Articles Tagged With ‘hotels’




Arroyo Grande commission critical of Tompkins’ hotel plan

City planning commissioners are requesting that developer Nick Tompkins redesign a hotel he is planning to build in the Village of Arroyo Grande. The proposed architecture does not fit the character of the Village, according to the planning commission majority.... (Continue reading)

Nick Tompkins proposes downtown SLO hotel

Developer Nick Tompkins would like to trade in a project for which he has gained approval in order to build an 80-room hotel in downtown San Luis Obispo. [Tribune] Tompkins has approval for two 5,000 square foot commercial buildings at... (Continue reading)

Pair arrested for burglarizing Morro Bay hotel

Police arrested a Cambria woman and an Arroyo Grande man last week for burglarizing a Morro Bay hotel earlier this month. Late in the evening of Oct. 11, a female suspect wearing a bandanna over her face entered the lobby... (Continue reading)

Woman gets trapped under her car in Cambria

A woman was reportedly run over by her own car Tuesday evening outside the Cambria Pines Lodge. [KSBY] The accident occurred around 8:30 p.m. in the parking lot of the hotel’s restaurant. The woman was at the Cambria Pines Lodge... (Continue reading)

Does California have a hotel bubble?

Hotel buyers are spending in record fashion in California this year. [OC Register] Buyers spent $4.4 billion on 174 California hotels in the first half of 2015, according to Atlas Hospitality Group of Irvine. That surpassed the annual total spent... (Continue reading)

SLO County creates a tourism district

The San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Wednesday to create an agency that will impose fees on lodging businesses in order to raise marketing money for bolstering tourism in the county. [Tribune] When it comes into existence... (Continue reading)

Pismo Beach council approves new hotel

The Pismo Beach City Council approved a new hotel development in the heart of town during its meeting Tuesday, rejecting an appeal by city residents. [Tribune] The Inn at the Pier is expected to fill a dirt lot located at... (Continue reading)

Pismo Beach breaks its own bed tax revenue record

For the third straight year, the city of Pismo Beach eclipsed more than $1 million in bed tax revenue in the month of July. The city raised a record-high $1,088,089 in transient occupancy tax (TOT) revenue in July 2013. It... (Continue reading)