Room Service Ending at Largest NYC Hotel
New York City’s largest hotel — the New York Hilton Midtown — will discontinue room service to its 2,000 guest rooms this summer.
The news, reported by Crain’s New York Business, has more serious implications than the unfulfilled cravings of a late-night binge. When the hotel cuts room service from its list of amenities in August, it will also cut 55 jobs...
...Room service in New York City runs a pricey $57 on average, according to a recent study by TripAdvisor. And it’s not even the most expensive in the nation: that honor goes to Honolulu, followed by Las Vegas, coming in at $65 and $64, respectively.