Beachfront Inn Orange Beach in California, a luxury resort with a $250 million beachfront property, has been closed for the summer, after a massive sinkhole opened up in the roof of the main hotel.
The hotel and the nearby Beachfront Hotel and Spa had been built over a decade ago and were designed by architect Frank Gehry.
Mr Gehry said the sinkhole was caused by an earthquake, but the cause was still unknown.
He said the hotel was fully closed.
“It’s a beautiful place, it’s a great location, and I am so grateful for the people who were out there to make this happen,” he said.
“But we do need to do our homework.”
The Hotel and the Beachfront Resort in California has been open for business since May 2016.
It was the third hotel in the resort to be closed this year, after the Beach Resort in San Diego and the Oceanfront Hotel in San Francisco.
The Hotel’s owners, John and Julie Smith, said they had no idea about the damage until they woke up to a report of the sink hole.
“We were very shocked to see that, and we didn’t think we were in trouble at all,” Mr Smith said.
They were on their way to work when the sink opened up.
“The roof was completely covered in water and water came up and it came to the roof, and that was really scary,” he told 7.30.
You’ve got a sinkhole.'” “
And that was when we called the hotel, the manager said, ‘You’re going to need to go to the hospital.
You’ve got a sinkhole.'”
After the sinkholes at the hotel and at the Beach Club Hotel in the Bay Area caused widespread damage, it emerged in April that a separate sinkhole had opened at a hotel in Los Angeles.
The leak at the Orange Beach Hotel had caused the hotel’s roof to collapse and damaged its roof-top service.
The cause of the leak was not immediately clear.
The sinkhole at the Ocean Beach Hotel has also caused widespread disruption in the past, with workers being called to help with repairs.
In February, an underground hole opened at the nearby Ocean Club hotel, trapping a fire hydrant.
A fire truck was parked outside the hotel to respond to the emergency.
The fire was extinguished quickly and water was released.
In May, another sinkhole closed the doors of the Orange Bay Hotel, damaging the main lobby.
Mr Smith was among a group of workers who were able to get out of the hotel.
“They’ve had to go out of town, but they’ve got all of their stuff,” he joked.
“Because the roof was gone.”
Mr Smith described the sink holes at the hotels as a “huge setback”.
“They’re really damaging,” he warned.
The main issue at the two hotels is the lack of water.
“This is a big concern for us,” Mr Miller said.
“[There’s] very little water flow through this hotel, which is a huge issue.”
The resort’s main concern is water pressure in the main dining room.
“People who are staying at the resort have to stay in a very small room to drink water,” Mr Mitchell said.
He added that there was a huge problem with the hotel maintaining a high water pressure.
“In some rooms, the pressure has gone to over 120 psi.
This is a very bad situation,” he added.
“If the water pressure is too high, it’ll make it very difficult for the guests to get in and out of rooms.”
He said water pressure at the beachfront resort was now at 90 per cent of normal levels.
“Our main concern has been the pressure at our hotel,” Mr Jones said.
Water pressure at both hotels was also very high.
“Water pressure is the highest we’ve ever had at this hotel,” he explained.
He added the hotel had had to deal with a similar situation last year. “
When you’re dealing with the water, you want to be as good as you can be.”
He added the hotel had had to deal with a similar situation last year.
“There was a lot of water pressure and we had to make a big change.
We had to install a pump in the hotel that is able to handle water pressure as high as 120 psi,” Mr Murphy said.
The problems at the oceanfront resort and the beach front resort have prompted concerns about how much the hotels water pressure can withstand.
“Even though it’s high, the hotel is not operating at its maximum capacity,” Mr Moore said.
“The water pressure should be much, much lower, and the hotels staff, the maintenance staff, are also operating at their maximum capacity.”
He urged people to not rush to the beach.
“Beaches are beautiful places to be. They