Related tags: Hotel, Fine dining, Restaurant, Chefs function sanitize_gpt_value2(gptValue) { var vOut=”"; var aTags = gptValue.split(‘,’); var reg = new RegExp(‘\W+’, “g”); for (var i=0; i < aTags.length; i++) { vOut += aTags[i].trim().replace(reg, '-').substring(0,40); if(i!=(aTags.length-1)) vOut +=', '; } vOut = vOut.toLowerCase(); return vOut; } $(document).ready(function() { dataLayerNews = {}; dataLayerNews.related_tags = sanitize_gpt_value2("Hotel, Fine dining, Restaurant, Chefs"); dataLayer.push(dataLayerNews); }); The pill-shaped red lift that runs up the side of The Standard, London goes through a bathroom in one of the hotel’s suites, potentially giving its passengers an eyeful as they speed to its upper levels. It’s a typically salacious statement for The Standard, the trendy US hotel chain that has courted headlines at its stateside properties with loos that are clearly visible from street level, exhibitionism-encouraging floor-to-ceiling windows in rooms and – most infamously – a four-seater toilet cubicle. The Standard is positioned as a hotel brand that likes to be a bit naughty (no Gideon...