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Marriott and Starwood Hawaii

The biggest news in travel the past week, and possibly all year, is Marriott’s acquisition of Starwood.  And while there’s a lot of controversy regarding Starwood Elite benefits and Marriott Elites getting shafted, it’s difficult to argue that the merger has provided many more options to both sides.  This is especially true in big cities […] The post Marriott and Starwood Hawaii appeared first on Jeffsetter Travel Blog.
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