Top-notch Middleton Hotels Provide a Worthwhile Travel Experience
Some folks love going on vacation during the summer. Yet according to the Hotelnewsresource.com staff, a great number of Americans are set to go on vacation this autumn.
Boomers show the largest increases over 2013 and they along with GI/Silents are the most likely to travel with about six out of ten planning to travel at least once this fall. The number of Millennials planning to travel this year is about the same as last year.
“It’s not all about Millennials. Older travelers are alive and well and continue traveling for leisure,” notes Chris Klauda, Vice President at D.K. Shifflet & Associates. “Older travelers have a more flexible schedule and more disposable income which provides plenty of free time and money to travel. Increased revenue will come to travel marketers who can convince mature Americans to travel to their destinations, hotels and attractions with a great offering.”
For those who have money to spend, Napa Valley would make a lovely destination at this time of year. Autumn in Napa Valley happens to be “Crush/Harvest” season, so apart from great-tasting wine, tourists get to enjoy a breathtaking kaleidoscope of colors in full display. Napa Valley tourists can opt to stay at first-class Middletown hotels which are only an hour away. Here’s what travelers need to know about hotel stays in the area:
Booking the hotel
Planning ahead is crucial to a hassle-free vacation. By booking a room several weeks in advance, it is easier to choose a room with easy access and fantastic views. Some hotels also offer great deals for advanced bookings.
Making the most of the stay
Take advantage of the hotel’s amenities, like room service, free Wi-Fi, and the best restaurants in Middletown. Indeed, guests can save time and effort by opting to dine at in-house hotel restaurants. Wine-themed restaurants like the one at Twin Pine Hotel and Casino give guests access to world-class wine without having to go far.
Remember hotel etiquette
While deluxe hotels are expected to provide efficient and courteous service, it always pays to reciprocate and be on one’s best behavior. Guests would do well to use all hotel facilities and amenities with care, treat hotel staff with respect, and tip deserving employees generously. It is customary to tip the bellhop who assists with the bags, as well as room attendants who keep everything tidy.
The autumn travel season is on the upswing this year. For a pleasant holiday experience, tourists would be wise to plan early and observe some sensible practices while on vacation.
(SOURCE: Fall Travel Expected to Increase, August, 26 2014, hotelnewsresource.com)