The Guam Aurora Resort Villa & Spa will be temporarily closing its rooms effective June 1 said Mark L. Day general manager. The hotel's wedding chapel spa restaurants and other food and beverage outlets will remain open Day said. "This is a temporary closure "" Day told the Journal. ""It's not at all a pullout from Guam or an overall closure."" While the island is experiencing a downturn in tourist arrivals due to global economic conditions and more recently concern over the spread of swine flu the island's long-term prospects are positive and the hotel will use . . .
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