What you see on the packet

Mutch, Forbes
June 2003
Caterer & Hotelkeeper;6/5/2003, Vol. 192 Issue 4276, p5
Trade Publication
Comments on the success of the budget hotel market. Leaders of the market; Complaints of customers and officials in the mid-market hotel sector; Key to the budget sector success story; Demands of mid-market customers to the hotel sector.


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