Sharita J. Wilson

Hotels Target Remote Work And Learning

A continued slump in business travel and reticence to travel for leisure in many areas of the country due to the Covid-19 pandemic have pushed hoteliers to think outside of the box. School and work demands soldier on, even if from home, giving hotels new opportunity for potential business in the form of “work-from-hotel” or “school-from-hotel” stays.

Productivity and concentration levels can suffer with home-life distractions. Hotels are working hard to develop intriguing packages

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These Miami luxury hotels, restaurants and spas made the 2021 Forbes Five-Star list

Forbes has verified luxury once again, and that’s good news for some hotels, restaurants and spas in or near Miami.

The 2021 Forbes Travel Guide Star Award Winners are out, and the usual suspects are back on the list. The six Five-Star Miami hotels that earned Five-Star honors in 2020 earned them again in 2021, including Acqualina Resort & Residences, which was just ranked one of the best resorts in the country by U.S. News & World Report.

The 2021 Four-Star lists are mostly the same as 2020, with the notable exception of Le Sirenuse from the Four-Star restaurant

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Police: 3 arrested in connection with nearly $111,500 in vandalism damages, theft at 2 Virginia Beach hotels

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (WAVY) — Police say three people were arrested Sunday in connection with two incidents of vandalism and thefts at Virginia Beach resort hotels totaling nearly $111,500.

Virginia Beach Police arrested 19-year-old Tyler John Hines and 18-year-old Bradley Marconi Meyers of Virginia Beach, and a male juvenile teenager.

Police say the Wyndham Virginia Beach Oceanfront located at 5700 Atlantic Avenue was broken into on January 23 during the overnight hours.

Multiple areas of the hotel were vandalized, causing about $10,000

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Woman charged in Capitol riot asks judge to let her take vacation in Mexico

A Texas woman charged in connection with the Capitol insurrection has asked a federal judge to let her travel to Mexico for a “work-related bonding retreat,” according to court records.



a person wearing a blue hat: Jenny Cudd, seen in this Facebook video, has been charged in connection with the US Capitol Hill riot and insurrection.


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Jenny Cudd, seen in this Facebook video, has been charged in connection with the US Capitol Hill riot and insurrection.

Jenny Cudd, a flower shop owner and unsuccessful mayoral candidate from Midland, wrote to a federal judge on Monday asking for permission to visit Riviera Maya, Mexico, for a four-day retreat this month. The court docket for her case doesn’t yet show a response from the judge.

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