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U.S. Adults More Likely to Take a Trip This Summer Than in 2022
This summer, most adults are more likely than they were in the summer of 2022 to stay in a hotel and take vacation trips, according to a new national Hotel Booking Index survey commissioned by the American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA) and conducted by Morning Consult.
The Contactless Customer: Which Digital Transformations Are Winning Over Hotel Guests
One survey found that 86% of people said they would choose one hotel over another if it had fully contactless mobile check-in, concierge, check-out and facility reservation services.
Embracing the Slow Travel Market: A Lucrative Opportunity for Hotels
There are now upwards of 35 million digital nomads worldwide. And with the digital nomad market alone worth an estimated $787 billion per year globally., it’s high time hotels capitalized on this opportunity.
Web Exclusive: Designing for hybrid work environments - hotelbusiness.com
With the increase in remote work, more and more travelers are working from their hotel rooms. This, coupled with the rise of “workcations” leaves hotel designers facing a new guest demands. Rooms must accommodate a working, business traveler, but also remain comfortable and luxurious for a leisure stay.
Hotels Playing Up Services to Push Strongly Into Short-Term Rentals
To pander to the globe-trotting “bleisure” traveler (business plus leisure), all hotels need to do is strike that delicate balance between privacy and community, hyper-personalize amenities to imbue a sense of home and there they can have it — a customer who doesn’t care if it’s a rental or a hotel so long as it has room service.