Beach Rentals

County rejects ORV regulation | TahoeDailyTribune.com

STATELINE, Nevada – Douglas County Commissioners have rejected a proposed settlement in a federal lawsuit over vacation home rentals. The commissioners voted 5-0 to reject the regulation and a revision of the ordinance to codify it. Several residents spoke out against the settlement of the ordinance, urging the commissioners to …

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Hertz lawyer just said six words the company should hope its clients never hear

Hertz is in the midst of an ongoing bankruptcy court lawsuit over allegations by more than 100 customers that they have been falsely arrested and, in some cases, spent months in jail for driving cars they had legally rented. In court proceedings this week, Chris Shore, an attorney representing Hertz, …

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No, customers do not need human-provided services in the front desk

The classic philosophy of the hospitality industry is as follows: customers – whether they are leisure, business, corporate groups or members of SMERF – need services provided by super kind, smiling humans and well trained. Think of the employees of the Ritz Carlton and their little manual “Gold Standards” which …

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HomeToGo acquires AMIVAC from the SeLoger Group and expands its operations in France

Market leader in alternative accommodation closes acquisition of SeLoger Group’s vacation rental business unit, including its brands amivac.com, vacances.com and vacances.seloger.com LUXEMBOURG, January 03, 2022– (COMMERCIAL THREAD) –HomeToGo SE (Frankfurt Stock Exchange: HTG), the marketplace with the world’s largest selection of vacation rentals, today announced the acquisition of AMIVAC, the …

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Coastal Commission wants more short-term rentals in Oceanside

Residents were surprised when they appealed to the California Coastal Commission for Oceanside approval for a three-story, four-unit beachfront vacation rental condominium. The commission not only confirmed the city’s approval, it asked the developer to build more condos. The state agency also wanted additional parking, a better position for the …

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Brawls, home damage at NSW rental parties | Review of northern beaches

NSW Police have urged owners of short-term rental properties to screen potential guests before accepting reservations after a number of “out of control” parties across the state. Many online booking sites have banned parties at their properties, but NSW Deputy Police Commissioner Peter Thurtell said police had recently been called …

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Small business bootcamp propels 10 entrepreneurs

Written by Lauren Lamb on December 28, 2021 Advertising A community-wide program, StartUP FIU, works not only to help college students, but also to develop community entrepreneurs. StartUP FIU has partnered with Bank of America and Underline to host a Small Business Bootcamp to help train early entrepreneurs and their …

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The real “Yellowstone” ranch allows guests to live like the Duttons

If you’re a fan of the popular Paramount Network series “Yellowstone” and nostalgically wish you could experience those great outdoors, bluish mountains and brilliant sunsets, we’ve got good news. The 2,500-acre Chief Joseph Ranch in Darby, MT, which also serves as the show’s fictional Dutton Ranch, is not only an …

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The latest hotel trend? Create movie-worthy Christmas experiences

the Gaylord Rockies Resort and Convention Center just outside Denver is known to put an exponential factor on Christmas. A towering Christmas tree in the resort’s Grand Lodge serves as the backdrop for family vacation photos, and there’s joy around every corner, pop-up toboggan hills and the village ice rink …

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Bay City’s latest plan receives mixed reviews at kickoff meeting

Accordia Partners kicked off another chapter in the already four-year process to plan and license Dorchester Bay City (DBC) at Columbia Point with an online meeting last Wednesday. Despite the recently unveiled changes to previous proposals, the conversation, which brought together more than 25 participants, showed some neighbors are still …

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