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TRAVEL
March 25, 2007 | Rosemary McClure, Times Staff Writer
Hike in the woods, go boating on the lake or spend a lazy afternoon shopping in Lake Arrowhead Village on a midweek hotel special being offered at the Lake Arrowhead Resort and Spa. The deal: $89 per room, per night, Sundays through Thursdays beginning April 1; weekends, $129. Reservations must be made by Saturday and are valid through April 30.
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BUSINESS
December 25, 1997 | JESUS SANCHEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER; Jesus Sanchez can be reached at (213) 237-7114 or by e-mail at jesus.sanchez@latimes.com
After nearly 18 years of delays, lawsuits and regulatory scrutiny, preliminary groundwork has begun on a 400-room, $200-million hotel and spa to be situated northwest of Goleta in Santa Barbara County. The controversial Santa Barbara Club Resort & Spa is expected to open in about two years, according to Adco Group, the New York firm that owns the 73-acre site.
SPORTS
December 1, 2007 | Pete Thomas
Good news for skiers and snowboarders: All four major local resorts opened during the past week and have slowly been expanding ridable terrain. The bad news: Friday's storm delivered rain, not snow, to the San Gabriel and San Bernardino mountains, turning much of their manmade snow to slush.
BUSINESS
November 9, 2004 | From Bloomberg News
Wynn Resorts Ltd., a casino company led by Stephen Wynn, said it would build a $900-million addition to its $2.7-billion Wynn Las Vegas resort that is opening next year. The expansion may include a 1,500-suite hotel tower, additional casino floor space, restaurants and retail and convention space, the Las Vegas-based company said. Wynn Las Vegas will open in April, with the expansion on an adjacent 20 acres of land to open in 2007.
BUSINESS
May 5, 2009 | Stuart Pfeifer
Waves crash against a rocky shore while a couple stroll hand in hand on the beach. Poolside, a bartender is mixing up a batch of margaritas. Then comes Donald Trump, smooth and confident, singing the praises of the new Trump Ocean Resort Baja Mexico north of Rosarito Beach, an area he touts as "the next Cabo." "I'm very proud of the fact that when I build, I have investors that follow me all over," he says in the eight-minute marketing video produced for potential buyers. "They invest in me.
NEWS
March 22, 2003 | From Times Wire Reports
A Thai island resort is turning away Americans to protest the U.S.-led attack on Iraq, owner Wirat Ponchababnapa said. The Pavilion Resort on Koh Samui is barring Americans on the grounds that most support President Bush and the war in Iraq, he said. He said he feared that the war would spark more terrorist attacks on resorts such as the one in October that killed more than 200 people in Bali. Americans represent only about 3% of the guests.
TRAVEL
December 13, 2009 | By Dan Leeth, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer
Running a ski area is like owning a suburban tract home. There never seems to be a shortage of improvements to be made. So it has been with winter resorts this year. Despite the lingering recession, developers and slope owners have been writing checks for a plethora of enhancements. Most fall into one of three broad categories: developing real estate, enticing visitors with real bargains and augmenting real snow. West Western ski areas have invested in snowmaking, grooming trails and pricing deals, but the big money in the big mountains has been spent developing bigger base areas.
SPORTS
January 8, 1997 | BOB LOCHNER
California ski resorts are up and running again after some of the wildest weather in recent memory. Some high-country roads still have problems, but the cleanup continues at a rapid pace after the heavy snow, rain and high winds that punctuated the holidays.
TRAVEL
June 3, 2007 | Rosemary McClure, Times Staff Writer
Summers are sizzlers in Scottsdale, Ariz., but here's a hotel deal that might take your mind off the heat. The deal: Spend $100 and receive a $100 dining credit at the Millennium Resort Scottsdale McCormick Ranch. The hotel's See, Sun and Save package offers guests room rates as low as $100 a night. Participants receive a food and beverage credit for $100 that can be used at the resort's Pinon Grill, Diamondbacks Lounge or Cabana Bar & Grill or for room service.
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