Washington state hotels get more accommodating as travel declines

07/8/2009 | Seattle Times, The

Hotels around Washington state are making adjustments, from lowering menu prices to accommodating pets and last-minute reservations, in order to help boost business during a slow season. Travel-related spending in the state dropped slightly to $15.7 billion last year after years of growth, and the number of international travelers arriving at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport declined 13% through May, compared to the same period a year earlier.

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