Bloomberg Business published a story on the coming of age of airport hotels, changing from mostly budget or lower end to the move to upscale in places like Minneapolis, NY City, Atlanta and Denver. The article gave various reasons for the change including passengers having increased expectations of airports of which anyone who has been in major airports easily noticing the more upscale restaurants and retail. The article also said commercial real estate developers are seeing airports as fertile locations, driving by rising demand for rooms and conference space and the trend for US airports to upgrade their own spaces. This results in terminals that could connect to hotel lobbies with hotels including full service spas, chic bars and upscale restaurants. With ADR increasing at airport hotels, it is attracting the attention of the major hotel companies.