Mavis, Va., is the hometown of Mavis Van Buren, a singer-songwriter who was one of the original members of the Grateful Dead.
He died in 2007, but his legacy lives on through his songs.
The Mavis Hotel is a hotel in Transylviania, Romania, which has a capacity of 5,000 people, according to its website.
The hotel is a new hotel that opened in November 2018.
It’s not the first Mavis to open a hotel.
The Mavis Inn opened in 2012.
The owner, Mavis Vite, said the hotel was built by a couple of friends.
He said it is a “family-owned and operated hotel,” according to a story in Romania’s state-run TVR news agency.
“We are here to support our friends and family and provide them with the same hospitality we offer all of our guests,” he said in a statement.
The hotel was a hit.
It had 3,000 rooms, according the website.
“We had guests from all over the world come and stay with us.
It was a beautiful experience for us,” the hotel’s website says.
The property also features a pool and spa.
The owners of the Mavis had previously opened a hotel called The Mavses in Washington, D.C., which had a capacity between 1,000 and 2,000.
The new hotel opened in August 2018.
The building is owned by the Romanian state-owned construction company RTE.
RTE is the largest employer in the country, according a report from the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Development.
The government has not provided information about the future of the hotel.
Romania’s government has been trying to find ways to boost tourism and develop tourism and economic development.
It is one of a handful of countries where the number of visitors is down due to economic uncertainty, according at least one economist.
In June, the Romanian government approved a controversial bill that would impose fines of up to 10,000 euros ($13,600) on hotel owners who do not comply with rules on building a new or renovated hotel.
The bill is part of a broader government push to boost the tourism sector, including a law that aims to provide more jobs and boost tax revenues.
The law is also aimed at preventing “liquor tourism,” where people buy alcohol and then drink it at bars and restaurants.