Description of node <http://id.insee.fr/concepts/definition/c1985/noteEditoriale/v1/en>

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http://id.insee.fr/concepts/definition/c1985/noteEditoriale/v1/en http://rdf-vocabulary.ddialliance.org/xkos#plainText This type of accommodation is growing strongly. Initially designed in the 1970s to develop the rental accommodation available in winter sports resorts, tourist residences have now appeared on the coast and even, to some extent, in cities and the countryside. In urban areas, these residences often accommodate students outside holiday times. All owners of accommodation units in a tourist residence wishing to benefit from a range of tax incentives must put it out for rent for a minimum period (9 years) by the operator of the residence (Pierre et Vacances, Maeva, Orion, Citadines, etc). The said operator takes charge of finding tenants, collecting rents and maintaining the residence. The owner is therefore totally relieved of managing their property and receives the rental income. At the term of the initial lease (9 years), the owner may renew the initial lease, sell their property or take possession of it. To benefit from reduced-rate VAT, part of the accommodation (15% of accommodation capacity) must be entrusted to a tour operator. Therefore, for each tourist residence, the date of its creation should be checked in order to measure any possible changes in its accommodation capacity after 9 years. It would also appear interesting to find out as quickly as possible whether there is a tour operator present or not. How to distinguish between a "hotel" and a "tourist residence" The services provided by hotels are more extensive than those in tourist residences: daily breakfasts and room cleaning, or supply of bathroom linen. The accommodation units in residences must be equipped with a kitchen or kitchen area and private sanitary facilities. The uniform nature of the accommodation units required of tourist residences is not a requirement for hotels.
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http://id.insee.fr/concepts/definition/c1985/noteEditoriale/v1/en http://eurovoc.europa.eu/schema#noteLiteral <div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"><p>This type of accommodation is growing strongly. Initially designed in the 1970s to develop the rental accommodation available in winter sports resorts, tourist residences have now appeared on the coast and even, to some extent, in cities and the countryside. In urban areas, these residences often accommodate students outside holiday times. All owners of accommodation units in a tourist residence wishing to benefit from a range of tax incentives must put it out for rent for a minimum period (9 years) by the operator of the residence (Pierre et Vacances, Maeva, Orion, Citadines, etc). The said operator takes charge of finding tenants, collecting rents and maintaining the residence. The owner is therefore totally relieved of managing their property and receives the rental income. At the term of the initial lease (9 years), the owner may renew the initial lease, sell their property or take possession of it. To benefit from reduced-rate VAT, part of the accommodation (15% of accommodation capacity) must be entrusted to a tour operator.</p><p>Therefore, for each tourist residence, the date of its creation should be checked in order to measure any possible changes in its accommodation capacity after 9 years. It would also appear interesting to find out as quickly as possible whether there is a tour operator present or not.</p><p>How to distinguish between a "hotel" and a "tourist residence"</p><p>The services provided by hotels are more extensive than those in tourist residences: daily breakfasts and room cleaning, or supply of bathroom linen. The accommodation units in residences must be equipped with a kitchen or kitchen area and private sanitary facilities. The uniform nature of the accommodation units required of tourist residences is not a requirement for hotels.</p></div>
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