From Scenic Desert Resorts to Transparent Mountainside Pods

By: Katherine Pendrill - Jan 24, 2016
The top 2015 hip hotel trends reveal that guests are increasingly looking for accommodations that offer more than just a place to rest their head. Instead of providing guests with basic amenities, many hotels are trying to create immersive travel experiences.

Unlike hotels of the past, modern accommodations now cater to niche travel demographics. This can include anyone from older travelers who are interested in staying in historic buildings to eco-conscious guests who prioritize sustainable travel. Indeed, the top 2015 hip hotel trends demonstrate that there are accommodations available for each and every kind of traveler.

The rise of niche travel has also expanded the conventional understanding of travel destinations. While hotels were traditionally limited to beachfronts and city centers, accommodations are increasingly popping up in new and exotic locals. For instance, there are hotels located in the middle of the ocean, on the side of mountainous cliffs and even underwater.

For more information about hip hotel trends, turn to Trend Hunter's 2016 Trend Report.