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Chapter Two
Research Design and Methodology
This study entitled "Accommodation services offered in the hotel including tour packages" is a qualitative research that attempts to accumulate existing information and data regarding the accommodation services offered in the different hotels in the Philippines and including their tour packages. Trochim stated that "a key reason for doing qualitative research is to investigate and become more experienced with a particular phenomenon of the researcher's interest in order to deliver a detailed description." This study wishes to depict the different services and accommodation that are included in the hotel and the different tour packages offered. The researchers decided to use the qualitative approach in order to verify their observations on different accommodation services and its effect on tourism in the Philippines.
The research would utilize both descriptive and exploratory research methods in the conduct of the study. Descriptive research is a method used to obtain information relating to the current status of an issue or phenomenon to describe "what exists" within the variables or conditions of the situation. The two most common types of descriptive research tools are surveys and observation. The researchers would make use of books, magazines, catalogs and brochures of hotels to come up with a personal description of the answer to the research problem. Exploratory research, on the other hand, is often utilized in order to yield information to explain problems which are not yet clearly defined or the real scope is still unclear. It allows the researcher to familiarize themselves with the concepts of the problem under study to facilitate development of insights and hypotheses. The present study is an exploratory attempt since it would try to gather information regarding the effects of accommodation services of hotel to…...

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