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Hotel and Accommodation Industry

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  • READER SUBMITTED: Sheraton Hartford Hotel Appoints Shane Arnold As Executive Chef

    Shane Arnold has been appointed as the executive chef for the 237-room Sheraton Hartford Hotel at Bradley Airport in Windsor Locks. As executive chef, Arnold's responsibilities include menu creation and management of all food departments throughout the...
  • Beatles slept at Seattle's Edgewater Hotel 50 years ago; so can you

    Beatles slept at Seattle's Edgewater Hotel 50 years ago; so can you
    In 1964, the Beatles arrived in Seattle on Aug. 21 to play the Seattle Coliseum. Most hotels wouldn't house the moptops because they couldn't protect them from their ever-present hysterial fans, but the Edgewater Hotel did.  Half a century on, the...
  • Thefts from locked cars parked at hotels investigated

    Police in Upper Macungie Township are investigating reports of thefts from vehicles parked at two motels in Fogelsville on Monday. Police said they received reports from at least four people whose vehicles were parked at the Comfort Inn Lehigh Valley...
  • Evicted by deadly Barclay Hotel fire

     
    March 16, 1972: Leo Altoonian, 85, waits in lobby of fire damaged Barclay Hotel for his turn to get belongings out of his room. He is moving over to the Clark Hotel....
  • From pink dolphins to eco lodges, Brazil hopes World Cup will boosts tourism

    LAKE ACAJATUBA, Brazil The lancha rapida speeds through a narrow channel a shortcut in the flooded jungle en route to a floating attraction where guests can touch the velvety skin of pink dolphins. Clapboard stilt homes with acai palms in their yards,...
  • Why the rush to raise L.A. hotel workers' wages?

    Why the rush to raise L.A. hotel workers' wages?
    Despite promises to conduct a thorough study of a proposal to set a $15.37 minimum wage for hotel workers, some City Council members recently appeared intent on rushing the issue based on a superficial, inconclusive analysis. What's the hurry? In...
  • L.A. to make tax revenue deal with downtown hotel developer

    The Los Angeles City Council moved forward Tuesday with plans to allow a real estate developer to keep $39.2 million in taxes expected over 25 years from a downtown hotel and residential project planned next to the 110 Freeway. The council voted 11 to 0...
  • Hump Day Deals: 4th of July savings

    Hump Day Deals: 4th of July savings
    Looking for July 4th deals? Check out these holiday savings: Deals from RetailMeNot SmartBargains.com: Shop this 72-hour blowout sale to get up to 95% off sunglasses, bedding, jewelry, handbags and lots more. (Expiring July 3) Walmart: Get up to 69%...
  • Newport News hoteliers seek delay in new room fee

    Newport News hoteliers seek delay in new room fee
    Financial hardships and a slew of hotel foreclosure auctions have some Newport News hotel operators, and the president of the state's hospitality advocacy arm, seeking a delay in the city's implementation of the new room fee. In a letter submitted to...
  • Sport Chalet sold to Vestis Retail Group

    Sport Chalet sold to Vestis Retail Group
    Sporting goods retailer Sport Chalet Inc., which was founded in La Cañada Flintridge more than 50 years ago, was sold to an East Coast company that will use the purchase to create one of the nation's largest sporting goods chains. Connecticut-based...
  • Vertigo

    The Millennium Biltmore Hotel in downtown Los Angeles is famous for its many, many appearances in film and television over the years, yet there are still pockets of the hotel that remain unphotographed. The hotel is rife with interesting scenes and...