I can try and point you to a start here, although I must stress that I haven't actually played with LRE kit yet, but it seems reasonably straight forward! So here are a few suggestions...
1. For the hotels you may want to look at Long Reach Ethernet to provide Broadband services to the rooms. It uses the exisiting telephone cabling without a requirement to rewire the whole building in Cat5 or Cat5e.
2. Web browsing could be supplied by a DSL technology.
3. ISDN is a popular video conferencing medium although call charges can be quite high. The hardware can expensive but that depends on what sort of standard you want to supply to the customer.
4.If you use a VPN to the central site, this will add overhead to both the traffic running over the web service router, in terms of banwidth - and the router itself, so think about bandwidth requirements, router capability etc.
5. You may want to consider the use of PIX as security devices and VPN tunnel end-points. Expensive but good!
6. The web server could sit in a DMZ at the central site, behind a PIX
The scenarios are plentiful and it'll take quite a lot of work to come up with a decent proposal in terms of budgetary constraints. Lot's of scenario building required here!
A lot of people read these forums and I'm sure there are plenty who can nail down things far better than I can but I hope this is of some help. I can't give you prices I'm afraid.
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