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Deprivation Vacations are the latest rage for US business travelers and travelers on holiday. Resorts and day spas across the country now offer boot camp-style activities, tight-rope walking and extreme trekking. For the less intense, other vacation destinations offer yoga, cooking and dance classes.
Why it matters
In our post-recession world, the irony is that perks like free wi-fi and breakfast are no longer “perky” enough to reel-in travelers. Today’s post-recession travelers are looking for an inspiring experience to push them to extremes well outside their comfort zones. Will we start to see luxury resorts offer extreme activities to attract more holiday makers?
London’s Goring Hotel is now offering a bath menu in partnership with product company Molton Brown. The £20.12 price point package includes essential oils and bath products, cocktails, scented candles and a “Bath Butler” to draw the bath for you.
DK allows consumers to create their own personalised travel guides by first choosing a destination and then selecting from attractions, which are listed with maps automatically included to support the selections. Users can then organise the content, adding in their own descriptions and customising the cover of their guides.