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Infamous Cecil Hotel in Downtown LA Could Provide Housing for Homeless – NBC Los Angeles

What to Know The hotel, a historic building which has attracted public fascination for its sordid past, was converted into an affordable housing complex last December, but six months later, just 73 of the 600 available units are occupied. The facility, which was acquired by Simon Baron Development and is operated by the Skid Row …

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Hotels Redesign for Family Needs by Building More Spacious Suites

Skift Take Bigger rooms and kid-friendly accommodations yield longer stays — but come at a higher cost for those booking them, and for hotel operations teams. Carley Thornell, Skift Ask any parent about a family getaway in a double room, and they’re bound to tell you that it’s often double the trouble. “Why would I …

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The Most Important Challenges Faced by the Hotel Industry

One of the most affected industries drastically changed by the COVID-19 pandemic is the hospitality industry. While the lifting of restrictions has helped the industry bounce back in some ways, there are still some issues to overcome. But technology just might be the answer to ensuring a quicker solution. In the first episode of Be …

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The World’s First Space Hotel Is Opening Soon & Here’s What To Know About It

The race to make humans a multi-planetary species has been ongoing for more than a hundred years now. With rockets being fired into the moon almost daily, humans have continued to make progress on this quest of occupying places beyond the earth. With a space hotel now preparing to open in space, one can say …

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Development group eyes timetable on possible Antlers hotel transformation in Colorado Springs | Subscriber-Only Content

A Denver-area development group says it expects to know within 30 days whether it will seek to proceed with its proposal to transform the historic Antlers hotel in downtown Colorado Springs into apartments. Although the 273-room Antlers remains a prominent downtown property, its promenade area on the hotel’s east side near Cascade and Pikes Peak …

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Coastal Commission widens scope of Hotel Laguna beach club probe

Visitors enjoying Main Beach and surf as seen from Laguna Beach Club on June 22, 2022. Photo by Daniel Langhorne The California Coastal Commission expanded the scope of its Laguna Beach Club probe to include unoccupied beach chairs and umbrellas staged for guests, state officials wrote in a letter Wednesday. Signs placed on the sand …

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What the Numbers Say About the World Hotel Industry’s Ongoing Recovery

Despite financial concerns, the global hotel industry continues to thrive. Prices and occupancy have risen worldwide even as consumer costs continue to increase. The latest HotStats research found that the industry was producing solid numbers. Occupancy rates were up in Europe; the US is approaching pre-pandemic levels, and China is showing signs of life. ADVERTISING …

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The Whig leaving Columbia Main Street space amid hotel plans

The Whig’s decor is unusual, with a saber-toothed tiger skull and taxidermied animals mounted on the wall. FILE/THE STATE For nearly two decades, residents and visitors in Columbia have been descending the stairs at the corner of Main and Gervais streets and popping into the darkened, cozy dive bar The Whig for drinks and food. …

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