What are resorts and leisure parks?
The term ‘resort’ refers to a hotel complex, i.e. a hotel which, in addition to accommodation, offers its customers services and activities for leisure, relaxation or sports. Hotel complexes are well-used for rest and leisure and therefore have specific facilities: swimming pool, sauna, spa, fitness room, casino, golf course, thermal facility, ski slopes, etc.
The world of resorts is vast and varied. The term applies to :
- high-class hotel complexes belonging to the world of luxury
- holiday clubs and villages
- attraction parks with a hotel complex
Various professions for multi-skilled managers
The leisure hotel sector gives you access to a wide range of jobs in fields, such as:
- seaside or mountain hotels
- tourist residences
- outdoor hotels
- amusement parks
- theme parks
- holiday clubs
- spa hotels
- gambling establishments
- cruise ships
- residences for senior citizens
After graduating, these future managers must be able to manage not only the traditional operations of accommodation and catering, but also the leisure services and facilities that are available in their organisation.
An innovative specialisation
École Supérieure Internationale de Savignac is responsive to industry trends. The specialisation in ‘Leisure and Luxury Hotel Management’ meets the latest developments in the international hotel sector. Ecole de Savignac is the only school in France to offer such a training course.