Um... Destination charging doesn't mean only charging at a hotel. What are you talking about? Destination charging means when I drive from Arizona to my aunt's house in California, where am I going to charge because the closest SC is 25 miles away and she only has a 110v outlet. Most CHAdeMO locations are in-city locations, so it is an excellent option for destination charging. With a lot of in-city CHAdeMO stations, such as here in Phoenix and many other locations, you can stay anywhere and still have a place to charge that is much faster than a Level 2. - - - Updated - - - It absolutely is if I'm charging while eating dinner in a town that I'm visiting where there is no charging facility where I am staying (relative or friend's house, hotel without charging facility, etc.). How do you keep your car fueled in such a situation? I'm at a destination where I need to find a charge. Without CHAdeMO, I'd have to wait hours at an L2 charger or I could pick up my charge a lot faster using CHAdeMO while grabbing some food. You don't get to define what "destination charging" means for everyone because it is a term that covers a wide range of needs and circumstances.