April 2012
Hotel Management (21582122);4/9/2012, Vol. 227 Issue 4, p3
Trade Publication
Correction notice
Corrections to articles including "A good morning start: Providing a quality breakfast goes a long way," in the February 2012 issue, and "Rate will drive 80 percent of RevPAR growth," and "Top 5 losses in number of guestrooms," in the March 2012 issue are presented.


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