Younger visitors often have particular needs when they are visiting a new destination, and that also applies when they are selecting where they are going to stay during their visit. Whether they’re worried about a charging point for their electric car, the environmental reputation of the place they are going to stay at or making sure that their iPhone will remain topped up throughout their trip, there are a number of specific questions that younger travellers tend to have.
Tracking down the answers to these questions can be difficult, particularly for those who have not had the chance to visit Lincoln before and are unfamiliar with the area. That’s why we’re using this article to explain how young travellers to Lincoln can discover the answers to their most burning questions.
Anyone who has actually stayed in a hotel and discovered that they’re not able to charge their mobile phone next to the bed will be well aware of how frustrating that experience can be. With websites like mresell.co.uk offering refurbished Apple products at lower prices than ever before, it’s no wonder that many travellers (particularly young ones) are now travelling with several gadgets that demand charging at the same time during their trip.
The best way to find out about whether or not a particular hotel, B&B or other accommodation option has plenty of charging points in the room is either to ask them directly or check out the reviews on a website such as TripAdvisor to double-check. If there is little mention of charging and young travellers are frequent guests, then it’s usually safe to assume that there are plenty of plug points.
Electric Car Charging Points
While it was slow to start rolling out the technology, the UK now has one of the largest networks of electric car charging points in Europe. Lincoln city centre is particularly well served, but travellers may find that they become rarer once they move out of the more built-up parts of the city. For that reason, it’s advisable for any visitors who will be relying on electric car charging facilities during their trip to Lincoln to call their accommodation in advance to see what is available. Many larger hotels with their own car parks now offer their own charging points (and parking may even be free or reduced for users of electric vehicles).
COVID-19 has caused many hotels to up their use of single-use items, often backtracking from a long attempt to phase them out. As the pandemic starts to subside, it’s worth taking a bit of time to ask if and when a hotel plans to return to its old policies before booking. Many hotels will have information about their environmental approach on their website, so it’s worth checking before booking.