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Victoria lost about 1,000 hotel rooms over last 4 years, realtor says
Air Date: Jan 08, 2017 9:00 PM PT
“There’s no question [tourists] are going to pay more than they ever have here. We’ve seen room rates increase over the last four years by more than a third.”
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