According to survey respondents, the most aggravating traveler types are as follows:

  1. Inattentive Parents (72 percent)
  2. Hallway Hellraisers (69 percent)
  3. In-Room Revelers (59 percent)
  4. Complainers (53 percent)
  5. Bickerers (35 percent)
  6. The Loudly Amorous (29 percent)
  7. Poolside Partiers (28 percent)
  8. Hot Tub Canoodlers (22 percent)
  9. Business Bar Boozers (17 percent)
  10. Elevator Chatterbox (9 percent)

The survey also elicited travelers’ priorities when choosing which hotels to book. Predictably, price was the number-one consideration:

  1. Price (73 percent)
  2. Free WiFi (63 percent)
  3. Location (61 percent)
  4. Reviews (43 percent)
  5. Parking Options (38 percent)
  6. Hotel Reward Points (20 percent)
  7. Hotel Brand (18 percent)