Definition: A Limited Service Hotel property subtype is typically characterized by standardized accommodations, little or no extra services available to guests and a discounted price. Frequently, these properties are part of a limited-service division of a major hotel chain. They offer a value-conscious alternative to full-service hotels for travelers not needing restaurants, etc. Limited-service hotels have experienced tremendous growth over the past 10 years.Mid scale hotels would include hotel types from 250-room airport locations to 100-room roadside franchise properties. Such properties may include Best Western, Clarion, Days Inn, Holiday Inn, Howard Johnson, Marriott Courtyard, Park Inn, Quality Inn, Rodeway Inn and Ramada Inn, as well as quality independent hotels.