), as well as their five-digit ZIP code, at tlworldsbest.com
before completing the survey. Only those responses from subscribers
whose personal information entered at tlworldsbest.com exactly matched
Travel + Leisure’s subscriber file were counted in the final tally.
Respondents were permitted to complete the survey only once. To protect
the integrity of the data, after March 22, 2008, respondents were
screened by Travel + Leisure and responses from any identified
travel-industry professionals who completed the survey were eliminated
from the final tally. The survey website, tlworldsbest.com, was
maintained, monitored, and kept secure by Harris Interactive, which
collected and tabulated the responses and kept them confidential.

The scores are indexed averages of responses concerning applicable
characteristics. Respondents were required to rate hotels, islands,
airlines, destination spas, and rental-car agencies on five
characteristics; cities, cruise lines, and tour operators and safari
outfitters on six characteristics; and hotel spas on four
characteristics (see below). In the "hotel" category, respondents could
also rate properties on additional optional characteristics; these
ratings were not included in final scores. For each characteristic,
respondents were asked to rate a candidate on a scale of 1 to 5, where
"5" means excellent and "1" means poor. Required ratings were then
averaged, creating an overall score. A minimum number of responses was
necessary for a candidate to be eligible for inclusion in the World’s
Best Awards listings. Some companies were rated in both the "cruise
lines" and "tour operators and safari outfitters" categories, and some
properties were rated in both the "destination spas" and "hotel spas"
categories. In both cases, companies and properties have different
scores for each category.

These were the categories and characteristics:
For hotels: rooms/facilities, location, service, restaurants/food,
value. Optional: for business, for families.
For destination spas: accommodations/ambience, treatments, service,
food, value.
For hotel spas: ambience, treatments, service, value.
For cities: sights, culture/arts, restaurants/food, people, shopping,
value.
For islands: natural attractions, activities/sights, restaurants/food,
people, value.
For cruise lines: cabins, food, service, itineraries/destinations,
activities, value.
For tour operators and safari outfitters: staff/guides,
itineraries/destinations, activities, accommodations, food, value.
For airlines: cabin comfort, food, in-flight service, customer service,
value.
For rental-car agencies: vehicle selection, vehicle availability, car
rental location, service, value.

--
Andrea de Florence


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AndreA
 
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Predefinito Re: Bangkok cittŕ dell'anno 2008

Scriveva carla polastro lunedì, 02/03/2009:[color=blue]
> Secondo quali parametri è
> stata stilata?[/color]

In base ai torti arbitrali, infatti la Fiorentina lo scorso anno era
campione e quest'anno è ancora lì in alto. Se ben vedi Torino e Milano
manco sono in classifica... noi cmq siamo davanti alla Roma :D

Bando agli scherzi:
[url]http://www.travelandleisure.com/worldsbest/2008/methodology.cfm[/url]

How We Conduct the World’s Best Awards
A questionnaire developed by the editors of Travel + Leisure, in
association with Harris Interactive, was made available to Travel +
Leisure subscribers at tlworldsbest.com from January 16, 2008, to March
22, 2008. In the February and March 2008 issues of Travel + Leisure,
subscribers were invited to participate. A select group of subscribers
also received an invitation via e-mail. Travel + Leisure subscribers
were asked to enter their complete name (as it appears on their mailing
label), as well as their five-digit ZIP code, at tlworldsbest.com
before completing the survey. Only those responses from subscribers
whose personal information entered at tlworldsbest.com exactly matched
Travel + Leisure’s subscriber file were counted in the final tally.
Respondents were permitted to complete the survey only once. To protect
the integrity of the data, after March 22, 2008, respondents were
screened by Travel + Leisure and responses from any identified
travel-industry professionals who completed the survey were eliminated
from the final tally. The survey website, tlworldsbest.com, was
maintained, monitored, and kept secure by Harris Interactive, which
collected and tabulated the responses and kept them confidential.

The scores are indexed averages of responses concerning applicable
characteristics. Respondents were required to rate hotels, islands,
airlines, destination spas, and rental-car agencies on five
characteristics; cities, cruise lines, and tour operators and safari
outfitters on six characteristics; and hotel spas on four
characteristics (see below). In the "hotel" category, respondents could
also rate properties on additional optional characteristics; these
ratings were not included in final scores. For each characteristic,
respondents were asked to rate a candidate on a scale of 1 to 5, where
"5" means excellent and "1" means poor. Required ratings were then
averaged, creating an overall score. A minimum number of responses was
necessary for a candidate to be eligible for inclusion in the World’s
Best Awards listings. Some companies were rated in both the "cruise
lines" and "tour operators and safari outfitters" categories, and some
properties were rated in both the "destination spas" and "hotel spas"
categories. In both cases, companies and properties have different
scores for each category.

These were the categories and characteristics:
For hotels: rooms/facilities, location, service, restaurants/food,
value. Optional: for business, for families.
For destination spas: accommodations/ambience, treatments, service,
food, value.
For hotel spas: ambience, treatments, service, value.
For cities: sights, culture/arts, restaurants/food, people, shopping,
value.
For islands: natural attractions, activities/sights, restaurants/food,
people, value.
For cruise lines: cabins, food, service, itineraries/destinations,
activities, value.
For tour operators and safari outfitters: staff/guides,
itineraries/destinations, activities, accommodations, food, value.
For airlines: cabin comfort, food, in-flight service, customer service,
value.
For rental-car agencies: vehicle selection, vehicle availability, car
rental location, service, value.

--
Andrea de Florence


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AndreA
 
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Predefinito Re: Bangkok cittŕ dell'anno 2008

Scriveva carla polastro lunedì, 02/03/2009:[color=blue]
> Secondo quali parametri è
> stata stilata?[/color]

In base ai torti arbitrali, infatti la Fiorentina lo scorso anno era
campione e quest'anno è ancora lì in alto. Se ben vedi Torino e Milano
manco sono in classifica... noi cmq siamo davanti alla Roma :D

Bando agli scherzi:
[url]http://www.travelandleisure.com/worldsbest/2008/methodology.cfm[/url]

How We Conduct the World’s Best Awards
A questionnaire developed by the editors of Travel + Leisure, in
association with Harris Interactive, was made available to Travel +
Leisure subscribers at tlworldsbest.com from January 16, 2008, to March
22, 2008. In the February and March 2008 issues of Travel + Leisure,
subscribers were invited to participate. A select group of subscribers
also received an invitation via e-mail. Travel + Leisure subscribers
were asked to enter their complete name (as it appears on their mailing
label), as well as their five-digit ZIP code, at tlworldsbest.com
before completing the survey. Only those responses from subscribers
whose personal information entered at tlworldsbest.com exactly matched
Travel + Leisure’s subscriber file were counted in the final tally.
Respondents were permitted to complete the survey only once. To protect
the integrity of the data, after March 22, 2008, respondents were
screened by Travel + Leisure and responses from any identified
travel-industry professionals who completed the survey were eliminated
from the final tally. The survey website, tlworldsbest.com, was
maintained, monitored, and kept secure by Harris Interactive, which
collected and tabulated the responses and kept them confidential.

The scores are indexed averages of responses concerning applicable
characteristics. Respondents were required to rate hotels, islands,
airlines, destination spas, and rental-car agencies on five
characteristics; cities, cruise lines, and tour operators and safari
outfitters on six characteristics; and hotel spas on four
characteristics (see below). In the "hotel" category, respondents could
also rate properties on additional optional characteristics; these
ratings were not included in final scores. For each characteristic,
respondents were asked to rate a candidate on a scale of 1 to 5, where
"5" means excellent and "1" means poor. Required ratings were then
averaged, creating an overall score. A minimum number of responses was
necessary for a candidate to be eligible for inclusion in the World’s
Best Awards listings. Some companies were rated in both the "cruise
lines" and "tour operators and safari outfitters" categories, and some
properties were rated in both the "destination spas" and "hotel spas"
categories. In both cases, companies and properties have different
scores for each category.

These were the categories and characteristics:
For hotels: rooms/facilities, location, service, restaurants/food,
value. Optional: for business, for families.
For destination spas: accommodations/ambience, treatments, service,
food, value.
For hotel spas: ambience, treatments, service, value.
For cities: sights, culture/arts, restaurants/food, people, shopping,
value.
For islands: natural attractions, activities/sights, restaurants/food,
people, value.
For cruise lines: cabins, food, service, itineraries/destinations,
activities, value.
For tour operators and safari outfitters: staff/guides,
itineraries/destinations, activities, accommodations, food, value.
For airlines: cabin comfort, food, in-flight service, customer service,
value.
For rental-car agencies: vehicle selection, vehicle availability, car
rental location, service, value.

--
Andrea de Florence


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