Up and down in a gilded glass elevator

December 2009
High Country News;12/7/2009, Vol. 41 Issue 21, p3
The article offers various issues related to the U.S. hospitality industry for 2009. The Yellowstone Club owned by Tim Blixseth has been sold for 115 million dollars after declaring bankruptcy in the fall. The hotel Amangiri has been opened by Aman Resorts near Big Water, Utah in mid-October. The 67-acre City Center complex will open in Las Vegas, Nevada in mid-December.


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