The LA Times reports on the Hotel opening
LA Times: The Hotel is the site of the first Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce Banquet
The LA Herald gives a glowing report of Redondo Beach, including a description of the Hotel
Ainsworth and Thompson, the original owner-builders, sell the Hotel to Wollacott.
The Great White Fleet visits Redondo, and a Banquet is held at the Hotel.
The LA Herald reports the Hotel has been bought by the "Night and Day Bank"
The Hotel Redondo reopens under new management. A history of the hotel is given in a speech by C.H. Burnett
LA Times: The hotel has been sold again. The third new owner within a year is yet to be identified.
Judge L.F. Wells sublets the Hotel, allowing it to stay open for the Red Sox visit to the city
LA Times: And another reopening engineered by the "Redondo Hotel Company," intent on returning the hotel to its glory days. The opening celebration honors the LAFD's candidate for "Queen of the Southland"
L.A. Times: Now the property of the First National Bank, the hotel is to be torn down, the furnishings sold off, and the lot subdivided
LA Times: Instead of being torn down, the now abandoned hotel might make a suitable home for soldiers disabled in the Great War
Voters will decide if the city should buy the Hotel Redondo grounds for a park and library
The First National Bank negotiates with the Palos Verdes Estates planning group to use the derelict hotel as its headquarters
The Hotel gains new life as the Palos Verdes Estates planning and construction teams move in
More staff and families of the P.V. Estates groups move into the Hotel
Voters approve buying the seven acre hotel grounds for a city park
The Hotel is now empty and awaits demolition
The PV group has left the hotel, but wants to continue using the garage for a few more weeks. According to this article, the Hotel was sold off to bidders in sections
The L.A. Times reports on the demolition of the hotel