A-list hotel guests are getting a much-needed vacation boost as the tech boom continues to deliver big returns

An A-List hotel guest could be getting a visit from a Disney princess in the near future, thanks to a company that helps hotels set up and manage their online presence.

The company has been helping hotels and other lodging providers create websites, blogs, and other online content for over a decade, and now its starting to see more of an uptick in visitors as the hospitality industry continues to see big increases in business.

The trend is driven in part by the fact that online tourism is expected to rise from a relatively small share of hotel revenue in 2016 to nearly 70 percent in 2025, according to research firm Gartner.

The new trend is also driven by the increased availability of virtual reality headsets, and hotel chains are starting to look at ways to make their guests feel as comfortable online as possible.

So far, Marriott has focused on offering a variety of experiences for guests that are more like the hotel experience.

For example, in addition to booking an in-room breakfast or coffee, the company offers an inbound trip for a family trip, or a hotel stay for two or more.

It also offers an online check-in option that allows guests to set up their own payment plan, which can then be used to book hotel accommodations online.

It’s all part of a shift away from traditional hotel rooms, which were designed for the office and other large gatherings.

But as virtual reality becomes a common part of our everyday lives, hoteliers are also seeing more and more opportunities to offer it for our home and homeaway.

While some have been hesitant to embrace VR for the same reasons that we were hesitant to adopt computers and other technologies decades ago, there’s now an abundance of evidence to support the benefits that can come from making it easy for guests to get a more comfortable stay in their hotel.

The latest evidence of VR’s potential comes from an interview with the CEO of a hotel in New York City, who said that virtual reality has helped him get more guests to stay at his hotel than the average of a single room.

And he also said that it helped him attract more business to his hotel from the hotel’s outside visitors.

A recent survey of nearly 1,200 guests in more than 30 hotel rooms found that 89 percent of guests have already used VR in some way, with more than a third saying they have used it at least once to experience their favorite entertainment.

While the survey also showed that just over a third of the guests who use VR said that the experience was enjoyable.

This could help boost the hotel industry’s profits.

But, it’s not just hotel guests who are seeing an increase in visitors in VR, with the tech-enabled experiences also being seen by consumers in grocery stores, restaurants, and fitness stores.

A survey of more than 1,000 shoppers at a grocery store found that more than half of the shoppers who visited said that they’d used VR to experience the store in some capacity.

Another survey found that over 60 percent of customers who use the Oculus Rift said they’d visited the store to watch an animated movie.

And the tech company says that it’s seeing even more of these experiences as it prepares to release a range of new VR headsets for its next-generation virtual reality platform.

The next-gen platform will feature new headsets that will allow guests to experience more of the hotel and its surrounding area, according a statement from the company.

This is not just the case for the first VR headset, the HTC Vive.

Earlier this year, the first headset was released for the Oculus platform, which is also coming out later this year.

The Oculus Rift is an immersive headset that allows users to enter virtual worlds to experience immersive experiences like movies and games.

The headset’s main selling point is that it has a head-tracking system that allows for an inbuilt motion tracking system, meaning that it doesn’t require any additional hardware to allow for positional tracking.

This means that guests can actually experience the virtual worlds through the headset and still use it to interact with other guests.

However, it also means that the VR experience is not completely seamless, which could cause some people to be confused or feel a little uncomfortable.

The HTC Vive is also an open platform.

You can go and play Minecraft and Minecraft with your friends, and they can go visit other virtual worlds that you’ve created.

You could go visit Disneyland and be in a room with your family members, and you could do that with the Vive, too.

It makes sense that VR would be the most popular VR headset.

However: While VR is certainly one of the biggest trends in the hospitality sector, it has also been a topic of discussion in the entertainment and technology fields, including in recent years, as tech companies have been trying to figure out how to take advantage of the new technologies and bring them to more mainstream audiences.

A company called Virtual Reality Services, for example, is trying to take on the business of finding