The Big Sur hotel and resorts in New York have been hit hard by the drought, which has cut off the city’s supply of water.
But some visitors have taken to Airbnb and other sites to find ways to survive, such as trekking through the city in a backpack or even taking a bus in a van.
But the hotel chain that owns the Big Sur is having to make some tough choices about whether to offer more accommodations.
“It’s really tough to say right now what the future of the hotel will be, but we are doing some very tough things in terms of building capacity and improving our guest experience,” said Chris Eiseman, the executive director of the Big Soaring.
“That’s really our focus.”
Eisman added that Airbnb, which is currently in talks to buy the property, would not be the first hotel company to try to lure guests to its properties.
But Airbnb has struggled with staying afloat as the economy has been contracting and demand for rooms has been declining.
“I think it’s really unfortunate that this is a time of financial uncertainty,” Eisaman said.
“We can’t afford to stay in a hotel that’s not really sustainable, especially with the cost of living so high.”
Eisner, the hotel group’s CEO, said that hotel occupancy rates have been falling for more than a year and that he was working with the city to see if there are any ways to improve the quality of its lodging.
“Our hotel management team is looking at the impact of this on our guests and the hotel,” he said.
Eiselman said the company has been working with city officials to address the problems that it says have created a financial burden on hotel owners and the city.
Eisner said he is confident that his company is on the right track.
“If you look at the past 10 years, we’ve made huge strides in the hotel industry, and we have a long-term vision that’s based on creating new jobs and creating good economic opportunity,” he added.