Picture this: A neon hotel sign with a flashing arrow directs you to a low-rise building where the walls are paper thin and the windows rattle every time a plane roars by overhead. No room service, a swimming pool if you're lucky, one or two rooms that could be pressed into service for a meeting if necessary. Typical airport hotel, right? Wrong! As planners who have recently used airport hotels will attest, today's airport properties can match their downtown peers feature for feature. And ...

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