‘Horrified’ Loews Hotels Cancel GOP Sen. Josh Hawley Fundraiser After Capitol Siege

A luxury hotel company that was scheduled to host a February fundraising event for Republican Missouri Senator Josh Hawley instead announced Saturday it has canceled the event, citing deep opposition to those who allegedly supported and incited the riot at the U.S. Capitol last week.

Loews Hotels announced the cancellation plans as Hawley was set to hold a Valentine’s Day weekend re-election fundraiser at Loews Portofino Bay Hotel in Orlando, Florida.

The company’s statement on Saturday did not name any specific lawmakers as they expressed horror at both the deadly events and those who encouraged the violence.

“We are horrified

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Palm Beach hotels and restaurants heat up for 2021

Palm Beach is back.

While many of its top hotels and restaurants shuttered earlier this year due to the pandemic, and sell my house fast jacksonville most new openings were delayed, the famed Florida enclave is beginning to reawaken.

Vibrant new spots are joining refreshed favorites just in time to welcome guests for the winter season. Here are some of the more exciting new offerings to explore.


Opal Grand

Rendering of the Opal Grand

When it’s completed in December, this We buy houses Jacksonville stylish 277-room hotel (across from the ocean and near the shops and restaurants of Delray’s Atlantic Avenue) will be one

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Daytona Beach hotels near capacity for Thanksgiving weekend

Some Volusia County hotels and resorts are nearly booked up this Thanksgiving weekend as people head to Daytona Beach for the holiday weekend. 

The Hotel & Lodging Association of Volusia County said that some hotels in the area are doing well this Thanksgiving.

For example, Ocean Court Motel in Daytona Beach says it sold at least 80 percent of its rooms. The Hard Rock Hotel Daytona Beach is at 90

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Miami hotels expect busy Thanksgiving week

Miami hotels are expecting an influx of visitors this week that will bring their occupancy rates to the highest level since the COVID-19 pandemic torpedoed the tourism industry in March.

Traditionally Thanksgiving week has been a highlight for Miami-Dade hotels, as tourists escape from cooling temperatures elsewhere. This year, amid the pandemic, some hotels still expect to sell out thanks to an influx of visitors from the Northeast and Florida, despite a warning from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to avoid traveling for the holiday.

“We are excited,” said Cynthia Boyett, director of sales and marketing

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