The redevelopment will include a casino and entertainment boutique complex. Dodd Mitchell, designer from Los Angeles, CA, will keep the existing structure for future plans.
Some of the 727 hotel rooms will be changed into suites as well as gaining more casino space for the redesign. The property may close during renovation of a year and a half.
The real estate deal was supposed to close last year, but Hedwigs delayed it due to the current market conditions and last week paid a $500,000 nonrefundable fee to keep exclusive purchase rights.
Outside joint ventures with a boutique hotel operator, nightclub owners and high end restaurant operators is expected soon.
The current brand isn’t making the desired profit from its guests. Giving it a new luxury redevelopment Hedwigs hopes to regain the over $500,000 loss in clash flow for the quarter year to date.
Hooters hotel was the former Hotel San Remo in February 2006.
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