Last year, The Daily Beast reported that Holiday Inn was looking at relocating to San Francisco.
The news of the hotel’s relocation was followed by the news that the hotel had officially closed its doors.
According to the report, Holiday Inn CEO John C. Galt announced the hotel would close its doors in 2017.
But a spokesperson told The Daily News that the company is looking for new locations for its business.
The spokesperson told the news outlet that the relocation is expected to occur this year, with plans to rebrand the hotel in 2018.
“We’re excited about the opportunity to bring our hotel and our brand to new locations in 2018,” the spokesperson told Daily News.
“We are looking for a new, vibrant and modern location that will help us grow Holiday Inn.”
Galt has been one of the most vocal proponents of President Donald Trump’s agenda, which has included a massive infrastructure bill.
Trump has also threatened to cut off funding to cities that refuse to comply with the president’s policies.
According to The Daily Mail, Galt has also expressed concern over what he described as “an influx of Mexican and other foreign tourists” to the city, which he sees as a threat to San Franciscans’ economic and cultural identity.