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  • Luxury travellers want emotional experiences
  • Luxury travellers want emotional experiences
    Dietmar Temps ©
SIGNAL

Luxury travellers want emotional experiences

Almost three quarters of luxury travellers prefer hotels to offer a knowledgeable concierge over in-room destination guides. The demand for experiences that can’t be found in a guidebook is continuing as people are looking for a "feeling" when travelling.

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