New York, NY, February 13, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Acclaimed trends expert and keynote speaker Daniel Levine is following a series of trends in the hotel industry. Lodgers are rolling out new ideas and practices to attract different levels of clients, creating a variety of travel options.
“The hotel industry is an extremely competitive sector, and companies are always looking for a new idea,” says Levine. “The trend of hotel ideas is a reflection of the desire to find a new angle that will give a competitive advantage.”
Hotel rooms costing tens of thousands of dollars are on-trend for the super-rich. These suites feature high-end amenities and multiple floors to enjoy. Wealthy families are also being targeted, as hotels create programs and services to attract business travelers and their families. High-powered women are also receiving more attention. Hotels are creating woman-only floors to provide extra security and comfort.
The pop-up hotel trend is providing options for the rich and middle class. Wealthy travelers in busy and expensive locations are starting to find housing on docked cruise ships, which can be moved between ports to meet demand. More budget travelers are starting to enjoy converted buses that offer housing in a variety of locations.
Young travelers are also inspiring trends in the travel industry. Some hotels are reinventing the way they do business, with lines of chic boutique hotels set to debut in 2014. Facilities are also trying to reach out to millennials with promotions including skateboards, music, and other products of interest.
“The hotel industry is a great example of how trends can influence business,” says Levine. “These companies are embracing developments in consumer wants and needs and adapting their practices to capitalize on new business opportunities.”
About Daniel Levine
Daniel Levine is a trends expert and public speaker. He focuses on consumer trends from around the world, assisted by a team of more than 8,000 trends-spotters. Daniel works with audiences and corporations to provide guidance on how to embrace and take advantage of the latest trends. Learn more at DanielLevine.com
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