June 21, 2018
Travelers losing interest in home-sharing
According to MMGY Global’s Portrait of American Travelers study, just 33% of respondents are interested in sharing economy accommodations, down from 41% in 2017 and 37% in 2016.Read more
According to data from Small Luxury Hotels of the World, more women are traveling solo. They note a 53% increase in single occupancy rooms booked by females between 2011 and 2012 compared to men traveling alone, which increased by 38%.
Who needs a man or even a travelling companion on holiday? Females exploring the world alone is not only becoming more accepted, but is also the preferred option for many women, according to new research.
Perhaps inspired by the book and Julia Roberts' film, Eat, Pray, Love, demand for hotels rooms booked by single-occupant females has risen.
The trend has led to hotels going further to make females feel safer by offering women-only floors and rooms with more feminine touches, such as in-room girly magazines and hair straighteners.
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