Hotel, Sweet Home: Luxury Hotels Are Looking More Like Apartments
By Ann Abel
Say what you will about 2020 and Covid-19, but they forced the hospitality world to get creative. There were lockdown weekend promotions, transitions toward cowork spaces and even luxury quarantine packages.
Now, with many parts of the world still a long ways off from being able to have a normal tourist sea
son, some savvy hotels are rethinking their offerings and becoming more like residential buildings—but with all the bells and whistles of five-star hotels—ready to welcome the many newly remote workers who want to try their hand at digital nomadism, with leases from one month to a full year … read more
Ann Abel is a travel writer and editor and was a senior editor at ForbesLife. She writes for Forbes, Departures, Conde Nast Traveller, Robb Report, Afar, National Geographic Traveler, Islands, Hemispheres, Brides, Modern Bride, Well + Good NYC, and other print and online publications.”In the name of lifestyle journalism, ” she says, ” I’ve gotten a tattoo in Bora Bora, been bitten by a massage therapist, and flown small aircraft above three continents.” She lives in Lisbon.