Promoting sustainability, properties are offering food and beverage credits and other perks for guests who forgo housekeeping services.
The question came at check-in: Did I want to forgo housekeeping for the two days I was staying at the Flamingo in Las Vegas in exchange for a $10 a day food and beverage credit?
The clerk repeated himself. Some guests, he explained, didn’t want to be bothered during their stay — hangovers and all that. So last summer the Flamingo, along with nearly all of its sister properties in Vegas (it is owned and operated by Caesars Entertainment), decided to give people the chance to decline having their rooms cleaned in exchange for a voucher.
Read the full article on eradicating housekeeping for a better environment, and for a better hotel’s bottom line here.
By Abby Ellin for The New York Times.