The following hotels and resort chains in the United States and UK have recently announced they will be shutting down temporarily in order to improve security.

We’re currently working on our complete guide to all of the top hotels in the world, but here’s a quick summary of the major brands in the business:Hilton Vacation Resorts (US)Hotel Hotels (UK, Australia, Canada)Hotels and Resorts in the AmericasHotel and Resort Hotels in AsiaHotel Resorts(US, Canada, New Zealand)Hotresorts (Australia, New York, Singapore)Hot Resorts EuropeHotresort ResortsAsiaHotresignatureResortsIn the United Kingdom, H&M, and J Crew are among the brands announcing they will close down temporarily as part of the “Resilience for our Customers” campaign.

It follows a string of hotel closures in the country, which has seen a spate of violent attacks across the US.

The company also announced that it was closing its main store in Liverpool.

H&M said it had shut down its stores in Birmingham and Newcastle for a total of two weeks.

Hotels in SpainHotels (Spain)Hoters (Spain, US)Hotlandresorts in BrazilHotresidents (Brazil)HotResorts (Brazil, Mexico)Hotasporres(Brazil)The following hotels in Brazil have also announced they are closing temporarily in response to a “security and risk management” investigation.

Hotland Resorts was among those to announce it was suspending operations temporarily on Tuesday, while the Brazilian National Board of Hotel Management (BNTM) said they were investigating a possible terrorist threat.

Other countries in the region are also facing heightened security concerns, with the US National Police Service announcing that they have issued new warrants for “high-profile suspects” in Mexico and the UK.

A spokesman for the Mexican National Police said the agency has received “several calls from the US” and would not confirm the authenticity of the call.

“It has been determined that the suspects are in the city of Sinaloa, near Mexico City.”

The Mexican Foreign Ministry has issued a statement saying it “strongly condemns” the attack, while in the UK, British Transport Police said it was “looking into the matter”.”

It has been determined that the suspects are in the city of Sinaloa, near Mexico City.

The Mexican Foreign Ministry has issued a statement saying it “strongly condemns” the attack, while in the UK, British Transport Police said it was “looking into the matter”.

There are also fears that “anti-terrorist” measures in Spain could be affected by the threat of “suspicious activity” at some hotels.

In Mexico, police have warned that people who “display” suspicious behaviour at hotels could face arrest.

In the UK and US, there are fears that the number of reported attacks could increase.

There have been at least 20 attacks since August, with three involving hotel staff, one involving an armed robbery and the other involving a stabbing at a luxury hotel in New York.