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Hotel and Accommodation Industry

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  • Say Goodbye to Summer, 2014 With Labor Day Fun

    Say Goodbye to Summer, 2014 With Labor Day Fun
    The best way to toast the end of a long, hot summer is with a special family trip during the Labor Day weekend. It’s the perfect time to get serious about back-to-school mode, remember good times past and plan for all the good times yet to come....
  • Doctor charged with public indecency must notify court before staying in a hotel

    Doctor charged with public indecency must notify court before staying in a hotel
    A physician who is charged with public indecency was ordered today to notify the court before he is allowed to check into any hotels. Dr. Jeffrey Frank, of Lincolnshire, appeared at a brief Cook County court hearing today where the conditions of his...
  • Oak Park may look at allowing bars

    Oak Park may look at allowing bars
    A recent vote to expand morning sales of liquor on the weekends in Oak Park prompted one official to suggest a bigger change: allowing bars. The Oak Park Village Board this week expanded 9 a.m. weekend and holiday sales to include large hotels, brew...
  • Do all roads to Century City's future lead to more traffic?

    Do all roads to Century City's future lead to more traffic?
    Before developers could build Century City's first skyscraper, they had to scrape away vestiges of 20th Century Fox's back lot. Steel-jawed machines ripped apart Peyton Place and the village where Jennifer Jones portrayed a French peasant in 1943's "The...
  • Powerline Road plan offers new energy for corridor

    Powerline Road plan offers new energy for corridor
    The city is trying to work some magic on Powerline Road, a trick that would turn the street into a trendy spot to live, work, shop and dine — and make some of its less-desirable aspects disappear. The stretch of road from Oakland Park Boulevard...
  • Condos at Gulfstream? 21-story tower proposed

    Condos at Gulfstream? 21-story tower proposed
    A 21-story luxury condo tower may be coming to The Village at Gulfstream Park, making it the only pari-mutuel casino in South Florida with highrise housing. The owner of the gambling emporium that has transformed Hallandale Beach into a tourist...
  • State ethics board dismisses complaint against Fort Lauderdale commissioner

    The Florida Commission on Ethics has dismissed a complaint against Fort Lauderdale Commissioner Dean Trantalis, finding "no probable cause" to believe allegations he misused his position regarding a proposed beach development. Attorney Bill Scherer filed...
  • Atlanta-based InTown Suites buys 4 Hampton Roads hotels

    Atlanta-based InTown Suites buys 4 Hampton Roads hotels
    Atlanta-based InTown Suites Extended Stay Living bought four Savannah Suites-branded properties in Hampton Roads to double its presence in the market. The company is spending $17 million on the four extended-stay hotel properties at 11715 B Jefferson...
  • Woman leaves children unattended at hotel, deputies say

    Woman leaves children unattended at hotel, deputies say
    A woman left two of her children in the care of people she did not know and her three other children unattended at a Royal Palm Beach hotel, according to deputies. The Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office said it got a call about 1 a.m. Tuesday from a...
  • New Hyatt Place hotel proposed for downtown

    New Hyatt Place hotel proposed for downtown
    Plans for a new 205-room Hyatt Place hotel were filed with the Orlando city planning office, for the corner of South Street and Garland Avenue, next to the Ballroom at Church Street. The owner of the project is Boston-based Tremont Realty Capital, and...
  • New plan to move forward with Morikami Park hotel, other attractions

    New plan to move forward with Morikami Park hotel, other attractions
    Adding a long-sought hotel, expanding garden trails and building an "artisan's village" are among the changes potentially in store for Palm Beach County's Morikami Park. The County Commission last year authorized pursuing a hotel development deal for...