Spring break alcohol restrictions approved for South Beach

Spring breakers expecting to party in South Beach until the crack of dawn will be forced to stop drinking at 2 a.m. for two weeks in March under a new alcohol ban that will be in effect for the city’s most popular nightlife areas.

Between March 7 and March 21, the sale and consumption of alcohol will be prohibited after 2 a.m. in South Beach’s world-famous entertainment district after city commissioners voted Wednesday to roll back the current 5 a.m. cut-off time for booze sales in place throughout much of the city. The change applies to all businesses south of

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Virginia Beach hotel booking rates for spring break on the rise

Virginia Beach hotel leaders are hoping that booking rates will return to pre-pandemic levels.

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. — Hotel leaders in Virginia Beach are optimistically forecasting a strong, bounce-back spring break season for 2022 after a pandemic-related downturn.

“A lot of optimism, we tend to be forever optimists,” said John Zirkle, the president of the Virginia Beach Hotel Association (VBHA). “Omicron seems to be fading and we don’t have the restrictions in place we’ve had before.”

The VBHA is a representative trade association made up of dozens of hotels across the city, the majority of which are at the city’s

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Hotels excited for Memorial Day crowds as Miami Beach hopes to avoid spring break woes

After playing host to a chaotic spring break, Miami Beach is once again bracing for large crowds as Memorial Day Weekend approaches, with hoteliers optimistic about a spike in business even as the mayor promises to crack down on misbehavior.

Just like during spring break, cops will work on 12-hour rotating shifts during the long party weekend beginning May 27, call in reinforcements from outside agencies and set up a traffic loop in South Beach to limit overcrowding. About 200 civilian ambassadors from Miami-Dade County will educate visitors about city rules and work with police to de-escalate situations.

There will

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