It’s 2016, and ‘prediction’ season has well and truly kicked in. There’s a lot to mull over in the hospitality industry, and much of it – like the increase in mergers and acquisitions and the switch from property ownership to management – is a reflection of what is happening across all industry sectors.

But there’s quite a bit in the travel and tourism sector that is quirky and off-beat. With pop-up hotels, peer-to-peer dining, and Generation “0” travellers (Grandparents taking their grandchildren on all-inclusive holidays) Les Roches International School of Hotel Management has come up with some trends that you might not find on other such lists. Take a look at their infographic:

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