A review of our blog posts from 2018 shows just how well-positioned boutique and luxury hotels are.
Few industries are better positioned to thrive in the “Experience Economy” than hospitality. Millennials are clearly looking to travel as one of the best ways to accumulate meaningful life experiences.
As a result, today’s travelers are often looking as much for connections as they are seeking accommodations. They are more inclined to favor hotels that help them connect not just with local culture via a knowledgeable and well-connected concierge, but with each other via more welcoming, device-friendly gathering places.
At Beachwood Custom, we believe this is tremendously positive news for the three-to-five-star hotels we serve. As can be seen in the articles below, they are certainly proving up to the task.
Whether they have different values or are just better at using technology to get what we all want, Millennials continued to drive hotel design and operations in 2018.
Whether it’s stocking the minibar with local craft brews, bringing the local landscape indoors or using local materials and artists to capture the local vibe, hotels are proving remarkably inventive at providing unique guest experiences.
The devices people bring with them are reshaping how hotels design their business centers, conference areas, and guestrooms.
To learn more about how Beachwood Custom helps boutique and luxury hotels provide unique guest experiences, contact us today.