From piles of poop to beds full of cole slaw, you can't make this shit up.
Perhaps there is still some magic left in politics after all.
How much would you tip robot hospitality?
Hospitality giant Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide is planning to open 150 more Sheratons, including the new "premier tier" variety, Sheraton Grand, in the hopes of luring more visitors to the struggling brand.
The hospitality chain's mobile app now operates as a kind of digital concierge. For when dialing zero for reception just seems too arduous.
Only one of America's four largest hotel operators has ever mentioned the word "Airbnb" on an earnings call. And none of them have listed it as a competitor in New York, where all are struggling.
The fastest-growing segment of the hotel industry offers limited amenities and lower prices. Younger people and business travelers are flocking to them.
The hospitality giant is courting the youth vote with its new Tribute Portfolio brand of independent, "upper upscale" hotels. And thanks to a new advertising deal, you'll probably see plenty of it in your Instagram feed.
A bunch of conferences, the Kentucky Derby, and the "once in a century" fight means the Las Vegas Strip is almost entirely booked out. And prices for the few rooms left are astronomical.
It's hard to keep up with everything that comes out, but you should try — or revisit — these records.
Protip: Down, Down, X Back, Forward, Triangle, Forward, X takes your opponent's jacket to the coat room and offers him a warm beverage. (David Soames via The DW.)