Pricier Hotels Are Piling On The ExtrasLaura Koss-Feder
Gone are the days of the early 1990s, when you could haggle at the front desk of a hotel and get a $150 room for just $100. Rising occupancies because of a loosening of business travel dollars, an increase in domestic tourism, the lack of new hotel construction, and a reduction in operating expenses have made hotels more profitable and less desperate to put heads in beds.
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