I think the opportunities for charging your PHEV on the road will increase a bit over time. However, I think in the end PHEV owners are in a weird niche, we'd love to be able to plug in and take advantage of the EV range we have, but it probably makes more economic sense for communities and providers to focus on the needs of BEV owners, as they are completely dependent on being able to charge when they need to and are more likely to make travel decisions based on if they can plug in when they get there.
I guess the ultimate answer is to buy a BEV Niro.
I agree with you and all the previous comments.
PHEV are kind of a 'plus' on top of the Hybrid principle and therefore it is often seen as: "I do EV as much as I can where it makes sense".
Of course, with the PHEV, using EV on freeway does not really make sense (except if you have a short few miles of freeway).
I also agree on the fact that charger should remain available to BEV in priority because they can't rely on gas when the battery is depleted.
But I also consider that if you spend multiple days in a city hopping around, we can also be considered as BEV with 24 miles autonomy and therefore charging, like the other BEV, makes sense to me.
I think that hotels should start having some infrastructure ready for EV and plugins vehicles.
No need for DC fast charger as it will be used overnight, but level 2 chargers will be handful.
PHEV can be completely recharged in around 2h30 which can be handled by plugin on arrival and then freeing the charger after this time (no need to occupy the charger overnight).
BEV can be complete recharged in around 9h which makes it doable overnight.
And I don't think that lvl2 charger plugged on 240V plugs (in the US) is that complex to install for an hotel compared to the added value.
Doing so would be, in my opinion, a huge advertising for PHEV and BEV and it would show to everyone that actually PHEV and BEV are viable solutions for city driving and help to decrease air pollution in cities.
(After all, we all charge our smartphone overnight without wondering if we will find a plug or if we will need to stop by the grocery to charge it, don't we?)