Let me repeat more succinctly what others have said: DON'T TOUT. Factual information on hotels (and other things) written in a way consistent with our Manual of Style is welcome; advertising is not. Toutish changes will be rolled back, and we can roll 'em back faster than you can write 'em. -- Bill-on-the-Hill 15:20, 14 September 2007 (EDT)
Okay, listen up. So far you've just been going from article to article, writing what are practically advertisements for Hyatt hotels and some golf resorts. Please stop. Wikitravel is not an advertising brochure. Please read the Welcome, business owners page and the Don't tout page for advice on how to properly edit pages. :-) PerryPlanet 15:24, 14 September 2007 (EDT)
EDIT: Whoops, posted at the same time Bill did.
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