Salinas invites tourists to town, but where will they stay?
Thursday, May 30, 1996
With 200,000 people expected to visit the proposed Steinbeck Center in Salinas annually, the questions arises, where will these visitors find comfortable overnight accommodations? A tentative plan for a new full-service hotel has local officials and business people debating whether Salinas--faced with stiff competition from the established Peninsula hospitality industry--can support such a facility.
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