This generation of travelers is smarter, and they know when you’re being dismissive or fake. Of course, you’ll have travelers who don’t have that expectation, but take the time to feel each guest out. Different travelers require different types of attention. Do away with the wonky cuisine themes and bring in more farm-to-table restaurants with microbrews on draft. It’s difficult to dismiss the popularity of craft beer and organic food these days, especially among millennials, who will soon make up a significant portion of business and leisure travelers. Lastly, all-inclusive resorts could really use a facelift when it comes to their online presence. Resorts don’t have a whole lot of information on their websites. And if they do, it’s the same information their 13 other hotel partners have. Get the full story at Hotel News Now