Seven-star hotels (B2)
Spanish writing exercise

Hoteles de siete estrellas

Learn about the comfort of seven-star hotels. In this exercise you'll practise El Indicativo vs. El Subjuntivo, the position of adjectives to reinforce nouns, subordinate causal clauses, and negative opinions followed by El Subjuntivo.

Pay attention to the hints! Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise: "opulence", "butler", "brand", "limousine", "marina" and "clientele".

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When a five-star hotel is too small for you, do not hesitate to make the leap to a more luxurious hotel. These are the seven-star hotels. It is true that there are not many in the world, but with the few that there are it's enough. These hotels offer exclusive services that exceed the boundaries of opulence and comfort, since they have a butler at their disposal 24 hours a day, luxury car rental of Ferraris and Rolls-Royces, helicopter travel to avoid heavy city traffic, Michelin star restaurant reservations, excursions in luxurious limousines, and access to private beaches and marinas. I don't think there's anything that's impossible to get in these hotels, that's why they enjoy a very distinguished and faithful clientele. Who wouldn't like to stay in such a place?

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