A new hotel industry is taking shape in San Antonios, Texas, as more and more hotels are opening to the public.
The ihgas hotels, hotels that provide a high level of service to guests and guests who are not paying, are expanding across the country, as many states have introduced similar laws.
The San Antonio area is considered one of the largest hubs of the ihga hotel industry, with a total of nearly $1.8 billion in hotel sales, according to hotel chain Hilton.
The San Antonio hotel industry employs nearly 5,000 people, according the company, and many of them are employed at the ihegs hotels.
The new rules will affect the ihsg hotels in SanAntonios, which are currently open only to guests who pay a minimum of $1,500 per day.
The new regulations will require all ihgs to charge an extra $200 per day for hotel room reservations and $250 for stays on weekends, with the exception of the hotel’s guest rooms.
In the future, all ihsgs will have to charge $200 for each reservation and $300 for each stay, but the rules will be in place for those who pay $1 and $2 per day, the hotels said in a statement.
Hotel guests will be able to book a room at the hotel for a maximum of three days, and if that room is not booked by the time the reservation is due, they can request a refund.
The rules will also allow hotel guests to make changes to their reservation, but it will take an additional $200 to cancel their reservation.
Hilton said it’s a welcome change for guests who want a more comfortable and secure experience, but said it is not yet clear whether the rules in place will have a lasting impact on the industry.
Huge changes will happen over the next several years, and it’s hard to predict what the industry will look like in the years ahead, said Matt Whelan, CEO of iheg Hotels.
If the rules were to be repealed, it would be a major blow to the industry and could mean many more people leave the industry, he said.
The ihge hotels operate at the margins of the industry in the San Antonio metro area, and are in many ways a direct competitor to hotel chains that are trying to build out their business and attract more tourists.
The Hilton hotel chain said it would continue to operate hotels across the United States and in other parts of the world, including Japan and Mexico.