A hotel website should give answers to all questions the visitors might have, from the hotel location with clear descriptions on how to get there, the size of rooms, etc. to, for example, ski conditions (if your hotel is in the mountains). The visitors have a really wide set of questions depending on their own conditions. Some of them are going to travel as parents and want to know what your biggest room is, if you have door-to-door, etc. As to, let’s say, business travelers, most likely they’ll be interested in enough quantity of plugs to their stuff, the convenience of a desk in the suite, Wi-Fi opportunities, and so on. Modern website design requires being more dynamic and needs us to route through instead of all these crazy navigation trees that have 1000s possible ways to go somewhere and frustrate visitors so much. Some hotel website designers think for some reason if they offer us 500 different things to click on, we might click one. Professional hotel web design now goes in a new direction by becoming more user-friendly and effective. Build your website navigation in such a way you would stay with the guest before, during and after their stay. Thus, visitors will receive what they really want. Make the navigation as much possible clear and convenient, and the prospective customer will not leave your website without making a reservation.