In my career, I have attended probably several hundred professional conferences and meetings. Some of these were local or state hospitality associations, many were brand related and others were for specialized development for my team or myself.
A stay at the Burj Al Arab (translation: Tower of the Arabs) in Dubai can run up to nearly $19,000 per night.
Want a hotel for just a couple of hours, such as to freshen up before an important meeting, and wondering if you can get a lower rate since you won't be spending the night?
Hoteliers want to pay more tax? Unheard of! Or is it? And are the hotels paying the tax? Or is it their guests? And if it's a tax, why do so many people want to call it a fee?
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October 19, 2012
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Hotel consultant and author Stanley Turkel speaks about thirty-two hotels in New York that were built to last.
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