Hospitality Pulse: Hotel and Resort Industry News for Oct. 26, 2015
View the latest industry news and notes for Monday, Oct. 26.
Resort Cities Largely Spared Patricia's Wrath
Hurricane Patricia prompted evacuations before making landfall in Mexico as a record-breaking Category 5 storm Friday. Fortunately, popular tourist destinations along Mexico's Pacific Coast were spared Patricia's worst for the most part...Read more from Reuters.
CitizenM Offering Free Rooms for New Year's Eve
CitizenM Hotels is giving away 500 free rooms for Dec. 31 at its hotels in New York, London, Glasgow, Amsterdam and Rotterdam. To take advantage, travelers have to register by Oct. 29 and book Oct. 30...Read more from Conde Nast.
Keystone Resort to Kick Off Colorado Ski Season
Colorado's Keystone Resort will be the first of the state's four major ski resorts to open this season. All four resorts have already been blanketed with several inches of snow, and Keystone is scheduled to open Nov. 6...Read more from Vail Resorts.
Group Accused of Running Meth Lab in Hotel
Three men have been arrested in connection with an alleged methamphetamine lab operation inside a hotel room at the Sonesta ES Suites in Burlington, Vermont...Read more from the Boston Globe.
Zostel Hospitality Eyes Expansion
Zostel Hospitality plans to launch as many as 14 new branded hostels, focusing first on Southeast Asia and Europe...Read more from the Economic Times.
Florida Resort Offers Extended Resident Rates
The Delray Sands Resort is offering extended Florida resident rates this fall. Starting at $128 per night, guests can book the resort's updated pool-view room with direct beach access...Read more from the Palm Beach Post.
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