What does Ralf Ohletz look for in a hotel?
I like convenience, but it depends where you are. I like to walk around. So let’s say you’re in Paris or London, I choose a hotel that’s very convenient to walk. By walking, you’re experiencing new things — you pass by shops and things. Taxis have become so expensive everywhere. In Europe, it’s quite organized. In London, you can still hail a taxi if you’re standing in the road. In Germany or in France, you’ve got to go to a taxi stand and queue up, so it’s not very convenient. It’s like trying to find a taxi in L.A.