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Here in the U.S., it’s not uncommon to find multiple W Hotels in the same area. There are two Ws in Los Angeles, two in Chicago and two in New York.

And then there’s South Florida, home to three properties: the W Miami, W South Beach and W Fort Lauderdale.

While it’s easy to distinguish a W from a St. Regis or Ritz-Carlton,

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People flock to Fort Myers Beach as season continues into summer months


FORT MYERS BEACH

After more than a year of staying in, people are flocking to Florida for vacation.

It’s expected tourism will pick up even more during the summer months, traditionally the slower season.

Right now, Fort Myers Beach is packed, leaving restaurants slammed and hotels booked.

Many businesses in Fort Myers Beach are hiring additional staff because they’re busier than they could have predicted.

It’s a Wednesday, but a look at the beach would leave you thinking it was the peak of season.

“I think this is a wonderful thing for local businesses,” said Melissa Schneider, marketing director

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Meyer Jabara Hotels Opens Cambria Fort Lauderdale

Danbury, Conn. – Meyer Jabara Hotels (MJH) announces that the Cambria® Hotel Fort Lauderdale Beach is now open. Owned by Jai and Jessica Motwani, president and CEO of real-estate development group Hotel Motel Inc., the 97-room hotel is located at 2231 N. Ocean Blvd. This is the 55th Cambria in the Choice Hotels International portfolio and the fourth Cambria Hotel managed by Meyer Jabara Hotels.

“It’s peak season in Florida and we are thrilled that this property is open and welcoming guests to Fort Lauderdale Beach,” said Meyer Jabara Hotels President Justin Jabara. “The South Florida hospitality market is seeing

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Fort Lauderdale ending program to house homeless in hotels this weekend

Shana Cartwright has been a calling the Rodeway Inn on State Road 84 home for the past two months.

Before that she had lived behind a McDonald’s and near the downtown public library in Fort Lauderdale, as a member of the city’s homeless population.

In May, in an effort to try stopping the spread of the new coronavirus, the city put up 72 people without homes in the Rodeway in Dania Beach and another area hotel. At the time, city leaders said it was inhumane for people to live on streets as a pandemic was gripping the world. But now

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