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Hotel and Accommodation Industry

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  • 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...
  • 'Problem' motels drain resources

    'Problem' motels drain resources
    First story in an occasional series about Costa Mesa's troubled motels. The letter was a desperate plea to the police chief. The owner of a Harbor Boulevard motel admitted his business attracted less-than-reputable guests. "Under such difficult...
  • Motel operators: 'We need to make our living'

    Motel operators: 'We need to make our living'
    Second story in an occasional series about Costa Mesa's troubled motels. On a typical weekend evening at the Costa Mesa Motor Inn, kids scamper through the labyrinthine courtyard as pairs of neighbors lean on walkway railings, smoking and chatting in...
  • Resort at Pelican Hill gets top recognition

    The Resort at Pelican Hill is one of the 500 best hotels in the world, according to Andrew Harper's Hideaway Report. Pelican Hill in Newport Coast was described as "an exceptional hotel/resort of great individuality and distinction" in Andrew Harper's...
  • Thursday's Calendar

    Thursday's Calendar
    THURSDAY 'God Is Speaking To You' Elise Moore from Nashville, Tenn., will be speaking about prayer from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Costa Mesa Community Center, 1845 Park Ave., Costa Mesa. The event is sponsored by the Christian Science church. For...
  • Wednesday's Calendar

    TODAY Green Task Force The Costa Mesa Green Task Force presents "Home Skills for the Green Citizen — Keeping Your Home in the 'Green' Zone." The event is from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Hamilton Room of the Neighborhood Community Center, 1845 Park Ave.,...
  • AAA, Forbes award Island Hotel

    AAA has awarded the 2011 Five Diamond classification to the Island Hotel Newport Beach for its 19th consecutive year, according to a hotel press release this week. Additionally, the hotel has received the Forbes Travel Guide's 2011 Four Star...
  • It's A Gray Area: 'Oh, beautiful, for spacious skies'

    This Thanksgiving weekend I celebrate our national parks and other gems administered for us by the U.S. National Park Service. One thing that I want to do before my life ends is visit all the national parks. So far, I have visited 26 of those 58 parks...
  • Man charged in hotel stabbing

    COSTA MESA — Orange County prosecutors have charged a south county man with murder in the fatal stabbing at the Orange County/Costa Mesa Hilton hotel early New Year's Day. Adam Randy Baker, 23, of Dana Point, underwent reconstructive surgery...
  • Man is shot at motel

    COSTA MESA — A man was arrested Wednesday in connection with a near-fatal shooting at a Costa Mesa inn, an incident that investigators say could lead to attempted murder charges. The shooting started in a first-floor motel room at Costa Mesa...
  • Police: Motel shooting started with drug deal

    COSTA MESA — Police have arrested two people on suspicion of attempted murder after a suspected drug deal went wrong in a Costa Mesa motel early Wednesday and left one man in critical condition with multiple gunshot wounds. Authorities would...
  • Police: Shooting was in drug deal gone wrong

    COSTA MESA — Police have arrested two people on suspicion of attempted murder after a suspected drug deal went wrong in a Costa Mesa motel early Wednesday, leaving one man in critical condition with gunshot wounds. Authorities would only identify...