A New Theme
300 years ago accommodations for travelers on the American East Coast were in the form of inns.
During the colonial days lodging was available in all seaports. There were the bars which allowed sailors to fasten their hammocks on hooks in the backroom and the more costly accommodations offered bunks. Luxurious inns of those days usually had rooms with a number of beds, big enough that more than one person could sleep in it.
In the year 2000 we look at a wide variety of hotels. To attract visitors more and more theme hotels are being built.
Much of what used to be luxury 50 years ago is today part of the tourists’ standard expectation.
Theme hotels are not any more limited to America but the concept of such type of tourist attractions can be found around the world