Hyatt, Hilton Lose Energy Surcharge

Meeting planners no longer have to worry about their attendees being zapped with an energy surcharge from your host hotel—if your hotel happens to be a Hilton or Hyatt, that is. The surcharge was instituted in some areas earlier this year to offset the rising energy costs that were draining hotels, some of which were already taking a hit from the slowed economy. Hyatt, which lead the pack by dropping the surcharge in July, said in a statement that the decision "was based on apparent stabilizi

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