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Hospitality & Tourism
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AAA Northeast last week recognized 10 Rhode Island hotels and one Seekonk hotel with its highest ratings for quality and service. more
Providence was named the most “up and coming city” in the annual “Best of GayCities” challenge, putting it on the “national radar,” according to the travel site. more
Five percent hotel tax collections increased over the year by nearly 6 percent in October, and jumped almost 13 percent when comparing the first four months of the fiscal year with the same period last year, the state Department of Revenue reported this week. more
Barcelona, Mexico City, Malta, Bordeaux in France, and – Providence! The New York Times listed the top 52 places to go in 2016, and Rhode Island’s capital city was No. 33 on the list. more
Meal and beverage tax collections, as well as hotel tax collections, grew over the year in October and on a fiscal year- to-date basis, the state Department of Revenue reported Wednesday. more
Diners are encouraged to “take a bite out of winter” during Providence Winter Restaurant Weeks, which begin Jan. 10 and run through Jan. 23. more
(Updated, 4:55 p.m.) For the first time, three of the Newport mansions will remain open through the winter, with the intent of enhancing the houses as year-round destinations. more
Jamestown FiSH topped the list of the top 10 seafood restaurants in New England by OpenTable for December, which also featured Boat House Waterfront Dining in Tiverton in the eighth spot. more
The Chanler at Cliff Walk has been recognized as the best hotel in Rhode Island by Travel + Leisure. more
(Updated 1:25 p.m.) Myrna George, the CEO and president of the South County Tourism Council, is leaving her post and the council is advertising the position. more
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