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Spatial analysis of Airbnb apartment locations in Prague
Kroutil, Filip ; Pertold-Gebicka, Barbara (advisor) ; Nevrla, Matěj (referee)
This paper investigates the determinants of the spatial distribution of Airbnb listings in Prague, the capital city of the Czech Republic, and compares it with the distribution of traditional accommodation units such as hotels. The analysis is based on two datasets, one containing all 14 864 Airbnb listings in Prague in November 2019 and the other including a snapshot of 864 hotels from March 2020. Local indicators of spatial association and traditional OLS regression were used to study the determinants and differences between the distributions. The results show a simpler and more centered distribution in the case of Airbnb units. The study also provides a model describing Airbnb density in each municipal district with high predicting power. Insights from this thesis could help understand the principles behind Airbnb dispersion and so create a basis for future regulations of this relatively new market segment.
Energy Performance Certificate of the Building
Lněnička, Petr ; Vyhlídalová, Karolína (referee) ; Horák, Petr (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the evaluation of the energy performance of the Mars hotel in Špindlerův Mlýn. The theoretical part of this thesis is focused on the conversion of sunlight into electric power using solar-powered photovoltaics. The practical part is focused on the analysis of energy consumption and energy flux of the inspected building. The final part C concerns about the result of this thesis – the energy performance certificate of the analyzed building.
SPORTS AND RECREATIONAL RESORT KRÁLÍKY
Vosyková, Magdaléna ; Velehradská, Dagmar (referee) ; Dýr, Petr (advisor)
The subject of the diploma thesis is the design of a hotel in the foothills of Králický Sněžník for 62 guests. The hotel has a restaurant, wellness center with swimming pool, fitness center, games room, ski room, sports equipment store, sports equipment rental, 40 covered parking places in the basement, rooms for bikes and baby carriages. This new building is located on the outskirts of the town of Králíky, in places of territorial development with a sports and recreational focus. The design concept is based mainly on the interaction with the future ski slope and works with maximum use of a quality view of the slope and the picturesque landscape. When solving the design, care was taken to ensure that the building complied with the design principles of passive structures.
Smart District Špitalka
Vémolová, Petra ; Hybská, Bohumila (referee) ; Sedláček, Michal (advisor)
The management of Brno has been considering building a new boulevard for several years. Many studies have been prepared on the appearance of the new Brno boulevard, which will be run parallel to Koliště Street. Brno boulevard should alleviate traffic jams on the surrounding roads. The diploma thesis deals with the architectural study of the hotel and the congress hall that would become part of the emerging smart district Spitalka. The urban concept (part of the pre-diploma thesis) is the basis for the architectural study of the hotel. The area responds to the elements that characterize smart cities abroad. The design includes a large variability of public spaces and the buildings themselves. The newly built hotel is adjacent to the newly built Brno boulevard. Across the street, the hotel is connected to a public space around the cooling tower, where the surrounding buildings are used for business, commercial and entertainment functions. The brick building of the Brno heating plants was a colorful inspiration for the architectu-ral form of the design. The building itself is divided into two separate operations, part of the hotel and the congress part, which are interconnected. On the ground floor you can find the en-trance hall, which leads to the congress hall and restaurant. The corner of the building is horizontally divided into floors of different widths. The facade of the hotel on the north and south sides is divided by windows. Thanks to the shift of the top floor, a place was created for terraces that allow a view of the historic city center. The south-western side offers a view of the Svitavsky nahon, the cooling tower and Spilberk Castle. The terraces can be used by wellness visitors, hotel guests during breakfast and to visit the green roof.
Smart District Špitalka
Sergeeva, Anna ; Hybská, Bohumila (referee) ; Sedláček, Michal (advisor)
The proposed building is part of a complex of three buildings. The task was to create the dominants of the new territory, which would include functions corresponding to the concept of a smart neighborhood. The building has 19 floors above ground and two underground. The simple shape is complemented by the corrugated roof of the congress center and the curved atrium. The main entrance is towards the new city street, the main facade of the congress center faces the square. The dynamics of the shape of the high-rise building is supported by an irregular grid of windows, the combination of full masonry and leaky lighten the facade of the lower part.
WINE HOUSE NIKOLSBURG MIKULOV
Matějík, Valeriia ; Vojtěšek, Jiří (referee) ; Dýr, Petr (advisor)
The goal of the diploma thesis is to design a wine hotel for 30 people with other public spaces with quality accommodation corresponding to the level of four stars in Mikulov. The new building of the Wine House is a three-storey building located in a sloping terrain, which consists of three floors above ground and one underground floor. The wine house will provide Nikolsburg Winery as a representative building. Visitors and guests of the hotel can enjoy a glass of wine on the terrace of the proposed building and at the same time wonderful views of the vineyards and the silhouette of Mikulov, relax in the surrounding picturesque landscape, or visit the nearby center of Mikulov, Pálava hills or take a boat ride on the surface of reservoirs called Novomlýnské nádrže. Accommodated guests will have the opportunity to use the wellness, massage and Finnish sauna. Tourists passing by will have the opportunity to taste good food and visit the wine lounge, where they can taste and buy locally produced wine at the same time.
SPORTS AND RECREATIONAL RESORT KRÁLÍKY
Hádková, Sabina ; Vojtová,, Lea (referee) ; Dýr, Petr (advisor)
The topic of the diploma thesis assignment is the elaboration of an architectural study of a selected building - a hotel, from a pre-diploma project of an urban solution of the Sports and Recreation Resort Králíky okr. Ústí nad Orlicí. The content of the building consists primarily in accommodation in **** hotel rooms for 60 beds. The hotel also has a restaurant with a terrace, with a capacity of 100 seats, from which there is a view of the surrounding countryside and the Hedeč Monastery, which is located on top of the hill. There is also a wellness hotel with a sauna world, a gym, a massage room and a small shop with ski equipment.
Hotel room control system
Žák, Jan ; Jirgl, Miroslav (referee) ; Štohl, Radek (advisor)
The aim of this thesis is to design and implement a hotel control system for room access, heating and lighting. An analysis of customer needs is included, on which the design of the solution is based. Final solution is modular and can be controled remotely.
Marketing Strategy of the New Product / Services Launch
Čamková, Veronika ; Šimberová, Iveta (referee) ; Chalupský, Vladimír (advisor)
The main focus of the Hotel “Pod Zamkem” Diploma Thesis is to project and propose the best marketing strategy and use the most efficient and appropriate promotion method.The Diploma Thesis consist of two parts. The first section is dedicated to clarifying specific marketing terms such as Marketing Mix, Online Marketing Analysis SWOT, STEP Analysis, Porter’s Five Forces Model etc. The second part of the Diploma Thesis deals with more specific practical issues directly applying the theoretical analysis outlined in the first section. Furthermore the hotel quests have been asked to complete questionnaire in order to ascertain their view on future hotel development in order to utilise and enhance customer service in wellness and fitness.
Hotel in Wallachia
Šubová, Adriana ; Krupica, Roman (referee) ; Bantová, Sylva (advisor)
The subject of this diploma thesis is the elaboration of documentation for the construction of a hotel with a restaurant in Rožnov pod Radhoštěm. The building is designed for short-term accommodation of 50 people. The building is functionally divided into a hotel part and a restaurant part. It is a detached object L-shaped building. The building is designed as a classic building with masonry system. The hotel part is designed as a two-storey with masonry system and sloping roof. The restaurant part is designed as a two-storey with basement. This part is also from masonry system and with sloping roof. The building has 22 double rooms, 1 apartment for 4 people and 1 room for people with reduced mobility, restaurant and technical facilities.

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