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1. B depressed by the experience = disoriented most probably from jet lag, when even the most expensive surroundings can seem empty and dispiriting
2. B create a comfortable environment = the need to feel at home in surroundings which are both familiar and inviting
3. C It has no effect whatsoever = what was outside the hotel building simply didn’t matter

1 B : guest feel / luxury hotel / depressed = expensive surroundings / empty and dispriting
2 B : luxury hotel overlook / comportable environment = luxurious hotels / underestimate / feel at home / familiar and inviting
3 C : impact / outside environment / no effect = outside the hotel building / didn't matter

1. B: Seem empty and dispiriting = depressed.
2. C: Familiar and inviting = personal welcome.
3. C: Didn’t matter = no effect.

1.B:disoriented,surroundings can seem empty and dispiriting.
2.C: luxurious hotels underestimate customers's needs.the need to feel at home in surroundings which are both familiar and inviting
3.outside the hotel building simply didn’t matter

1. C- empty and dispiriting;
2. A- underestimated the most basic needs of their customers - be they travelling for work or pleasure: the need to feel at home in surroundings which are both familiar and inviting;
3. C- did not matter

1. B, guest feel/ luxury hotel : disoriented/ expensive surroundings

2. C, luxury hotel overlook : luxurious hotels underestimated/ basic needs of their customers

3. C, impact/ outside environment : outside the hotel buildings didn't matter

1.c
2.c
3.c

1.b
2.c
3.c

1.b ( despiriting )
2.c( familiar and inviting )
3.c( simply didn't matter )

1.B
2.B
3.C

1.B
2.B
3.C

1. guest feel, luxury hotel -> hotel, expensive surroundings seem
B depressed -> dispiriting
2. luxury hotels overlook -> luxurious hotels underestimated
B comfortable environment -> feel at home in surroundings
3. impact, outside environment -> outside the hotel building
C no effect -> didn't matter

B
B
C

B = depressed = seem empty and dispiriting

C = personal welcome = to feel at home

C = no effect = didn't matter

CORRECT ANSWERS FROM SIMON:

1. B
depressed = can seem empty and dispiriting

2. B
overlook = have underestimated
comfortable environment = feel at home in surroundings which are both familiar and inviting

3. C
no effect = simply didn’t matter

1.B
2.B
3.C

b,b,c

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