Travel & Tourism (148)
Walk away your hotel bills
People staying at either the 34 Holiday Inn, the Holiday Inn Express or Crowne Plaza hotels in Spain and Portugal will get pedometers along with their keys when they check in. The hotel company has decided to encourage their guests to enjoy a healthier stay and walk 8km per day (10.000 steps) to improve their general health and wellbeing.
Why it matters
Hotels are not selling just rooms anymore but a period of time in which visitors are under their care. Could initiatives like these be linked back to prices for offering good practices whilst staying at the hotel?
"Harry’s Home" is an Austria hotel-chain that follows an innovative concept: guests can choose between the services offered and then only have to pay for what they really consume. A modular system gives choice between diverse room types, cleaning intervals (daily/weekly), food, and room with kitchen for temporary living. The options even go so far as an aquarium, a mini cooper and "blind dates".
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.