At one time, the stereotype of a business traveler checking into a hotel in a distant city was a boisterous fellow with wine, women and song on his mind. Now the universal craving that hotels seek to satisfy is for something considerably more urgent: a night of true, deep shuteye, with no distractions.
Looks to me that we've all just grown old. What would we rather do on most evenings? That's right, try and get a good night's sleep.