The Age of the Daycation
Economic refugees from the dark days past of the Global Financial Crisis no doubt recall the tagline 'staycation' during the downturn.
I recently read a new item in the International New York Times over the rise of the 'daycation.'
Hotels around the world are increasingly attracted to driving up revenue, and incremental spending is clearly an object of attraction.
Most common drivers of daily use are beaches (sorry Phuket these are now completely public), fitness centers, pools and spas.
One could only take the concept further, and imagine a Twilight Zone episode of a hotel with no guests at night, as once the sun sets the customers all head home to bed?