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Enjoying breakfast in bed at New York City’s largest hotel will soon require you to head to the lobby for grab-n-go items, as traditional room service comes to an end.
This summer, the 2,000-room New York Hilton Midtown will discontinue room service. If guests want a bite to eat, they can go to the hotel’s gourmet self-service Herb n’ Kitchen outlet.
The move comes as Hilton and other major chains expand casual dining options to meet changing traveler demands, and help offset decreasing in-room dining requests.
More than 50 jobs may be eliminated at the landmark hotel on 6th Avenue between West 53rd and 54th streets.
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