As my Model S delivery date approaches, I'm starting to plan road trips that I normally take with my 15 mpg premium gas-guzzling SUV, and looking at how to do the trip in my Model S. The Model S has enough range that it works great as a daily driver and for <200 mile weekend trips in my surrounding area. Tesla is solving the problem of getting from point A to B over longer distances with their super charger network, and (mostly) meets my needs for travel within CA. The problem I'm having is that for longer trips, when I arrive at my destination there are practically no Level 2 (or better) EV chargers available at hotels. It seems this is a big missing link that could impede EV adoption as a replacement for ICE vehicles for road trips. For example, there are no J1772 charging stations at any hotels in Anaheim, CA, hometown of Disneyland. The people currently buying the Tesla Model S are a fairly affluent (and probably influential crowd). So the question I have is what can we do as early adopters to encourage hotels (and preferably entire hotel chains) to install more EV charging stations? I'm personally planning on speaking with the manager at any hotel I stay at that doesn't have EV charging stations and playing the role of an EV evangelist (including offering a demo/ride). The main point I would like to impart on them is that will lose my business if another hotel in their area offers EV charging, and they don't. I don't really care if they offer it for free, or want to charge me a reasonable fee, but I do want to charge my car at Level 2 or higher. Anyone have other suggestions?