Hotel Continental Case Study

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Case Study:

Hotel Continental

Prepared by:

William Andrew G. Bulaqueña

Ricci A. Tilos

Nympha Marie R. Rubin

Sheila Mae N. Chua

Tristram A. Gamo

John Paul T. Antiquiera

Safie Jane M. Ayco

MGT 12-G

Prepared for:

Asst. Prof. Dina Wong – Remoto

HOTEL CONTINENTAL

In July 1989, Mr. Oscar Mendoza, owner of Triumph Tours read in the newspapers an advertisement for the leasing of Hotel Continental’s facilities. During the last six months, Oscar Mendoza has been seriously thinking about operating a hotel to complement his travel agency business. Oscar Mendoza had been experiencing difficulties in getting hotel accommodations for his tour groups since last year during the peak travel months of December, January, July and August.
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| |29175 |
|Telephone | | |147417.16 | |175163.14 | |
|Swimming Pool | | |156718.28 | |182718.45 | |
|Other income | | |660336.83 | |842985.15 | |
| Total Revenue | | |8438613.5 | |9857444.7 | |
| | | | | | | |
|Cost of Sales | | | | | | |
|Food | | | |P 2123270.37 | |P 2,441,662.31 |
|Beverage | | | |123378.81 | |190992.64 |
|Telephone | | |328312.73 | |229564.95 | |
|Payroll and Related Expenses | |2280340.43 | |2620443.06 | |
|Bonus | | |

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