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New Hyatt Study Reveals What Business Travelers Wear To Work in Hotel Rooms

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Hyatt recently hosted a day-long Twitter chat that it dubbed the “World's Largest Focus Group,” tapping into current travel trends among its clients. Most of the results were not all that surprising—respondents' top wish was for seamless check-in, bypassing the front desk and heading straight to the room.

But by far the most important takeaway regards business travelers' clothing preferences when working from their hotel rooms:

65 percent of women opt for pajamas or workout gear

50 percent of men prefer casual business attire

2.5 percent of both genders forego clothing altogether

Think about that the next time you receive an email from a colleague on a business trip...!

 

Peter Schlesinger is a research assistant at Travel + Leisure. You can follow him on Twitter at @pschles08.

Photo credit: Hyatt Hotels Corporation

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