Travelers looking to taste what the world has to offer can increasingly do it without leaving their hotels. Seeking to keep sophisticated patrons happy on-site, hotel dining has taken a turn toward the local, with hotel operators playing up native cuisines and easy access to small luxuries like coffee, wine and healthful offerings in a more casual and relaxed setting. For restaurant operators, that means both increased competition and more partnership opportunities. “We’ve ...

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