Travelers are Looking to Unplug

 

I left my iPhone at work last night, and I was a nervous wreck until this morning, stressed about what texts I was missing, who was beating me in Words with Friends, and how I was going to wake up without the alarm I use on my phone. But when I am on vacation, I love visiting resorts where there are no TVs, internet access, or phone reception so I can truly feel out of touch with the rest of the world, allowing me to completely relax. I realized I'm not alone, as I watched the Today Show this morning, where Matt Lauer did a segment based on the fact that 81 percent of people polled would like more quiet time with technology.  What does your resort do to help guests relax when they are not taking advantage of your spa?

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