Several hotel chains are looking to attract price-conscious new age consumers by ditching room service, bellhops, and “fine dining” restaurants in favor of WiFi, flat screens, and ergonomic chairs. The redesigned rooms, described by hotel executives as “cool,” “universal,” and “inclusive,” will cost less than $150 per night.
By consumeristcarey July 7, 2007
Tagged With: hotels
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