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    Default amenities vs facilities

    What's the difference between "amenities" and "facilities"?
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    Default Re: amenities vs facilities

    Quote Originally Posted by micaelo View Post
    What's the difference between "amenities" and "facilities"?
    Thank you.
    An amenity is a pleasant or useful facility

    This resort is full of amenities. It has lovely suites, a golf course, volleyball court, lovely beach, nightclub and even free internet. There is everything I need for a perfect vacation!

    The facilities at this resort are not very good. The rooms are terrible, the golf course is small, and you have to pay for internet access. I'll never come here again!

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