Barnett on Business Travel for 1990
August 12: BALLY'S PICKS WRONG GROUP TO PROVIDE WITH POOR SERVICE
The world capital of glitz, greed and good times recently made a pass at the travel chieftains of corporate America and rolled snake eyes. But Las Vegas' flaws, exposed at the Bally's during a convention of business-travel executives, are faw outweighed by the quality of new hotels and services aimed at the frequent flying elite.
August 5: AFTER THE EARTHQUAKE: BARGAINS IN SAN FRANCISCO
Months after Mother Nature violently shook the San Francisco Bay area, hoteliers are still offering discounts up to 50 percent to win back business travelers and tourists. With demand down, new hotels opening and restaurants starved for patrons, this bite-size city has thrown open her golden gates this summer and travelers can pocket some terrific bargains even with little advance planning.
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