Airport Hotels Up Their Ante
Airport hotels are luring road warriors in droves.
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In the old days, when jets were narrow-bodied and Wi-Fi wasn't yet part of the lexicon, airport hotels were lackluster, often Spartan places travelers booked as a last resort--either because of an unscheduled layover, a tight budget or an unavailability of rooms anywhere better, like downtown.
That's all changed. Many airport hotels claim four or five stars, and amenities such as golf courses, full-service spas and decent restaurants can be plentiful.
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