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Check out the Las Vegas hotel where Season 4 of Jersey Shore Family Vacation was filmed

Angelina Pivarnick shows off Las Vegas hotel where cast filmed Season 4 of Jersey Shore Family Vacation
Check out the hotel where Jersey Shore Family Vacation was filmed. Pic credit: MTV

Angelina Pivarnick is giving viewers a tour of the fabulous hotel where Season 4 of Jersey Shore Vacation was filmed.

This time around the Jersey Gang set their sites on Las Vegas, but unlike previous seasons this one was quite different.

The rambunctious group is often seen partying and clubbing as they enjoy the sights of their vacation locale, but COVID-19 put a damper on those plans.

Due to filming amid the pandemic, the cast and crew took over the Hilton Lake Las Vegas, while adhering to the necessary safety protocols.

The resort is located 30 minutes from the famous Las Vegas strip and has views of mountains and desert.

Let’s take a look at where the crew filmed their latest shenanigans.

Take a tour of Hilton Lake Las Vegas

Angelina Pivarnick recently took fans on an exclusive video tour for People and showed off the fancy digs where her and her fellow castmates spent their time while filming the show.

“We made the best out of everything in here,” noted Pivarnick.

“I mean, usually [on] a family vacation we’d go out clubbing and stuff, but here we were just hanging out. It was more like a chill environment and a chill vacation this time.”

The brunette beauty walks through the lobby, and hotel bar –which she said is, “My ultimate, ultimate favorite place in this entire hotel”

She then showed off the restaurant before heading down to the pool.

“As you can see, the sun is always out in sunny Las Vegas. It’s very hot here… Every single day, by the pool, it was like 100, 101 [degrees]. This is where we would have many pool parties,” said the reality TV personality.

And if they grew tired of the pool, the Jersey Shore crew also had a lagoon with a nearby waterfall to keep cool in the hot Vegas sun. “Guys, we had our own beach, all to ourselves. I mean, who’s better than us?” boasts Angelina.

During the tour, the 34-year old explained how linen closets and bedrooms were transformed into confessionals and interview rooms for the show.

Viewers also got a glimpse of the gym and cast suites which you will all get to see during episodes of Jersey Shore Family Vacation.

Jersey Shore kicks off with drama

Meanwhile, with three episodes in, Jersey Shore Family Vacation has already kicked off with lots of drama and tension among the cast.

And it all stems from Angelina Pivarnick’s wedding, which she says was ruined by her castmates.

Pivarnick’s main gripe is with Jenni “JWoww’ Farley, Deena Cortese, and Nicole “Snookie” Polizzi–who quit the show before Season 4.

Angelina pegged her castmates as bridesmaids for her wedding, but when they roasted her during the reception, she was not amused.

Since then, the former friends have been feuding on social media and the whole drama

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Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah fame Nidhi Bhanushali photos, Sonu to all, go viral; Check Goa vacation pics

Nidhi Bhanushali bikini photos: Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah is one of the most iconic shows ever produced in India for TV. All the characters are endearing – their strentghs their weaknesses, their charming nature and above all, their good nature. They are helpful and ideal parents, neighbours, relatives. Well, the cast of Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah has grown up, especially the really younger lot.

Now, Nidhi Bhanushali, who essayed the role of Sonu earlier is back in the spotlight again! For all the right reasons, her fans say. The reason are her Nidhi Bhanushali photos. Nidhi was on vacation in Goa, and she has posted pictures that are going viral. The Internet just cannot have enough of them!

Check out Nidhi Bhanushali bikini photo below:


In ‘Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah’, Nidhi had an adequate role to catch attention and she did become prominent. Now, she is just breaking the internet with her latest photos in Goa. Needless to say, the weather in Goa is excellent and juxtaposed against the clear, lovely, blue sky with thin patches of white clouds, Nidhi Bhanushali is looking just fabulous. Surely, Nidhi is going places as she is getting a massive mamount of attention!

See Nidhi Bhanushali Instagram Pic below:

Nidhi shared her photos and captioned the same by writing: “Taking vitamin C and vitamin D so that Kovid should stay away from 19.” ApPart from the skin show, there was definitely a message that Nidhi was sending. This was: Get as much sun as possible as the vitamin D derived from it will help strengthen the body and that will in turn help fight the dreaded coronavirus disease that has spread like wildfire across the country as well as the globe after initially starting its rampage in China.

In Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah, the role of Sonu had seen a number of girls. Nidhi herself had come in as a replacement for Jheel Mehta – the original Sonu – in the year 2013 to be eventually substituted by Palak Sindhwani in 2019.

That things are not great in this iconic show was recently outed by, Dilip Joshi aka Jethalal. He said the quality of the show has been affected. He was in a chat with comedian Sorabh Pant during a podcast. The reason behind that, Dilip revealed, was that the writers are pressured to deliver episodes every day. This has led to content being affected.

Dilip said, “Jab aap quantity dekhte hai, toh kahin na kahin quality suffer hoti hi hai. Pehle weekly hum karte the aur writers ke paas bohot time hota tha. Chaar episode likhe, doosre chaar episode agle mahine shoot karna hai.”

Dilip added, “Abhi yeh almost like a factory ho gaya hai. Every day the writers have to find new subjects. I do feel that certain episodes are not up to the mark.”

Considering how successful the show was and continues to draw viewers, its popularity cannot be doubted, nor the fact that it will continue

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Check Into This Washington D.C. Hotel Where You Can Sleep in a Historic Townhouse

Pandemic notwithstanding, hotels in Washington, D.C., are filling fast for January’s inauguration festivities. Some of the newest accommodations in the capital not only have impeccable aesthetic pedigree, but they also make social-distancing protocols easy to follow. Opening today and comprising six individual one-bedroom homes-away-from-home, the town houses at Georgetown’s Rosewood hotel each offer 1,100 square feet of serenely decorated space spread among their five levels, plus a private entrance, terrace, and courtyard.

Rosewood tasked the D.C.-born, -bred, and -based designer Thomas Pheasant with the job of creating the one-bedroom super-suites, each of which occupies a petite, early-19th-century brick row house steps from the hotel itself.

A look inside the newly renovated living room.

Photo: Rosewood/Ryan Forbes

“The idea was to create a villa-style experience here in Georgetown,” says Pheasant, whose studio is walking distance from the hotel and who also looked after the recent redo of Rosewood’s beloved Mansion on Turtle Creek property, in Dallas, Texas. “Even before COVID-19,” he continues, “people often wanted something other than the typical hotel. Visitors coming for two weeks or a month on business, or for other purposes, want something more private, a space that can give them the sense of really living in D.C.”

When the town houses came to Pheasant, he found them in a rather dire state. Originally designed as workers’ residences, they didn’t have much in the way of detail, and they had suffered some benign neglect, if not outright abuse. An additional challenge? “While they all look the same from the outside, it was sort of a free-for-all when they were built,” Pheasant says. “Some were narrower than others, some a foot shorter.” He rose to the occasion, tweaking his scheme to meet the needs of each unique space, imagining, for example, a beautiful little study in a bay-windowed nook off the entryway of one unit. “The odd ones that had a lot of quirks turned out to have the most interesting to work with,” he says. 

Inside the bedroom of the Rosewood hotel.

Photo: Rosewood/Ryan Forbes

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Best new UK hotel openings to check out this winter

With the number of international destinations on the travel corridors list dwindling week-by-week, there’s never been a better time to check into a UK hotel for some R&R.

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Fortunately, there’s a whole slew of new opening to choose from, including a hip seaside offering from noughties indie-rock royalty, a duo of big-hitting London openings and a long-awaited spa haven in the Peak District.

Here are six hotels to warm your soul this winter.

As travel restrictions vary across the UK, and are subject to change at short notice, do check the latest government advice before travel.

The Independent’s hotel reviews are unbiased, independent advice you can trust. On some occasions, we earn revenue if you click the links and book, but we never allow this to affect our coverage.

a living room filled with furniture and a large window: The Albion Rooms is three years in the making from The LibertinesJason Knott

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The Albion Rooms is three years in the making from The Libertines

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Heralded by a jet black facade and crimson neon signage, this Victorian townhouse brings a heady dose of Gothic fanfare to Margate’s Eastern Esplanade, courtesy of indie rockers The Libertines. The band – working with designer Rhiannon Sussex – have spent three years transforming a run-down, rather insalubrious hotel into a kooky, seven-room boutique crashpad.

Bedrooms are louche-luxe; onyx offset with gilded touches, shabby-chic mirrors, Pete Doherty’s expressive artwork, vintage typewriters and Haeckels toiletries. Downstairs there’s a recording studio and the chequerboard-floored Waste Land bar for Gunga Gin and tonics and hearty burgers. Menus have been magicked up by chef Joe Hill of the Table in Broadstairs, and the best of the bunch are the Thursday-Sunday fine dining suppers served at the Arcady Coffee House, which pack a local lilt and Asian twists – think Steve Gadd’s sourdough, hand-dived Rye scallops and crescents of roasted pumpkin in seaweed dashi – set to candlelight and a Carl Barât-approved soundtrack.

While die-hard Libertines fans will be tickled by band memorabilia and lyrics in-jokes (such as the tongue-in-cheek “Death” artwork above a staircase), theatrical interiors and top-notch dining make it a rip-roaring stay in its own right.

From £114, B&B. www.thealbionrooms.live

Over on Scotland’s west coast, another seaside newbie making waves is a nine-room, family-run hotel from hospitality pro Paul Sloan and partner and GM Ioana Moldovan. With the help of interior designer Dominic Paul of Glasgow-based IBDP, the Victorian property and former guesthouse on the Corran Esplanade has been transformed into a rustic-cool bolthole.

Room categories range from wee through intimate to gorgeous, and most have sea, garden or woodland views. Personality-packed bedrooms are kitted out with quirky touches such as statement timber walls, Hepburn radios, a tartan-clad artist’s mannequin and Timorous Beasties thistle-patterned wallpaper. Tub lovers should make a beeline for room six for the sexy red clawfoot slipper bath.

For nightcaps, there’s an honesty bar with comfy velvet couches and a range of tipples including Scottish gins and whiskys. At breakfast, fuel up on brioche French toast and sweet potato and avocado hash ahead of strolls to

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Check out California’s best-kept travel secrets

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What was once a dumping site for garbage, Glass Beach has become a beautiful destination for tourists thanks to its abundance of colorful sea glass that covers the seashore.

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In the middle of the desert, about an hour south of Palm Springs, there stands a three-story tall mountain of spellbinding colors and religious sentiments constructed by artist Leonard Knight.

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Believe it or not, this idyllic island is not in Hawaii. It is actually 12 miles (19 km) off of the coast of Santa Barbara. The sensational view from Inspiration Point (pictured) is nothing short of breathtaking.

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After taking a short boat ride from the Ventura or Oxnard Harbors, get lost in nature while hiking around the island, and take in the stunning seaside cliffs and turquoise waters.

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This small beach town in the Monterey peninsula is overflowing with charm. Its historical center filled with fairy-tale cottages will have you feeling like you’ve gone back in time.

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4 Hotel Stocks to Check Into Ahead of the Holidays

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Hotel stocks are down, but they are not out for the count.

The Dow Jones U.S. Hotels Index has risen over 68% from its March bottom this year and finished October up a slight 0.2%, while the broader Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 4.6% for the month.

Despite being part of the hard-hit tourism sector and lumped in with the reopening trade, hotels — particularly the largest U.S. chains — have held up surprisingly well since the summer. For example, hotel stocks have certainly done better than airline shares, which have fallen a combined 14% during the last week of October.

Until there is a vaccine for the Covid-19 pandemic, there can be no sure things for any of the travel sectors. But with the holidays approaching, and the vaccine expected in the first half of 2021, these four hotel stocks could prove to be a nice addition to any portfolio.

  • Hilton Hotels & Resorts (NYSE:HLT)
  • Marriott International (NASDAQ:MAR)
  • Hyatt Hotels (NYSE:H)
  • Choice Hotels (NYSE:CHH)

Hotel Stocks to Buy: Hilton Hotels & Resorts (HLT)

the sign in front of a Hilton (HLT) hotel

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While HLT stock has bounced 39% from its March low, it remains 22% below its 52-week high at about $90 a share.

At its current price, Hilton stock looks like a buy unlike other hotel stocks. While the hotel chain has suffered a downturn this year with an occupancy rate of 39% through the first six months of the year, Hilton continues to be in decent financial shape.

In the first half of 2020, revenue was down 47% at nearly $2.5 billion. However, net losses were only $412 million. Based on adjusted earnings, Hilton remained profitable with $38 million in net income. Much of the company’s resilience is due to  the fact that it sold direct ownership of many of its properties a few years ago. That has left it in a position where it can weather the pandemic — and eventually rebound when travel levels return.

And Hilton is well-positioned to rebound. The chain has 6,200 properties in 118 countries. It has also built a sizable loyalty program with its popular “Hilton Honors” rewards, which boasts more than 100 million members worldwide. With a vaccine on the horizon, the company could start reporting a revenue rally as soon as the first half of 2021.

Until then, Hilton remains cash flow positive with trailing-12-month free cash flow generation of $1.5 billion on revenue of $7.2 billion. Analysts remain bullish, with a median price target of $92 a share and a high estimate of $110. That median already represents an increase from the current price — and that’s still without a vaccine available yet.

Marriott International (MAR)

the sign in front of a Marriott (MAR) hotel

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Marriott is another one of the hotel stocks that is in a great position to thrive, once the pandemic is behind us.

The company is taking any and all steps needed to right the

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Check out the $1.9M renovations at Jackson’s Martin Luther King Jr. Recreation Center

JACKSON, MI – Residents will soon be able to see the results of a project seven months in the making at the Martin Luther King Jr. Recreation Center.

Jackson city officials unveiled the $1.9-million renovations at the center on Jackson’s south side on Friday, Oct. 23, and community members can see the inside themselves as soon as Election Day.

The renovations, done by Summit Township-based contractor R.W. Mercer, include a larger kitchen, an office for the center director, an expanded weight room, a resurfaced gym floor, new windows and a new roof. The gym equipment in the weight room was donated by Arlo Steel, officials said.

The community space at 1107 Adrian St. first opened in 1968 and offers youth and community programming and provides meals.

City officials said they were proud to see this community investment come to fruition.

“We’re talking about a building that went 50 years – a generation of folks grew up at the King Center without seeing the city make, I think, the necessary investments that we just got done this year,” Jackson Mayor Derek Dobies said.

“So, we’re excited about it. We’re excited about what it means for our community, what it means for the south side, and what it means for what we’ve been talking about in bringing some of the progress that you see downtown out and into the neighborhoods.”

It’s exciting to see the first major project at the center since its establishment, Jackson Vice Mayor Arlene Robinson said. She recalls attending youth programming there as a child, then bringing her children to the community center as a parent.

Robinson was also excited, she said, to see Jackson residents honored throughout the building. Two notable hometown heroes now

have their names on the center’s two classrooms: Flamingo Brown, a community advocate and the first Black and first female president of the Jackson School Board, and Tony Dungy, an NFL Hall of Famer.

“People have wanted to have a place where they can come and be proud of,” said John Willis, the city’s chief equity officer and a former director of the center. “I don’t know about you, but 20 years that I’ve been around here, I don’t know of another multimillion-dollar project on the south side of Jackson. This is huge for our community.”

Officials have not yet determined when indoor programming will resume at the recreation center. They’ll decide after the Nov. 3 general election because the center is a polling location for Jackson’s First Ward.


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Hotel Games – Check In to Fun

  • Hotel Professionals


    Hotel Professionals

    Played 9880 times

    Donald is the front desk manager at this very busy hotel. Can you join him while he helps all of his guests? His first task of the day is fetching some forgotten passports for a family on their way to the airport. Can you find them in this hidden objects game?

  • Hotel Mahjong


    Hotel Mahjong

    Played 16196 times

    Make your reservation for tile-matching madness with this suite of Mahjong fun! Match tiles in 20 floors of grand hotel featuring five unique variations on this ancient classic. Complete each room and unlock even more fun in the hotel Casino, Recreation Room, and Rooftop Terrace. Whether you’re looking for classic Mahjong fun or unique twists to bend your brain.

  • Doomed Hotel


    Doomed Hotel

    Played 7940 times

    Virginia’s best friend has gone missing. She was last seen at this mysterious hotel. Can you help her find out what happened in this exciting hidden objects game?

  • Habbo Clicker


    Habbo Clicker

    Played 4879 times

    Will you be able to design the best hotel ever in this retro management and simulation game? You’ll get to earn cash that you can put toward better rooms and cooler decor that will attract lots of guests.

  • Trouble in Paradise


    Trouble in Paradise

    Played 8405 times

    Brenda, Jeff’s wife, has gone missing at the Tropical Pearl, a luxurious resort and hotel. Now it’s up to Melvin, a private detective, to find her in this hidden objects game. Team up with him to solve the mystery as fast as you can.

  • Theme Hotel


    Theme Hotel

    Played 434205 times

    Build the perfect hotel for your guests from the ground up.

  • Leaving the Country


    Leaving the Country

    Played 7415 times

    Help Sarah and Douglas find new lives and friends in their new hotel in the French countryside!

  • Frenzy Hotel 2


    Frenzy Hotel 2

    Played 14807 times

    Can you handle all the tourists at this vacation hotspot? Put your organizational skills to the test.

  • La Luna Hotel


    La Luna Hotel

    Played 18885 times

    You woke up and don’t remember anything – find a key to your memory!

  • High Tea Hotel


    High Tea Hotel

    Played 23425 times

    Frothy drinks and dainty cakes? It must be afternoon tea!

  • Jane's Hotel


    Jane’s Hotel

    Played 57589 times

    Use your decorating, cooking, and customer-service skills to turn a dinky motel into a 5-star luxury hotel!

  • The Legacy Hotel: Detective Game


    The Legacy Hotel: Detective Game

    Played 4685 times

    Discover the clues and unravell the mystery of the dead body near Windsor Court Hotel in New Orleans. Miller decided to leave the hotel legacy in the capable hands of his children. Now we have a murder on our hands! Search for the hidden objects, combine clues and uncover the murder mystery.

  • Tropical Adventure


    Tropical Adventure

    Played 21575 times

    Help Rita find her way back to her hotel in this fun tropical exploration. Collect clues and find the hidden objects on the islands of Thailand!

  • Hotel Mogul


    Hotel Mogul

    Played 43129 times

    Lynette is determined to build a hotel empire. She’ll have to start with a campground first though in this management simulation game. Can you

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