Conventioneers have even less time for spas, extras

Ruth, João-Pierre S.
November 2009
njbiz;11/2/2009, Vol. 22 Issue 44, p20
The article reports that conventioneers have less time for spas and other activities between conventions and panel discussions. Joseph A. McInerney, chief executive of the American Hotel & Lodging Association, believes sparse spending and reduced free time has reduced patronage of spas and other hotel services. McInerney adds that spas and other amenities within conference hotels are feeling the effects of the economic crisis.


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