martedì 9 ottobre 2018

Remote villages are becoming hotels



"Remote villages are becoming hotels". Bloomberg Businessweek dedica 5 pagine al modello dell'albergo diffuso
"Dall’Ara estimates there are roughly 110 alberghi diffusi in Italy, up from about 20 in 2008. The Airbnb revolution has inadvertently contributed to the rise of this sort of accommodation. The home-sharing platform has exposed travelers to off-the-beaten-path destinations where large hotels have yet to arrive and fueled the rise of so-called authenticity seekers.
“Thanks to Airbnb and thanks to the fact that travelers care more about sustainability now, this idea of ‘living like a local’ feels current,” Dall’Ara says."



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