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Please read SEO. Wikitravel is not meant to be a vehicle for advertising, and when we catch marketers adding hotels across multiple articles, we generally try to revert these additions.
I put your listing for Columbia MD back in (after cleaning it up a bit), but only because we didn't really have any other hotel listings for the article, and something is better than nothing. --Peter Talk 22:37, 4 April 2010 (EDT)
You have been doing a much better job with the hotel additions, and generally being a responsible business-affiliated editor, so I've been leaving some of them in articles where the quality of the other sleep listings is poor.
Please take a look at my last edit, though, where I have altered your listing to bring it precisely in line with our policies —please note what I have removed and changed. In particular, we want the information in short form, as Wikitravel guides are meant to be easily printable: names and urls should be as short as possible (otherwise they also look quite spammy). In fact, a huge url like that would even be omitted by many auto-formatted printed guides, as it would take up too much space. We've also enabled nofollow to our links, so there is no longer any SEO benefit to the overdone listing and link names.
Also, check in and check out times are not helpful unless they deviate significantly from the norm, and I doubt that will ever be the case with a SpringHill Suites listing. You should just leave those fields blank.