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The Roosevelt Hotel in Midtown Manhattan to Close Permanently – NBC New York

An iconic fixture in the landscape of Midtown Manhattan, The Roosevelt Hotel will soon join the growing list of New York City businesses to shutter amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

A spokesperson for the hotel confirmed its impending closure Saturday citing low occupancy since the start of the pandemic in March. Reuters reports the hotels last day of operation is scheduled for Oct. 31.

“Due to the current, unprecedented environment and the continued uncertain impact from COVID-19, the owners of The Roosevelt Hotel have made the difficult decision to close the hotel and the associates were notified this week,” a

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Derrick Motor Hotel is to be remembered as the dearest go-to place even after it’s gone

Once a centre of attraction for the Estevan area and a home away from home for people from all across the country and further, the Derrick Motor Hotel has definitely seen better days.

In 2016 it lost the competition to big, new chain hotels that came to Estevan during the latest boom, and it’s been empty ever since. A few weeks ago, the work began to prepare the old building that was becoming a fire hazard for demolition, which is scheduled for October.

cheque printing machine
The old-style cheque printing machine, a reminder of the old days, is sitting on the floor in
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American Apologizes for Bad Reviews of Thailand Hotel to Avoid Prison

BANGKOK — He’s very, very sorry. But the hotel in Thailand that threatened an American guest with prison for his bad reviews may end up with bigger regrets.

Wesley Barnes, the American guest, publicly apologized on Friday for his blunt online reviews of the Sea View Koh Chang resort in Thailand. In exchange, the hotel promised it would drop the complaint that led the authorities in Thailand to file criminal defamation charges against him.

More than wounded pride was on the line. In Thailand, criminal defamation charges can result in a prison term of up to two years. Mr. Barnes

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