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External Article 4 June 2013

New York hotel's plan to end room service could gain following

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Plans by one of the largest hotels in New York City to jettison room service could spur other hotels to scrap the luxury to improve profits, Hilton Worldwide Inc reported its chief executive said on Monday. The New York Hilton Midtown, a 2,000-room, full-service hotel, plans to eliminate room service this summer and open an on-site eatery that will offer gourmet take-out. The company said it does not have current plans to roll out the initiative more broadly at its 4,000 hotels worldwide.

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