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Hotel and Accommodation Industry

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  • Travel money tips: Keep your credit card secure while traveling

    Vacation. It's supposed to be a time to kick back and relax, but if you're traveling, there can be a lot of stress, from finding the best deal when making the hotel reservations to getting to and waiting at the airport and even checking into your hotel....
  • Williamsburg hotel and conference center to become Ramada Inn

    Williamsburg hotel and conference center to become Ramada Inn
    Keys Hospitality LLC leased the entire 250-room Lexington George Washington Inn & Conference Center in Williamsburg, completed upgrades and is rebranding the hotel to be a Ramada Inn, Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer announced. The 160,734-square-foot...
  • Peru: Free night at Machu Picchu's cushy Belmond hotel

    Peru: Free night at Machu Picchu's cushy Belmond hotel
    Luxury brand Belmond offers a deal for summer travelers going to Peru: Stay three nights at one of its hotels and receive a free night at a sister site. That means you could visit Lima or Cuzco and then stay for free at the iconic Belmond Sanctuary...
  • Farmington's Cynthia Godfrey: Longtime Coach At Miss Porter's And Volunteer

    Farmington's Cynthia Godfrey: Longtime Coach At Miss Porter's And Volunteer
    FARMINGTON — Cynthia Burbank Godfrey, a longtime coach at Miss Porter's School, who helped create the Alison Gill Lodge shelter for young women, died on June 25. She was 76. Cynthia Godfrey was born in 1937 and grew up in Boston. Her husband...
  • Low-income housing fund teams with developer on subsidized rentals

    Low-income housing fund teams with developer on subsidized rentals
    A Chicago developer that has been among the most active firms behind the conversion of dilapidated, very-low-income housing into market-rate apartments is teaming with the city to offer more than four dozen subsidized units to Chicagoans who make no...
  • As Atlantic City's fortunes fade, casino workers fear bleak future

    ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — After 19 years working as a cook at Atlantic City's Showboat Casino, Dave Rose is counting the weeks until he and about 2,000 fellow workers lose their jobs when the casino is shuttered at the end of the summer. The Showboat...
  • Clean the World becomes Florida 'B' Corporation

    Clean the World becomes Florida 'B' Corporation
    Orlando-based Clean the World Management Inc. has become the state’s first “benefit corporation,” a hybrid between a non-profit and for-profit company Benefit corporations, or ‘B’ corporations, are a recent development in...
  • L.A. activists plan $15-minimum-wage ballot measure

    A coalition of activists is pushing Los Angeles to follow in the footsteps of Seattle and boost its minimum wage across the city, drafting a ballot measure that would hike the hourly base to $15. California's minimum wage recently rose to $9 an hour and...
  • Go Away With ... Tom Ellis

    Go Away With ... Tom Ellis
    Born in Wales, Tom Ellis made a name for himself in the BBC soap opera "EastEnders." The actor, 35, now stars as Dr. William Rush in the USA Network's new medical drama, "Rush." He calls London home, but is currently based out of Vancouver shooting his...
  • Deceptions du jour for the summer

    Deceptions du jour for the summer
    Ten years ago, I compiled a list of some of the travel industry's false and misleading pricing techniques, using the metaphor of a man who observed various promotions as he walked along a city street. First, he saw an appliance dealer featuring a "side-...
  • Commentary: Motels should clean up their acts or leave town

    Costa Mesa is paying the price of poorly run businesses that have become crime centers. The so-called problem motels hurt their neighbors, both business and residential, and are costly to all of the city's residents. They decrease property values, raise...