The hotel lost its lodging permit in December, and it's been unclear whether or not it would open by Hotter'N Hell for the riders who pre-paid to stay in the hotel for this year's ride.
Chip Filer with Hotter'N Hell says he spoke with Windsor Business Solutions on Monday, which is the company that owns the New Grand Hotel.
Although they still have no lodging permit, the company claims they have a number of permits in process with the city.
Larry Williams with Windsor Business says they have about fifty-five rooms reserved for Hotter'N Hell weekend and they plan to have those available by then.
We will be following up with the health department and will have more updates for you once we know more.
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