What hotels will be like in 2119 revealed by Hilton report and futurologist Gerd Leonhard

Mail Online | 6/20/2019 | Sadie Whitelocks for MailOnline;Ted Thornhill, Mailonline Travel Editor
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In 100 years’ time, it looks like all hotels will receive five-star ratings from customers – every time.

That’s because according to a report on what hotels will be like in the year 2119, ‘every area of the hotel will instantly morph into a guest’s perfect, hyper-personalised space’.

Thanks - Data - Insights - Chip - Technology

And how will it do this? Thanks to ‘individual data insights, gleaned from embedded chip technology [in the skin]’ that will ‘beam to the hotel, so the space will be ready the moment a guest walks in’.

The report - published by Hilton to celebrate its 100th birthday in partnership with world-renowned German futurologist and university lecturer Gerd Leonhard and other forward thinkers - has some examples of what it means by the ‘perfect space’.

Scenery - Space-lovers - Views - City - Dwellers

‘Think star-scattered scenery for space-lovers, meadow views for weary city dwellers, or safari displays for adventurers,’ it says. ‘The Lobby will conjure up anything from a tranquil spa to a buzzy bar, giving every guest the perfect, personal welcome.

So, if guests don’t fancy sleeping in a hammock, they needn’t worry. They can get it to morph into a soft mattress.

Temperature - Lighting - Microchips - Skin - Guests

Temperature and lighting will also be personalised, with those microchips in the skin enabling guests to control the environment to their wants and needs.

The report has some food for thought on hotel catering too.

Meals - Course - 'insect - Plant - Power

Meals will be 3D-printed, of course, and be crafted around 'insect and plant power'.

Dishes on the horizon include 'sweet algae fritters, beetle bolognese, plankton pies and caterpillar skewers'.

Chefs - Data - Guest - Preferences - Requirements

Chefs will be provided with biometric data for each guest so that preferences and nutritional requirements can be catered for with precision.

The hotel structure, meanwhile, will be nothing like today’s bricks and mortar efforts.


They will adapt, the report says,...
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