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Marriott Testing New Workspace Booking Service in D.C., San Fran

January 29, 2013

Marriott has pretty much monopolized the mainstream business market as far as hotels are concerned. Now, it's launching a creative collaboration with hot new workspace booking app, LiquidSpace, that allows yuppies in greater metro areas the ability to reserve a specific lobby couch (not kidding) or conference room "just like a hotel room" -- to work, meet professionally with colleagues, or just kick back and chat about how cray cray Donna got at the office Christmas party last year.

More than 30 Marriott, Courtyard, and Renaissance hotels are currently participating in the service's beta stages. Most are located in D.C. and San Francisco, but a few are also serving as test sites in Atlanta, Houston, and

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