Hotels in Korea are available in different levels of price and comfort. They are classified by an official rating system according to size, service quality and conveniences into five groups: super deluxe (SDL), deluxe (DLX), first class, second class and third class. The mugunghwa (Rose of Sharon), the national flower of Korea, is used as a symbol of quality, with five flowers being the top rating. Most hotels have restaurants, bars, souvenir shops, cocktail lounges, coffee shops, barber shops, beauty salons, meeting rooms and fitness clubs, and most guest rooms include private baths and heating and cooling systems. The super deluxe hotels match the best that the West has to offer. Their international flavour insures that all travellers will feel at home, while their traditional Korean hospitality is a unique extra.