Now that the Millennial population (anyone born between 1980 and 2000) in America exceeds 83 million - even outnumbering Baby Boomers—the travel industry is flinging itself at them with upgraded technology, "meaningful" experiences, and easier ways to book. Thing is, there's a single truth about the Millennial market: No one itinerary fits all. They're extremely curious about the world, and intent on exploring it on their own terms. They take risks - educated risks. They seek comfort in new ways. To put it more candidly, Millennials are traveling better than you.Here's how. Millennials Have Their Choice of Hotels A surge of new brands from big hotel companies like Marriott’s Moxy Hotels, Canopy by Hilton Hotels, and Hyatt Centric Hotels tempts Millennial travelers with free and fast Wi-Fi, in-room charging stations, stylish design and art, and plenty of community space to hang out. Even W Hotels, which pioneered the mass roll-out of design-led boutique hotels, is making a play for younger travelers by letting guest smartphones work as room keys and offering up resident “W Insiders” to give guests a local’s perspective. Smaller hotel collections are also doing the Millennial mating dance. The formula's the same—Wi-Fi (they love Wi-Fi), indie-cool design, and social spaces—but the options are more plentiful than ever. Get the full story at Condé Nast Traveler