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The Edamame Economy and the Rise of the Boutique Hotel

nytimes.com
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Continue reading the main story Continue reading the main story In the age of rail, luxury hotels mimicked European palaces. When rich people arrived at their destination, they wanted to be treated like nobility. Then in the age of the jet, a new sort of hotel emerged, sleek Hiltons and Sheratons. Continue Reading

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