Robobutlers, Morphing Hotels, Choosing Dreams and Longevity Spas: Check in to the Smart Hotels of the Future
December 12, 2016 6:12am
DALLAS, Dec. 12, 2016 -- When travelers check into a hotel in 2060 they can expect it to feature augmented reality, artificial intelligence, morphing beds, robotics, touchscreen everything, hyper connectivity and much more, as revealed by the Hotels.com® Hotels of the Future study.
Hotels.com celebrates 25 years of accommodation expertise this year and is looking to the future by partnering with renowned futurist Dr. James Canton of the Institute for Global Futures on the Hotels.com Hotels of the Future study. It uncovers how the travel and hotel experience will be different in a year, 25 years and as far ahead as 2060.
The way travelers choose a destination, book a trip, travel to the location and enjoy the in-stay experience will be dramatically different in the future. Hotels.com is already one of the technology leaders in the travel industry but these new forecasts see super-tech meet super-science.
Dr. James Canton from The Institute for Global Futures, a leading think tank that identifies emerging consumer trends, explains, "Trends in technology, science, energy and entertainment will vastly change the hotel experience for travelers. The emergence of a new travel design science, which is a combination of using big data, artificial intelligence and predicting travelers' dreams, will mean the whole travel experience will change."
"The future of travel is really exciting, as we'll see predictive travel analytics anticipating what consumers want from their experience before booking. The hotel booking itself will be helped along by artificial intelligence software agents, using data mining and intuitive computing. The new travel design science will help create highly personalized in-stay experiences. And it doesn't end when you check out, because new analytics will also ensure lifelong travel fulfillment."
Hotels.com has worked with Dr. James Canton to identify the top trends for what hotels of the future will be like by 2060:
Inside the smart hotel room
By 2060 the standard hotel room you know today will be almost unrecognizable. The room of the future will be so personalized, so smart and techy down to the last detail. It will include:
Take a tour of the hotel room of the future here.
Check out a list of 10 future hotel trends below and see here for additional details:
If you can't wait until 2060 to book a hotel with all these features, Hotels.com has hundreds of thousands of properties available to book right now. Check out the very best Loved by Guests hotels around the world, as inspiration for your next trip. Click here.
Notes to Editors
Dr. James Canton is available for interview on request.
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Contact: Taylor L. Cole
The Institute for Global Futures is a leading think tank that advises Global Fortune 500 companies on emerging trends in innovation and technology that impact consumers, markets and society.
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