Monthly Archives: November 2021

Accommodation and catering revenue almost back to pre-COVID level

Download CSVShow data tableAccommodation and catering revenue (seasonally adjusted) Accommodation and catering revenue (seasonally adjusted) 2015 Quarter 1 97.07 2015 Quarter 2 99.49 2015 Trimester 3 100.33 2015 Quarter 4 102.77 2016 Quarter 1 103.61 2016 Quarter 2 104.18 2016 Trimester 3 108.19 2016 Quarter 4 108.31 2017 Quarter 1 …

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Airbnb lists rentals in Xinjiang on land owned by US-sanctioned organization: report

Airbnb offers rentals in Xinjiang on land owned by a US-sanctioned organization, according to an Axios survey. Axes found over a dozen rental properties to land owned by Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps (XPCC). The organization has been sanctioned by the Trump administration for what the United States describes as …

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City transfers Stony Point parking lots to mall owners at no cost

The Richmond Economic Development Authority transferred the parking lot it owned at Stony Point Fashion Park to the mall owners. (BizSense file) With future ownership of Stony Point Fashion Park on hold, the city’s Economic Development Authority has given up its real estate holdings around the Southside Mall. On November …

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City of Ithaca aims to limit short-term rentals with new legislation | Ithaca

ITHACA, NY – The City of Ithaca is working on legislation to address complaints arising from short-term rental properties. According to Bill Goodman, the city’s assistant supervisor, the process began a few years ago after the city began receiving calls from residents who were negatively affected by their neighbors making …

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Smoke alarms “must be installed in all rental housing” government mandates

THESE PEOPLE living in social housing will be safer in their homes under new rules that will require smoke detectors to be installed in all rented accommodation, Housing Minister Eddie Hughes said. The government’s announcement, made through the Department of Leveling, Housing and Communities, means housing providers will be required …

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Hanauma Bay’s online reservation system begins Dec. 1 for non-Hawaiian residents

Hanauma Bay. PC: City and County of Honolulu – Department of Parks and Recreation (file) Beginning Wednesday, December 1, the online reservation system (pros.hnl.info) will require payment by credit card to confirm reservations for non-Hawaiian residents ages 13 and older at Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve in Oʻahu. The City and …

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Reservation system will return to Rocky Mountain National Park in 2022

Rocky Mountain National Park will be reinstating its reservation system for a third summer as park officials begin to plan for managing the growing crowds for years to come. Representatives from Rocky spoke to Estes Park City Council on Tuesday, highlighting the success of this year’s timed entry system. Visitor …

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The owners of Elephante open the Tiki Bar in Venice

Daily Press Special Visitors to the newly opened Belles Beach House enjoy a bohemian surf-themed design with windows overlooking the iconic Venice Beach scene. Its tiki bar style is perfect for Windward Circle and its proximity to the square and the beach made it an instant hit. The spacious new …

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On-Site Operators Likely Required For Summerland Vacation Rentals New

It is becoming increasingly likely that an on-site owner or operator will be required to legally operate a short-term rental property in Summerland. Council voted this week at 5-2 to have staff include this provision in a draft of a regulatory scheme for short-term rentals that is expected to be …

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The intensification of purpose-built student accommodation in Cork is accelerating near UCC

PLANNING permission has been granted for another large student accommodation complex of around £30million and 243 beds at Cork City’s Victoria Cross, on a former garage site which has been sold for £4 .1 million euros. It comprises several blocks, including a ten-story one, facing UCC’s ongoing 255-bed Crow’s Nest …

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The plan to help bar owners and operators succeed

When operating a bar, there are many factors that require attention, time and money. Without a clear plan of action, it is easy to waste valuable resources. Luckily, Jason Williams, Creative Director at Proof & Company, has created a 20 pillar plan that can help bar owners and operators succeed. …

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Holiday Inn “Turns Down Family Seeking Emergency Accommodation After Leaving Dangerous Home”

Rhea Spence, 27, fiance Callum Armstrong, 29, and their three children, Skyla, six, Mila, five, and Monaia, two, were forced to leave their home for four days when numerous electrical problems were occurred in a new kitchen. Young Rochdale family say they were turned away from a Holiday Inn in …

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Some Airbnb Owners Eagerly Await Short-Term Rental Order New

Some Airbnb operators in Athens say they are eagerly awaiting legislation that will regulate the use of short-term rentals in Athens. Athens City Council is currently deliberating on a proposal to regulate short-term rentals, completing a hearing on Monday and conducting a first reading of the group of ordinances at …

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Ada SHS director calls on government to provide staff housing

Ada High School Principal (Adasco) Kojo Ayibor called on the government to provide housing for school staff to improve effective supervision of students on campus. The principal was speaking at the school’s 60th anniversary celebration. The headmaster expressed his concern that three housekeepers are currently housed in the boys’ dormitory …

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Review of the first season of “Reservation Dogs”

Photo: FX on Hulu November is National Native American Heritage Month. This year, as the Thanksgiving holidays draw near, I beg you to do yourself a favor and stuff your face with episodes of Dogs Reservation rather than turkey. Ahead of its release in August 2021, I explained why you …

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Ann Arbor owners set to reap big profits over Michigan-Ohio State weekend

ANN ARBOR – Online accommodation market Airbnb predicts real estate owners in Ann Arbor will see a significant influx of short-term rental income this weekend as fans descend on college town for the biggest soccer game in rivalry of the year: University of Michigan v Ohio State. The company released …

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Mom’s Siam Owners Prepare New Restaurant in Short Pump

The 6,500 square foot space at 11275 W. Broad St. in West Broad Village has been vacant since the Carolina Ale House sports bar closed in 2018. (Photo by Mike Platania) Short Pump receives a second serving from a family of prolific restaurateurs in the city. Sukanya Pala-art, who, along …

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ADASCO Director, Staff Appeal for Staff Accommodation

CCE Dfad DBDA Ace Ada (Adasco) secondary school principal Kojo Ayibor called on the government to provide housing for school staff to improve effective supervision of students on campus. The principal was speaking at the school’s 60th anniversary celebration. The headmaster expressed his concern that three housekeepers are currently housed …

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York Tourism Awards 2022: the city’s best pubs, restaurants, attractions and places to stay revealed

The finalists have been revealed ahead of the return of the “Northern Tourism Oscars” on March 3, 2022, with York’s top companies ready to go head-to-head. The event aims to showcase the excellence of York’s tourism sector and to recognize exceptional service, innovation, quality and resilience. Register now to our …

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Busting Thanksgiving Myths, Reservation Dog Composer and PFAS Update on NMiF: UNM Newsroom

This week on New Mexico in Focus, November is a month dedicated to the contributions of Native Americans. However, stereotypes, myths and misunderstanding of tribes are still part of public perception. Correspondent Antonia Gonzales talks with some members of the Indigenous community about how we can all celebrate Indigenous people …

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REOPENING OF MARATHON’S SUPERIOR CRUST PIZZA HONORS DELAYED OWNERS

One of Marathon’s flagship pizzerias has reopened after a short hiatus. And although her beloved owners Rigoberto and Raisa Gonzalez will no longer greet their loyal customers, their children Ricardo and Raisa Carolina promise that “nothing has changed”. Rigoberto and Raisa have been a staple in the community since 2001, …

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Pine Valley owners wonder if new short-term rental orders are unfair for some – St George News

La Maison Rouge, owned by the Smith family, Pine Valley, Utah, November 5, 2021 | Photo by David Dudley, St. George News ST. GEORGE – Pine Valley landlords are trying to understand the short-term rental ordinances passed by the Washington County Commission in early October. A short term rental home …

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Reservation Dogs Stars Devery Jacobs, Dallas Goldtooth Talk Comedy Series – The Hollywood Reporter

FX on Hulu Dogs Reservation could have the most exciting cast of breakout artists of the year. Featured in August, the grim, comedic tale follows four teenagers growing up on an Oklahoma reservation as they plow their way – through petty criminal follies, including hijacking a snack delivery truck and …

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Elsah’s historic home comes back to life with new owners | Home & Garden

The wooden ceiling in the dining room is original from the house. It is believed that the dining room was the original kitchen. After the couple moved in, plantation shutters were installed on most of the windows. Hillary Levin, post-expedition At the same time, the Forsee were planning to leave …

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Homeowner DIY Renovation Uses Recycled Bricks and Plastic to Create Low Environmental Impact Home | Blue Mountain Gazette

A once dark and confined house in Brunswick West, an inner Melbourne suburb, has been refurbished and transformed into a light and airy family home. The young owners bought the home in 2017, with the vision of creating a beautiful place where they could comfortably expand their families in the …

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Homeowner DIY Renovation Uses Recycled Bricks and Plastic to Create Low Environmental Impact Home | Canberra weather

lifestyle, lifestyle, DIY, Brunswick West, environmental impact, sustainability, DOOD Designers, Andrew Stapleton, home renovations, CERES Community Environment Park A once dark and confined house in Brunswick West, an inner Melbourne suburb, has been refurbished and transformed into a light and airy family home. The young owners bought the home in …

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Homeowner DIY Renovation Uses Recycled Bricks and Plastic to Create Low Environmental Impact Home | Review of northern beaches

A once dark and confined house in Brunswick West, an inner Melbourne suburb, has been refurbished and transformed into a light and airy family home. The young owners bought the home in 2017, with the vision of creating a beautiful place where they could comfortably expand their family in the …

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Accommodation Review: Cupitt’s Estate, Ulladulla, NSW

There are five pods and five more planned, all positioned at an angle to provide a modicum of privacy and a view of the bucolic surroundings. THE PLACE Keeping up with the myriad of accommodation concepts that surround the once-humble weekend getaway is no easy task these days. When is …

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Texas home’s chimney catches fire – what homeowners and the fire chief want you to know

AUSTIN (KXAN) – The Austin Fire Department has a warning when you increase your home’s heat sources in cold weather. AFD claims to have extinguished two fires in the past 24 hours. One after a radiator was too close to a fuel. The other – a surprise problem in an …

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Marriott International Partners with Amadeus for Central Reservations System

Marriott International announced a new partnership with Amadeus to access the technology and distribution company’s central reservations system. According to Phocuswire.com, Amadeus officials called the Marriott deal a “historic milestone” and said it builds on the company’s work with Intercontinental Hotels (IHG) since the launch of the partnership in 2015. …

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Resorters of the Year: Boyd Lodge owners in Crosslake take home award

“It really is an honor,” said Mike Schwieters by telephone on Monday, November 15. “It’s such a great organization of fellow resort colleagues that, honestly, it’s an honor to be a part of the group and to be recognized in this way.” To qualify for recognition, Resorters of the Year …

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Short Term Rentals, Social Media Leading to Dangerous Phoenix Area Teen Parties | CBS 5 investigation

SCOTTSDALE, AZ (3TV / CBS 5) – Police in the Phoenix area are responding to complaints about wild parties at short-term rental homes. And they’re seeing a dangerous trend with some of these events: teens are throwing parties and using social media to promote them. On August 28, Scottsdale Police …

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Snowmass officials have short-term rentals in mind

Skiers and snowboarders approach the Village Express chairlift on Saturday January 16, 2021, at the foot of the Snowmass ski area. Most of the short term rentals in the village are piste side condos similar to the ones pictured in the background here.Austin Colbert / The Snowmass Sun Snowmass Village …

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The best pet-friendly accommodation in New Zealand

Let’s face it, our furry friends are like family to us, after all, they’re not called “man’s best friend” for nothing. So it hurts us to have to leave them at home or with others while we fly away on vacation. It’s high time our four-legged friends took advantage of …

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Accommodation for every occasion at Tairāwhiti Gisborne

You are spoiled for choice with first-class accommodation options at Tairāwhiti Gisborne, whether you are looking for a patch of grass to park your caravan, an entertainment base for the whole family, or a luxurious abode overlooking the Pacific Ocean. For free camping Brook Sabin / Stuff The Tolaga Bay …

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“We could not have become factory owners if the country was not independent”

Matur Rahman: Where did you find the courage to create factories? It takes courage to initiate such an enterprise. Fazlur Rahman: To be honest, I didn’t have the courage. Pakistani businessmen spread white sheets, cushions and did their business. They had safes, telephones. I wonder why we can’t do business …

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Fannie and Freddie toughen rules on short-term rentals | Real estate report

(November 12, 2021) The two government-controlled mortgage giants, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, have taken action to tighten mortgage rules on buildings with many short-term rentals and hotel-style amenities. The move could make entire buildings ineligible for loans guaranteed by Fannie / Freddie, and has already caused some problems at …

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A guide to the best luxury accommodation in Launceston

Nestled in the scenic Tamar Valley, Launceston is the urban gateway to northern Tasmania. Though often overlooked in favor of its louder, taller southern sibling, Launceston’s striking heritage buildings and food scene are quietly drawing a whole new crowd to the northern Tasmanian city. There is no shortage of luxurious …

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Newcastle Inn owners plan to stay the course

The new owners and operators of the Newcastle Inn, married couple Liz and Carolyn Cooke, stand by the sign for the River Road establishment. The duo plan to keep the same things for the time being at the beloved bed and breakfast. (photo by Evan Houk) Newcastle Inn’s new owners, …

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Johnson County Homeowners Go Solar

The Grow Solar Linn + Johnson Counties solar group has added solar panels to 28 properties in Johnson County. Signs were added to 64 properties in the two counties. Homeowners in eastern Iowa have installed dozens of solar panels on their homes this year, with help from a local solar …

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Tom Reid’s Pub and other West Seventh owners sue town over nearby homeless settlement – Twin Cities

For months, a string of St. Paul homeowners along West Seventh Street have complained to the city that a drop-in center for the homeless has attracted drug use, prostitution, unruly behavior and even defecation in public. Business owners have now taken their cases to court, even as city council prepares …

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These are the best rentals of “the most beautiful vacation rentals in the world”

If you’ve seen “The World’s Most Beautiful Vacation Rentals” then you know these are some of the world’s best destinations. There are over millions of vacation rentals around the world, and Netflix’s “The World’s Most Beautiful Vacation Rentals” has brought us some of them. They come in different shapes and …

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Some Jefferson County Homeowners Unprepared for Higher Tax Bills | New

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – Some homeowners in Jefferson County are having sticker shock after opening their latest property tax bills. Approximately 120,000 properties in Jefferson County have received new values ​​for tax purposes. “My husband opened it; I thought he was going to have coronary artery disease,” said Marilyn Helvey, …

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City of Welland will allow short-term rentals

Council decides to allow short-term rentals, with regulations to be put in place early next year. The City of Welland has decided to allow short term rentals. Short-term rental is defined as accommodation rented for 28 days or less, but does not include a bed and breakfast, hotel / motel …

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Asylum seeker shares images of food and ‘catastrophic’ conditions in hotel accommodation

One asylum seeker described the food and conditions at a Liverpool hotel as “abysmal”. The man, who fled the humanitarian crisis in Yemen, shared footage of a meal given to him, which included a bruised apple, unidentifiable meat and portions of pasta. He also claimed that asylum seekers had been …

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What Airbnb Owners In St. Louis Want You To Know Before Vacation Bookings St. Louis News Headlines

ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) – Airbnb prohibits overnight stays for certain holidays from Wednesday evening. The one that might concern a lot of you right now is New Year’s Eve. It comes after issues with Airbnb customers escalated across the country. Saint-Louis has even seen its fair share. In May of …

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Local accommodation or vacation rentals? | Opinion

Your family members’ schedules finally line up, and you can plan a week-long vacation together. You’re hoping to find a place where you can all be together – not in separate hotel rooms that will likely end up on different floors. So you start looking on a website like Airbnb …

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The accommodation sector “surprised” and “perplexed” by the exclusion from the mandate of the Covid-19 vaccine

Accommodation executives say they can’t understand why the government has excluded it from a Covid-19 vaccine mandate that applies to the hospitality industry but not to accommodation. Last week, the government said vaccinations would be mandatory for staff at businesses where vaccination certificates were required for customers, including hotels, hairdressers …

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WeHo owners are now eligible for earthquake renovation incentives

Homeowners of single-family homes in the city of West Hollywood can now turn to aEarthquake reinforcement + bolt (EBB)incentive program developed by the California Residential Mitigation Program to help homeowners cover the cost of seismic renovations to their homes. Homeowners in zip codes 90046, 90048 and 90069 are eligible to …

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