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Airport hotels have become more than a convenient pit stop

“In countries other than our own, the airport itself is a destination,” said Rick Garlick, global travel and hospitality practice leader at J.D. Power. “Americans focus on efficiency, and what drives the experience is what requires the least amount of time. In other countries, the airport experience is more than that.”

“We are increasingly witnessing the development of ‘airport cities,’ whereby airports are no longer simply transit hubs but shopping, leisure and business destinations in their own right, and our airport hotels are no different,” McAteer said.

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