Staff-Less Boutique Hotels Might Be A Huge Part Of The Future As They Target Gen-Z And Take On Airbnb

While Covid might have accelerated the acceptance of staff-less boutique hotels, the trend was already well under way. And with the adoption of technology by Millennials and Gen-Z, it is growing more rapidly. Why now? The populations mentioned above want to travel and they want experiences. That is why Airbnb has risen so rapidly in the past decade. Boutique hotels are looking at the easy convenience a technology-based hotel might provide in addition to a better customer experience. These hotels aren’t some distant possibility; they are here now. As these hotels begin popping up around the world and customers not only embrace them but demand them, they will become more commonplace. They’ll

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