Louis Taic bought the Hotel de Soleil in September, just as tourism in South Florida began its freefall. Although the hotelier said “deep financial doo-doo” is the order of the day, fiscally, he is also planning adjustments and innovations that will allow the hotel to survive the downturn. Launched in 2007 as a Regent, the luxury hotel floundered and was sold to Taic, who calls the current incarnation a five star hotel at a four-star price.
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