Behold the hotel room of the future, includes virtual hanky panky
Futurologist Ian Pearson predicts what guests would be likely experience in hotel rooms in 2030.
UK-based budget accommodation chain Travelodge recently commissioned futurologist Ian Pearson to predict what guests would be likely experience in hotel rooms in 2030.
The six-month study looked at what the impact of technology will have on the average hotel stay and what type of facilities might be available in 20 years time.
Ex-BT future-gazer (now a consultant) Pearson says inevitably hotel rooms will be fundamentally different to those currently available now, with owners able to meet the needs of guests through technology acting as personal concierges, lifestyle coaches, fitness trainers, psychologists and doctors.