Female Execs Call for Increased Amenities in Hotels and Airlines
According to a survey released in September by New York University  and Wyndham Hotels and Resorts , female executives want and desire more services amenities. At the top of the list is more responsive service.
Hospitality and Leisure Analyst Cheryl Boyer of PricewaterhouseCoopers  says women are more perceptive of extra touches in a room, and will continue frequenting hotels that cater to their needs.
Examples new "library" hotel lounges, where women can relax without feeling apprehensive in public meeting places like bars or lobby lounges. Delta Airlines  has implemented a new travel site called Executive Woman's Travel Network -designed just for female travelers-with travel tips and articles by female authors.
Security is another service issue within hotels; many front desks, for example, are now asking women if they would like a room by the elevator rather than one further down the hall.