Luxury Travel Has to Make Sense of All 5 Senses

| November 6, 2019

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If luxury hotels want to provide sensual experiences, then they need to focus more on the senses all five of them.Indoors, we tend to rely most heavily on two senses sight and touch (unless we are eating). But some luxury travel marketers are starting to realize that bringing our other senses into the equation can be a big differentiator.

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