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The Grand Hyatt New York Has A New $25 Destination Fee

Yesterday I wrote about how the Sheraton New York Times Square and St. Regis New York have added daily "destination charges," of $25 and $50, respectively. Those aren't even all the Starwood properties in New York that have new destination charges, as several other properties have added them as well. This is obviously a money-grab from hotels that's intended to mimic resort fees that are in place at some resorts.
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