Staying better in 2021: Hotels
Much like apartment tenants, hotel guests are demanding more for their money—more room, more interconnectivity and more focus on safe and healthy spaces. Investors and owners will need to drive change to lure them back.
- Room size will matter: Micro hotel rooms? No longer in vogue. In a reversal of recent trends, hotels will feature larger rooms to allow guests to work, exercise and rest in the comfort of their own private space.
- Make it seamless: Technology-enabled connectivity through all travel touch points, from transportation to check-out, will be expected.
- LEED well, don't follow: Green and healthy standards for hotel construction and operations will be required as travelers demand a focus on both wellness and sustainability.
Companies like Journera have enabled a seamless, contactless experience increasing efficiency for guest and hotel
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