When it comes to delegation, it is important that the leader finds a balance in order to keep everyone happy. After assessing the team members' skills, the leader needs to focus on allocation of tasks. This needs to be done carefully though.
Too much delegation to some people might lead to them feeling alienated from the final decision making process.
Too little delegation might lead to a disorganized approach, lack of time management and general chaos.
In the Hotel exercise, I believe that our team, whether by intention or not, managed to strike a good balance so as to keep everyone involved as well as ensuring that each task was handled by a part of the team and not the whole.
Finding the right balance isn't easy but a good leader will find a way to make it happen.