Hotels have long been falling at the feet of millennials - that tech-savvy, experience-driven, pleasure-seeking demographic - creating new brands and installing modern amenities entirely for a younger set of travelers. Fast and furious Wi-Fi? Check. Texting with the front desk? Using a smartphone to open the door? Buzzing lobby scene with craft cocktails and local artwork on the walls? Check, check, check. We get it. Now, some hotels have set their sights on millennial business travelers, who actually want to take work trips (so says 61 percent of U.S. millennials polled last year by MMGY Global) and enjoy their time away from the daily grind. Tru by Hilton thinks millennials want... a dorm-like common room area with ping-pong tables; a build-your-own-breakfast bar with sweet and savory toppings for doughnuts, bagels, and yogurt; and a “social media wall” where guests can see each other’s social media postings in real time. Get the full story at the Condé Nast Traveler