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Flugausfälle wegen kranker Piloten: TUIfly muss keine Entschädigung zahlen Flugausfälle wegen kranker Piloten: TUIfly muss keine Entschädigung zahlen

Flugausfälle wegen kranker Piloten: TUIfly muss keine Entschädigung zahlen

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Massenhafte Krankmeldungen haben im Oktober 2016 zu zahlreichen Flugausfällen geführt. TUIfly muss dennoch keine Entschädigung zahlen, urteilte nun ein Gericht. Vorherige Prozesse hatte die Fluggesellschaft verloren.
FKK-Restaurant in Paris: Nackt Schnecken essen FKK-Restaurant in Paris: Nackt Schnecken essen

FKK-Restaurant in Paris: Nackt Schnecken essen

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Wer eintritt, muss die Hüllen fallen lassen: In Paris hat ein Nudisten-Restaurant eröffnet - auf der Karte stehen französische Spezialitäten. Genuss pur?

Your favourite things: Hotels are finding out what amenities guests really want

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Main image:  IT HAS been more than once that Gulliver has found himself putting the incorrect electrical plug into the wrong socket or dock at a hotel—whether it be for a smartphone, laptop or shaver. Since such gadgets have proliferated, the hotel industry too has been confused about what facilities they should offer to service weary travellers. But after much trial and error, hotels finally seem to be figuring out which amenities guests truly value—and which ones are little more than gimmicks.The latest survey of American hotels from the American Hotel and Lodging Association, an industry group, reveals a plethora of shifts in the hospitality industry, including the rapid disappearance of smoking rooms. But when it comes to gadgets, the trends are particularly interesting, since they are not always in the direction of more technology.The biggest shift, unsurprisingly, is the growth in the availability of internet access. In 2004, the earliest year for which the report has data, half of hotel rooms had high-speed access. Last year, that figure had climbed to 98%. The number with in-room wi-fi has also surged from 35% to 98% over the same period. Outside of budget hotels—91% of which have high-speed in-room internet—and hotels with fewer than 50 rooms—92% of which do—a fast connection to the web is ...

Your favourite things: Hotels are finding out what amenities guests really want

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Main image:  IT HAS been more than once that Gulliver has found himself putting the incorrect electrical plug into the wrong socket or dock at a hotel—whether it be for a smartphone, laptop or shaver. Since such gadgets have proliferated, the hotel industry too has been confused about what facilities they should offer to service weary travellers. But after much trial and error, hotels finally seem to be figuring out which amenities guests truly value—and which ones are little more than gimmicks.The latest survey of American hotels from the American Hotel and Lodging Association, an industry group, reveals a plethora of shifts in the hospitality industry, including the rapid disappearance of smoking rooms. But when it comes to gadgets, the trends are particularly interesting, since they are not always in the direction of more technology.The biggest shift, unsurprisingly, is the growth in the availability of internet access. In 2004, the earliest year for which the report has data, half of hotel rooms had high-speed access. Last year, that figure had climbed to 98%. The number with in-room wi-fi has also surged from 35% to 98% over the same period. Outside of budget hotels—91% of which have high-speed in-room internet—and hotels with fewer than 50 rooms—92% of which do—a fast connection to the web is ...
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