Across the U.S., the restaurants of high-end hotels are replacing their stuffy, often boring, images with new and exciting concepts. The InnCrowd Once merely a perfunctory and often mediocre function of its host institution, the hotel restaurant has come a long way. The reinvention of the hotel restaurant—the shedding of its stodgy, boring image—is a trend that can be seen across the spectrum of hotels in the U.S. market, but especially in those institutions at the higher end of the ...
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