The LaCumbre Golf and Country Club contracted to extend membership privileges, including use of its golf course, to guests of the Santa Barbara Hotel for $ 300 per month. When the hotel was totally destroyed by fire and no longer able to take in guests, it stopped making monthly payments on a contract it had with the country club. LaCumbre then sued the hotel to recover the balance owed on the contract. During a court trial, the hotel contended that the destruction of its building excused further performance of its responsibilities under the contract. Is the hotel correct?

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