When online users look for information on tours and hotels, they can make better decisions through videos and pictures rather than content. This is where virtual reality will have an impact on users’ experiences as they can virtually put themselves right there in the hotel room or resort to see whether it meets their needs or not. Virtual reality is not just an entertaining marketing feature, but it also offers endless possibilities. The hospitality industry can use virtual reality to show their customers the local sightseeing attractions. For example, if your hotel receptionist recommends the local waterpark, your guests can check out the place through VR before they go. Virtual reality helps take away the guests’ or travellers’ uncertainty and is an essential tool for all hotel and tour operators to use.