Will New York’s JFK airport ever get a revamped hotel? Report hints at obstacle

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    The New York Post on Sunday report that the old Ramada Plaza hotel, with nearly 500 rooms, is still sitting vacant near New York’s JFK airport because of a labor dispute involving wages. Why still? Because the hotel last checked in guests in December 2009, the Post says. The article says “protracted talks” between the group charged with revamping the property (New Castle Hotels & Resorts) and a union group has stalled the redevelopment of the 487-room hotel. The owner... Read More » The post Will New York’s JFK airport ever get a revamped hotel? Report hints at obstacle appeared first on Travel Update.

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