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Acqualina Resort Offers On-Site COVID-19 Testing for Hotel Guests

The new COVID laboratory testing complements Acqualina’s extensive health and safety program, offering high hygiene standards and cleanliness throughout the hotel. The resort is one of only three Five-Star hotels globally with health safety accreditations from Sharecare and Forbes Travel Guide and the Global Biorisk Advisory Council.

To assure confidence, convenience and peace of mind for guests, Acqualina Resort & Residences, located in Miami’s Sunny Isles Beach, is now offering on-site COVID-19 testing through Spector Scientific Lab, LLC. The new COVID laboratory testing complements Acqualina’s extensive health and safety program, offering high hygiene standards and cleanliness throughout the hotel. The

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New wow-factors reported by LIV Sotheby’s annual resort report

During 2020, changing consumer behaviors had a major impact on the real estate market in the U.S. Homes had to be more than houses. With health, alternative working and learning conditions, and social distancing top-of-mind for homebuyers, the overall lifestyle that a particular property could offer, including bonus spaces, the community, and the location, was now the wow-factor that could make or break the sale.

For this reason, resort and vacation markets across the country, and specifically in Colorado, saw a surge in real estate activity in 2020, according to LIV Sotheby’s International Realty’s annual Resort Report. This report looks

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Tide turns on plans for North Korean ‘Ibiza’ beach resort

Wish you were here? Wonsan, a port city on the east coast of North Korea. - Teun Voeten
Wish you were here? Wonsan, a port city on the east coast of North Korea. – Teun Voeten

 

ITS tourism potential has been lauded by no less a real estate expert than Donald Trump, who praised its “great beaches”. But six years after it was first proposed as North Korea’s answer to Ibiza, work on the country’s first international tourist resort appears to have ground to a halt.

Backed personally by North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un, the Wonsan beach project was supposed to show a lighter side to the hermit state, with luxury hotels, a marina, and a sports complex.

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