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  • Aussies don't want ultramodern hotels
  • Aussies don't want ultramodern hotels
    Thomas Hawk (2016) ©
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Aussies don't want ultramodern hotels

Choosing the perfect hotel can be tricky – is there free Wi-Fi and a breakfast buffet? A study by HotelsCombined has revealed that Australians will opt for hotels that offer fast complimentary web access and free movie streaming in their room package over an ultramodern aesthetic.

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