I believe the current popular use of the term bando comes from the genre of music called "Hip-Hop/Rap" (per my Amazon Music.) Not sure if you guys have heard of it or heard any of it but it is quite commonly heard in reference to "trapping."
I do find it hard to believe that one could describe the term Bando more eloquently than the examples found on UrbanDictionary.com. Example follows.
An abandoned building where illegal narcotics (drugs) are sold. Also known as a trap house.
"Bussin' out the bando!"
"She my trap queen, let her hit the bando."
"Jeremy, let's hit the bando today, we gone buy something good, getting higher than clouds boy!"
Hence the reason you hear it all the time on YouTube vloggers and such.
So, next time you get that itch to "buss" on out of something might I suggest the bando?
That is way cooler than the modern use of Bando. Although you say there was
a Bando Hotel. Could the Bando be a bando?