The History of Hotels | Infographic

Hotels have come a long way since they first began. After all, can you imagine peoples’ reactions if they were asked to bring a hammock with them to an American hotel? Just 235 years ago, that was the expectation at American seaport inns. Hotel and their amenities have improved dramatically over the years – some, such as the Oriental Hotel in Bangkok and the Chelsea Hotel in New York have even become notorious for their high-class service and the famous people who have stayed there.

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