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Eating out has never been more popular. It’s no longer a special treat, but an everyday delight.

People of all ages are embracing the dining experience, close to home and on vacation. Hotels can capitalize on this right now – but only if they have the right technology and strategy.

Dining out is a vital part of the travel experience

Over the last five years, eating out locally has become part of our daily lives. Not only that, but dining is now a much faster and more informal affair, leading to a boom in both casual and fast-casual restaurants.

Unsurprisingly, this willingness to try local restaurants, experience ‘craft’ foods, make spur-of-the-moment choices, and eat in a more relaxed atmosphere, has altered the way we eat on vacation too.

Eating out has never been more popular. It’s no longer a special treat, but an everyday delight.

People of all ages are embracing the dining experience, close to home and on vacation. Hotels can capitalize on this right now – but only if they have the right technology and strategy.

Dining out is a vital part of the travel experience

Over the last five years, eating out locally has become part of our daily lives. Not only that, but dining is now a much faster and more informal affair, leading to a boom in both casual and fast-casual restaurants.

Unsurprisingly, this willingness to try local restaurants, experience ‘craft’ foods, make spur-of-the-moment choices, and eat in a more relaxed atmosphere, has altered the way we eat on vacation too.

Anyone who’s spent time in Bangkok knows the hotel scene is fairly one-note: Think predictably slick, luxury chain high-rises with expansive city views and, in true Bangkok fashion, swinging rooftop bars. And while we’re all for outdoor drinking just a short elevator ride from our room, we often crave a more intimate, culturally specific stay. Thankfully, private homes are being reborn as boutique hotels (where suites range from around $750 to under $100 a night).

Anyone who’s spent time in Bangkok knows the hotel scene is fairly one-note: Think predictably slick, luxury chain high-rises with expansive city views and, in true Bangkok fashion, swinging rooftop bars. And while we’re all for outdoor drinking just a short elevator ride from our room, we often crave a more intimate, culturally specific stay. Thankfully, private homes are being reborn as boutique hotels (where suites range from around $750 to under $100 a night).

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