In a fast-paced world where almost everything you need can be delivered to you at the push of a button, it seems strange to consider that hotels may stop offering room service dining to guests. The largest hotel in New York City, the Hilton Midtown, will put an end to room service beginning as soon as this summer. There has been a recent trend noted in the declining popularity of the in-room dining option. According to an annual survey of U.S. hotels by PKF Hospitality Research, revenue from room service has dropped over the last year. Read more.
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