These vanishing features include spacious desks for working long into the night, chests of drawers with ample room to store and divide many items of clothing, and a well-stocked minibar. The reason these features are going away, industry insiders say, is because the owners and operators of the global hospitality industry are aiming all their new construction at millennial travelers, who they believe prefer working and spending time in hip, communal lobby spaces or their guest room beds. Amid these efforts at redesign there are, of course, some cries of protest among those who miss old school touches such as desks and readily accessible minibars. Closets, too, are being taken out of new rooms in order to be replaced by hanging racks, or a lack of an area to hang your closes at all. Get the full story at Hospitality.Net