What do you think travel will look like in the near future? That’s what Marriott Rewards Credit Card from Chase asked a nationally representative sample of 1,002 Americans, ages 18-67, who stay in a hotel at least five nights per year for business, pleasure, or both. And according to them, travel by 2030 will be a whole lot more interesting than it is today, though to my disappointment, no one is predicting a Star Trek-like beaming technology to be happening by then.
Still, more than a third expect to have holographic personal trainers keeping them fit on the road, and more than half think our current passports will be replaced by digital passports featuring facial recognition.
And we’ll be diving deep and flying high in our choice of destinations, with underwater hotels and travel into space growing possibilities, according to respondents. Here’s an infographic of the top 10 ways travel will change, according to the results of the survey:
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