Forget digital technology, these hotels have lending libraries, vintage vinyl, and more low-tech amenities.
In this digital age, it’s not easy to unplug while traveling, especially with hotel companies putting an emphasis on high-tech amenities. Most properties now offer free Wi-Fi, iPod docks come standard in many hotel rooms, and Netflix streaming is becoming more available. But what about those of us who can’t get on board with Kindle, who love the feeling of holding a book, and think there is simply no substitute for thumbing through the pages of a glossy magazine? It may be rare to find good old-fashioned forms of analogue entertainment, but low-tech amenities are making a comeback at boutique hotels. Far from seeming outdated, a curated lending library or vintage vinyl collection now seems like a badge of sophistication. Luckily, some hoteliers intent on sharing their passions with guests are embracing this old-school trend. These four new hotels each offer a unique form of analogue entertainment.
Full article recommended by Joseph Kennedy Owner/President at Crystal Investment Property, LLC