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A recent survey by research group Leger of 1,000 vacationers indicates an impressive 90 percent of respondents who had a kitchen on their last vacation said it improved their vacation experience.
“Having a kitchen may be the hidden secret of a great vacation” said Howard Nusbaum, president and CEO of the American Resort Development Association. Whether you prefer to eat together as a family or savor small meals throughout the day, in-unit kitchens take away the frustration of coordinating meal time and preference for everyone in your group”.
Kitchens are a welcome option for families traveling with children, who enjoy cooking, and anyone who wants to save some money. While dining out is a treat, many vacationers look forward to being able to grab a snack or have a breakfast or lunch at your convenience throughout your stay cuts down on costs and allows time for other activities. It also allows for separate meal times for children and adults, so adults can enjoy “grown up” meals and conversation.
Survey respondents shared their tips for making the most of the kitchen on vacation. They recommend bringing go-to recipes. Preparing before vacation reduces stress and lets everyone have a great time.
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