Traveling and Hotels
Traveling and hotels
There are many benefits of traveling including restful experiences, new sights and sounds, improved health and even a little adventure. Traveling can boost creativity for writers, artists, chefs and video game designers. It can also improve mental health by reducing stress and anxiety. It can also increase social connections as well as physical fitness, and is a great way to stay connected to friends and family. It can also help build resilience to deal with challenges in life.
Whether they are relaxing with a massage or enjoying the fresh produce at a local market, travelers know that their needs will be taken care of by hotel staff. Precision, discretion and round-the-clock dedication are the hotel standards that make people feel not only cared for but at home.
Business travellers are the primary target for most lodging properties and account for a large portion of the hotel industry’s revenue. They often prefer the amenities of a business hotel, such as meeting rooms, workstations and internet access.
The “bleisure” traveler is a growing segment of the hospitality industry, and hotels are starting to cater to their needs as well. For example, some are offering work stations in their rooms and adjusting cleaning schedules so that guests can be productive during their stays. Airbnb offers a similar service, and its “Plus” properties are vetted by the company so that guests can feel confident that they’ll be staying in a safe place. Both hotels and Airbnb offer flexibility in their cancellation policies, with details clearly listed during booking.