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Hotel and Accommodation Industry

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  • New tavern opens in Crowne Plaza

    New tavern opens in Crowne Plaza
    A new Costa Mesa restaurant aiming for a classic American tavern feel with a modern twist held its grand opening Thursday afternoon. Fireside is located inside the Crowne Plaza hotel on Bristol Street and across the freeway from South Coast Plaza. Its...
  • Peru: Bird-watching in the Amazon, Machu Picchu

    Peru: Bird-watching in the Amazon, Machu Picchu
    Birds of a feather do flock together in Peru, which boasts more than 1,800 avian species, so Inkaterra Hotels is focusing on these exotic creatures by offering bird-watching experiences at two of its in-country properties. TheĀ  four-day, three-night...
  • Trek through options to find suitable travel rewards cards

    Travel rewards cards can help you earn free plane tickets and hotel stays — perks that would appeal to any young traveler on a shoestring budget. And today, big bonuses for people who sign up for a card for the first time are making the rewards even...
  • To successfully launch a brand, goals, operations must be aligned

    To successfully launch a brand, goals, operations must be aligned
    Who: John D Bradway, 42, was recently named director of marketing at Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa, a 309-room luxury resort in Manalapan. Why the career move: This is a newly created position that gave me the opportunity to build my own team and to...
  • 5 San Francisco police officers face drug, fraud and theft charges

    5 San Francisco police officers face drug, fraud and theft charges
    Five San Francisco police officers are expected to appear in court Friday to faces fraud and theft charges. A federal grand jury has indicted the officers and a former city policeman in two separate cases, one involving the theft of drugs and...
  • At Cross Keys, Scoozi succeeds with good service

    At Cross Keys, Scoozi succeeds with good service
    If Scoozi, the new contemporary Italian restaurant in the Village of Cross Keys, doesn't rise to the level of destination dining, it does provide Baltimore diners a pleasant alternative. The restaurant opened in December in the space at the Radisson...
  • TV Review: A&E's 'Those Who Kill,' 'Bates Motel'

    Thanks to Chloe Sevigny's interesting resume, her presence raised hopes that A&E's latest stab at (overtly) scripted programming, "Those Who Kill," might be more than just another serial-killer procedural -- "Criminal Minds XXVII," as it were. Alas, no...
  • Jury: Lawyer guilty of sex assault in Gold Coast hotel

    Jury: Lawyer guilty of sex assault in Gold Coast hotel
    A Cook County jury convicted a Chicago attorney of sex assault and sex abuse charges Friday night in connection with an attack on a woman in her Gold Coast hotel room in 2012. Prosecutors alleged that Anthony Bergamino Jr. had covered his hands with lip...
  • Man sentenced in motel room explosion

    A Fountain Valley man was sentenced to 33 years to life in state prison for causing an explosion that started a fire in a motel room, according to authorities. Thanh Van Quang, 39, was also ordered to pay more than $177,000 in restitution, according to a...
  • Women's workplace struggles could someday be her dissertation

    Women's workplace struggles could someday be her dissertation
    Cathy Youngblood leaves home at 5 a.m., walks a mile in the dark and catches a Blue Line train at the Watts station. She transfers to the Red Line downtown, then boards a bus at Sunset and Vermont and gets to West Hollywood at 6:45, ready for her job as a...
  • In a withered desert town, he envisions an otherworldly hotel

    In a withered desert town, he envisions an otherworldly hotel
    BAKER, Calif. — On the aging main drag here just off the route to Las Vegas, Luis Ramallo ticks off the worn buildings of Baker Boulevard by what they used to be. There's the old IHOP and the Starbucks. The Chinese restaurant with broken windows...