Here's the online version of the "Two Hotels" reading text comprehension exercise on Comparatives and Superlatives.
Mike: Let’s compare them, then.
Angela: Alba is a boutique hotel and don’t have many facilities. It’s cheaper than Conrad hotel.
Mike: Yes, you’re right. Besides, it’s lovelier than Conrad hotel. Look at this lovely restaurant.
Angela: On the other hand, Conrad hotel is a five-star hotel and it has everything. There is even a hairdresser in it. I think it is more relaxing than Alba hotel.
Mike: I agree with you. However, Alba looks cosier than Conrad. It really has a warm atmosphere. Besides, I think Conrad is a bit expensive hotel.
Angela: What about the rooms?
Mike: Conrad’s rooms are larger and nicer than Alba’s.
Angela: Alba’s rooms are looking at the river, so their views can be more beautiful than Conrad’s. However, their room service isn’t as good as Conrad’s.
Mike: Alba is only five-story high. Conrad is much higher than Alba. I think a view from a Conrad’s room will be great.
Angela: Maybe. Both hotels have advantages and disadvantages. I can’t decide on one of them.
Mike: Let’s go to Conrad Hotel. It’s bigger and has a great swimming pool. I think the weather will be hotter than now when we get there. This swimming pool will be awesome for us.
Angela: Alright, let’s go to Conrad then. Also, their rooms look much cleaner than Alba’s.