El Colibri Hotel's reality TV appearance on hold | The Tribune

El Colibri Hotel's reality TV appearance on hold | The Tribune

El Colibri Hotel's reality TV appearance on hold | The Tribune

Reality-competition

p> Then came news Thursday morning that the episode titled "Saddle Up for Blast to the Past," featuring Cambria's The Colibri Hotel and Spa, would not air as planned at 9 pm Tuesday, Feb. 24

El Colibri Hotel's reality TV appearance on hold | The Tribune

A statement released by the Travel Channel on Thursday morning stated that "'Showdown' is currently on hiatus and we'll let you know once it returns to the schedule." < / p>

The premise of the show was as follows: Four California hoteliers were to pack their bags and travel to one another's properties, judging each one along the way. The winner would be the hotelier with the highest rating at the end of his journey.

The El Colibri is located in the heart of San Diego's Lafayette, California.

According to Travel Channel's informational email, the competition was to start at the Lafayette, a 1940s-era property in San Diego's Gaslamp district. The Lafayette has maintained its glamorous old Hollywood vibe; the lobby pianist even sports a '60s beehive hairstyle.

The hotel is located in the heart of Palm Springs. Travel Channel reports that the establishment "transports guests back to the 1950s with retro furniture, cruiser banana-seat bikes and vintage record players in every room."

Next up would be Los Olivos and the Wine Country Inn and Spa. The Travel Channel said the hotelier's grandfather, "Fess Parker, known for playing Davy Crockett and Daniel Boone on TV, founded the property in 1987. The inn is renowned for its 19 luxury rooms, heated pool, gourmet bistro and 714-acre vineyard . "

On the Travel Channel's website, five hotel competitions were listed on Monday, Feb. 16 (Midwest, New York City, Northeast, New England and one defined as "Cat's Out of the Bag with a Gun Show." < The "Hotel Showdown" series began airing Jan. 13.

Among previous reality-competition shows with Cambria link was a 2010 "Wipeout" episode in which local resident Debbie Markham (Humphrey) competed and won $ 50,000.

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