1. Ubiquitous in-room technology: You just can’t do without in-room technologies—especially high-speed wireless Internet and high-definition flat screen televisions, which are now available in 98% and 88% of U.S. hotel rooms, respectively. 2. More dining options: From time-pressed guests to business travelers, hotel guests want dining options onsite. Nearly two-thirds of hotels (62%) offer complimentary breakfast; it’s a mainstay of the midscale sector (96%) but also popular at upper-midscale (80%) and economy (81%) hotels. The higher end of the spectrum, the luxury segment and resort location hotels, look more to offering a varied selection of options throughout the day, with both reporting an average of three food outlets per property. 3. Holding the line on resort fees: Only 4% of hotels nationally charge resort fees, the study found - down from 7% in 2014 and not many more than the 3% that did so in 2006. Most of them are in the luxury segment (31%) and independent hotels (17%). Fees for checking out early reached an all-time high, though, at a whopping 34%. Get the full story at Travel Market Report