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7/20/2018

Reviewer Francis Zera tried JetBlue Airways' Mint, Even More Space and Core seating options and gives all three a hearty endorsement, while noting that an upgrade to Mint or Even More Space is well worth the additional cost.

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7/20/2018

In cities such as New York and Chicago, rooftop hotel bars are a popular destination in the summer months. Boro Hotel in New York has added a rooftop bar where guests can view the city skyline.

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USA Today
7/20/2018

The Four Seasons Beverly Hills will offer a vegan menu later this month through Sept. 7 at its Cabana Restaurant.

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VegNews
7/20/2018

The development of a hotel on Nicollet Hotel Block in Minneapolis is in doubt due to financing issues. "We haven't finished our thinking about the hotel, but I would say it has been a challenge to get the investment community to accept the required hotel overnight room rates," said Bill Katter, president of United Properties.

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7/20/2018

IHG aims to bring Kimpton to the Japanese market with the Kimpton Tokyo Shinjuku. The property will have 162 guest rooms.

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7/20/2018

A record number of visitors entered Hungary last year for business and pleasure. The wave of tourists is attracting hotel development as demand outstrips supply.

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Horwath HTL
7/20/2018

The Royal Penthouse Suite at Hotel President Wilson in Switzerland, at $80,000 per night, tops this list of the world's most-extravagant suites. Amenities include a private Jacuzzi with a view of Lake Geneva.

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7/20/2018

The MSG Sphere arena in Las Vegas will gain $75 million toward its construction from Las Vegas Sands. The sphere-shaped building will boast 190,000 linear feet of LED lighting programmable for a digital showcase.

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7/20/2018

While many are concerned that sports betting will lead to more scandals at the college level, others believe a regulated market will mean less opportunity for corruption. Leagues and sporting organizations are teaming up with corruption and data monitoring services such as Sportradar US to alert them of possible game-fixing.

7/20/2018

The Macau retendering process for casino licenses probably will be pushed back until the middle of the 2020s, given that negotiations with the area's three public bus systems still are ongoing although concessions expire July 31, according to Union Gaming analyst Grant Govertsen. Decisions on gaming concessions likely will be handled after the next administration takes office in January 2020 and could involve a multiyear study.

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