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Hotel and Accommodation Industry

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  • Ex-cops lead O.C. volunteers in rescuing prostitutes

    Ex-cops lead O.C. volunteers in rescuing prostitutes
    The stocky man with a goatee walks across the darkened parking lot of the motel and bangs on the door to Room 156. Greg Reese rehearses his lines. The door opens. The girl inside is wearing black lingerie and looks like she did in the online ad that...
  • Motel scrutiny turns to Alibaba

    Motel scrutiny turns to Alibaba
    Fourth story in an occasional series about Costa Mesa's troubled motels. In its courtyard, the Alibaba Motel has a hanging garden to match its vague theme, which includes a giant, golden-domed facade with turrets and arches. Costa Mesa police Sgt. Vic...
  • Come right in, experience motel living

    Come right in, experience motel living
    Not everyone in Newport Beach lives in luxury. A temporary art installation at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church in the city shows how far from it some people live, crammed inside small motel rooms throughout Orange County. The exhibit, which ends...
  • Newport Beach police took hotel freebies for favors, lawsuit claims

    Newport Beach police took hotel freebies for favors, lawsuit claims
    A former parking control officer said he was fired from the Newport Beach Police Department for reporting that senior officers were receiving free suites, spa days and alcohol from a high-end hotel in exchange for favors, according to a federal lawsuit....
  • Commentary: Motor Inn is trying to do the right thing

    The Costa Mesa Affordable Housing Coalition has been following the Daily Pilot's coverage of our city's motels with great interest. As mentioned in the articles, some motels have served for years as the only affordable long-term housing for many very low-...
  • Newport says rah-rah to football

    Newport says rah-rah to football
    Step aside, sailing aficionados. The football fans are coming to Newport Beach. Restaurant and hotel managers throughout the city are joining in preparation for the 2014 Bowl Championship Series game Jan. 6. Although the game will be played at the...
  • Presidential Suite dethroned

    Presidential Suite dethroned
    Views from the Presidential Suite at the Island Hotel, experienced in the past by a host of famous guests, can soon be had by anyone willing to pay $65. The former suite on the top floor of the Newport Beach hotel has been repurposed as the Island...
  • Hotel to be rebranded under Irvine Co. management

    Hotel to be rebranded under Irvine Co. management
    The Irvine Co.'s Resort Properties division is assuming management of the Hyatt Regency Irvine as the group continues to expand. The Newport Beach-based Irvine Co. has reached an agreement with Hyatt Hotels Corp. to take over management and rebrand...
  • Alibaba Motel fined for 54 building code violations

    Alibaba Motel fined for 54 building code violations
    A Costa Mesa motel has been fined more than $3,000 for alleged problems found during a recent code enforcement inspection. The Alibaba Motel, 2250 Newport Blvd., received 54 building code violations that include illegal remodeling, improper cleanup of...
  • Planners to tackle 'problem' motels

    The Costa Mesa Planning Commission will begin examining a series of measures Monday aimed at addressing problematic motels in the city. The five-member commission won't take any specific action during its 6 p.m. meeting at City Hall but will receive a...
  • Planning Commission explores problem motels

    The Costa Mesa Planning Commission on Monday heard about upcoming plans to tackle problematic motels in the city. The five commissioners also asked questions of city staff and requested further information as the problems often associated with the...
  • Problem motels could be charged for excessive police calls

    Costa Mesa city officials are considering charging problem motels per police call if they require an excessive amount of attention from law enforcement. The City Council will discuss that possibility at its Tuesday night meeting and could direct staff...