Wall Street Woes Hurting City Hotels

From Crain’s:

Despite the drop in business from Wall Street firms, New York hotel bookings are strong this summer. But hoteliers are worried that their industry will take a big hit next year if the economy worsens.

Local hotels’ key corporate account business has weakened considerably in 2008, with a 15%-25% reduction in bookings from Wall Street firms, notes Sean Hennessey, chief executive of Lodging Investment Advisors.

Wall Street Woes Hurting City Hotels