Why Hotel Check-Out Times May Become a Thing of the Past | Conde Nast Traveler

It turns out that the Capella chain is one of a growing number of hotels across the country that are getting rid of traditional check-in and check-out times in order to cater to today’s traveler. And it makes sense–don’t we all have a memory of being tired and bleary-eyed, nearly falling asleep in a hotel lobby while we waited for our room to be ready? It’s one major appeal of staying in an apartment or renting out an Airbnb–if your flight gets in at 6 a.m. and you didn’t sleep a wink, you can walk right in without waiting for a previous guest to vacate or the cleaning staff to finish sprucing up your room. Flexible check-in is also a dream for business travelers, who might have a meeting soon after arrival and would love the chance to shower, change clothes, and drop off their luggage.

Source: Why Hotel Check-Out Times May Become a Thing of the Past | Conde Nast Traveler

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