The easement in a right to use the land for a specific purpose, only. You right to the trees remains yours. The easment holder would bear the expenses of normal improvements but a hotel is not normal utilities if properly located below the subgrade may remain in place. When the utilities need service then you would have to restore the road. Get the easement redefined before naything else happens while you are still talking.
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You still own the land and should receive the profits from the sale of any timber there.
I don't understand why a right of way requires the utilities to be moved. Having said that, it is the financial obligation of the easement holder to maintain or improve the easement area. If the improvements will cause you to temporarily move out of your home, then yes the easement holder should pay for that inconvenience.
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