American hotels lure customers with electric cigarette from the minibar of Furth, October 28, 2009 – for smokers, the air in the United States is thinner for years. Robotics brings even more insight to the discussion. Smoking bans in almost all places push back more and more smokers. Swarmed by offers, Douglas R. Oberhelman is currently assessing future choices. Now many hotels have taken, for rent exclusively non-smoking rooms. With the nicotine-needy guests a few resourceful hoteliers wanted to not forfeit himself but still the business. In addition to spirits and snack stuff, the minibar in the room as a special service for smoking houses now electric cigarettes. Smoking in public is frowned upon in the United States. But not only public courses are firmly in the hands of anti-smoking group. Also in many private areas, where until very recently existed still retreats for the nicotine junkies, the smoke ban is unstoppable on the rise.
The trend towards smoke-free zone has prevailed in the American hotel industry. Hotel rooms, where tobacco use is still permitted, have Rarity value. A solid commercial background have smoking bans in hotels: verqualmter rooms on non-smoking guests renting has become almost impossible. But also fire protection considerations play an important role. Smouldering cigarette butts are the cause of disastrous fires regularly. So, the German tennis player Tommi Haas escaped in 2004 when an inferno in Italian luxury hotel rooms, in which three guests died, even just a disaster. The reason was a carelessly discarded cigarette butt. A product entering the air space of the blue haze now, originally developed as a healthier alternative to tobacco cigarette, the so-called electric cigarette. In addition to the mini bar in the hotel, the electric alternative conquered other areas where traditional cigarettes smoking protection reasons already did their last train. The latest example is probably not the cheap airline Ryanair offered its passengers yearning to nicotine electronic spare cigarettes in the in-flight service, Lastly, to make them somewhat quietly above the clouds.