Many of these institutions are modifying their existing business models in order to best serve consumers both during the health crisis and once travel resumes to a more traditional volume.
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (PRWEB) April 17, 2020
Laurence Fishburne, the well-known actor and performer in multiple hit television series and films such as "Contagion" and the "John Wick" series, is the host of the informational show “In Depth”. The series dives into a wide array of topics that impact people across the country. An impending episode will feature industry professionals discussing hotels of the historical and luxury boutique variety.
Historical and boutique hotels offer an experience that is as unique as the hotels themselves. Some may ask themselves, why stay at an older establishment or boutique Bed and Breakfast when there are plenty of resort options? Boutique and Historical hotels lend a mix of style, charm, and personality that is often not apparent with their modern counterparts.
Typically, boutique hotels are smaller in size, but they make up for lack of spaciousness with intimate and personalized service. Also, historic hotels preserve the rich heritage of a location that can quickly become lost with chain varieties. These hotels maintain a piece of history that allows guests to catch a glimpse of a particular moment in time.
Many people would enjoy the experience of living in a castle or mansion, but the reality of acquiring such a lavish abode is not practical. Boutique hotels can create that experience more efficiently and cost-effectively.
In addition, the recent coronavirus pandemic has also threatened the livelihood of many historical an boutique hotels, due to travel restrictions and advisories. Many of these institutions are modifying their existing business models in order to best serve consumers both during the health crisis and once travel resumes to a more traditional volume. “In Depth” will reveal more details about historical and luxury boutique hotels and their stories during the COVID-19 crisis in the upcoming episode.
“In Depth” with Laurence Fishburne is cautiously reviewed before shown to a larger viewing audience. The educational program has accepted numerous awards for its efforts.