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NEW YORK CITY-The city’s hotel market has gone from strength to strength in 2011, reaching a record 90,000 hotel rooms by year’s end, a 24% increase since 2006, according to new data from the Bloomberg administration. By early 2012, more than 7,000 rooms are in the pipeline that will add to the city’s booming hotel inventory, with 40% of new openings taking place in the outer-boroughs, a sign that tourists and visitors are seeking options outside Manhattan.

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