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Marriott Hotels Ban Smoking In Rooms July 20, 2006

Posted by tkcollier in Business, Life.
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Marriott Hotels Ban Smoking In Rooms
Two decades ago, about half the company’s rooms were set aside for smokers, but demand has steadily dropped, with only 5 percent of customers now requesting smoking rooms. At the same time, complaints about cigarette odor have increased, and company officials have struggled to address the issue.

Marriott, which will enforce its ban by charging violators $200 to $300, follows that of the Westin Hotels & Resorts chain, which late last year announced it was making all 77 of its properties smoke-free

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