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Hotel and Accommodation Industry

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  • After a rocky few days, Sochi lurches toward functionality

    After a rocky few days, Sochi lurches toward functionality
    SOCHI, Russia — It was 2:30 a.m. and the stranger on the other side of the door wanted into my hotel room. "How many cards do you have?" he kept asking in broken English. The lock rattled and eventfully broke. Still hazy from sleep, I did all...
  • Weekend Escape: Giving Flagstaff the old college try

    Weekend Escape: Giving Flagstaff the old college try
    If you're 25 or younger, you'll enjoy downtown Flagstaff, Ariz., walking distance to Northern Arizona University. The area is populated with people your age, an independent bookstore, an independent record store, restaurants and plenty of watering holes...
  • Planning your trip to Belize

    Planning your trip to Belize
    If you go THE BEST WAY TO BELIZE From LAX, Delta offers nonstop service to Belize City, and United, American, Delta and TACA offer connecting service (change of plane). Restricted round-trip airfares begin at $631, including taxes and fees. Hotel...
  • A magical world at Francis Ford Coppola's luxe resorts in Belize

     A magical world at Francis Ford Coppola's luxe resorts in Belize
    MOUNTAIN PINE RIDGE FOREST RESERVE, Belize — As Hummingbird Highway carves away from Belize's resort-laden sands, pavement dissolves into rutted dirt tracks and the dense jungle canopy starts to press in from all sides. The tallest buildings pushing...
  • Costa Mesa enacts ordinance to fine motels that regularly call police

    Costa Mesa enacts ordinance to fine motels that regularly call police
    Costa Mesa motel owners will be fined $360 if they call for an "excessive" amount of police attention, under an ordinance approved Tuesday by the City Council. The new law aims to recover costs from motel and hotel operators who, council members have...
  • Valentine's Day: $100,000 luxe hotel stays that scream 'I love you'

    Valentine's Day: $100,000 luxe hotel stays that scream 'I love you'
    If you can't put a price on love, then why not spend a ridiculous amount of money for an over-the-top Valentine's Day hotel package? With these Southern California and New York City picks, $10,000 doesn't even get you in the game. Don't worry about taking...
  • Syria peace conference negotiators arrive in Switzerland

    Syria peace conference negotiators arrive in Switzerland
    MONTREUX, Switzerland – This fashionable lakeside city, known for its annual jazz festival, chic shops and tranquil alpine vistas, was abuzz Tuesday with eleventh-hour preparations for a long-anticipated international gathering aimed at halting...
  • In Northern Spain, linger in La Rioja

    In Northern Spain, linger in La Rioja
    HARO, Spain — Given the hours spent oozing along roads in L.A., you’d think my ideal vacation would not include driving. Zooming around the Arc de Triomphe in Paris? Dodging Fiats and Ferraris in Rome? Not for me. But tooling down...
  • Garcetti joins call to give $15 minimum wage to some hotel workers

    Garcetti joins call to give $15 minimum wage to some hotel workers
    Mayor Eric Garcetti has joined the ranks of supporters of a sharp rise in the minimum wage for workers at large hotels in Los Angeles. Several members of the City Council are preparing to release a formal proposal that large hotels pay their workers...
  • Reader recommendation: Bancroft Hotel near UC Berkeley hits the spot

    The Bancroft Hotel has a great location across the street from UC Berkeley. It's a registered historical landmark but has been modernized and utilizes all organic linens and products and is certified as an environmentally green business. There is...
  • Making Pasadena's Colorado Boulevard a haven for pedestrians

    Making Pasadena's Colorado Boulevard a haven for pedestrians
    From the very beginning, Colorado Boulevard was all about the car. Pasadena residents so loved their Ford Model Ts that in 1915 the city was said to have the highest rate of automobile ownership in the world. Colorado was a leg in the famed Route 66 and...