California restaurants sue to recover regulatory fees, saying they saw no payback under COVID restrictions

Operators in five of the state's most populous counties say they were denied the benefits of tourism fees they paid.


States' rule changes affect restaurants, for good and for ill

COVID-19 roundup: NY extends eviction moratorium, New Mexico says train or shut down, Pennsylvania restaurants lose a bid for capacity protection and Chicago halts indoor bar service.

A new report from SevenRooms can guide hotel companies in meeting guests’ current hospitality demands.

Execs from hotel chains are asking for an immediate injection of cash to save the industry.

Jumeirah Hotels & Resorts launched a new culinary concept to appeal to traveling families—once they start traveling again.

The trend toward readymade drinks fits with today’s safety and labor concerns.

The state is one of several that have lifted restrictions on restaurants this week.

Without a relief package, a majority of hotels will be forced to lay off more workers and close their doors.

The job losses are occurring at the hotel company’s corporate headquarters.

A new report from the American Hotel & Lodging Association paints a gloomy picture.

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