Updated September 24 at 3:21pm
Hospitality & Tourism
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Collette, the world tour operator based in Pawtucket, said Monday it is encouraging future travelers to the City of Light to take a wait-and-see approach before changing travel plans. more
(Updated 12:57 p.m.) Former state Chief Marketing Officer Betsy Wall will be paid half her salary – approximately $67,500, plus up to $500 for opting out of medical coverage, according to a severance agreement released by the R.I. Commerce Corp. on Wednesday. more
An international body that accredits arboretums has recognized the 88 landscapes cared for by the Preservation Society of Newport County as an official arboretum. more
Boat House Waterfront Dining made OpenTable’s list of the 100 Best Al Fresco Dining Restaurants in America. 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
(Updated 11:30 a.m.) Renaissance Providence Hotel workers voted to join Unite Here Local 217 on Thursday, with 23 in favor and 17 opposed. 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
Local 1 percent hotel, meal and beverage tax collections increased year over year in August, the state Department of Revenue said Wednesday. more
Of all the Travel + Leisure lists to show up on, this is not the best. Providence was rated No. 13 on the travel magazine’s list of America’s Rudest Cities. But at least it wasn’t Boston, which came in at No. 7 in this most recent release based on T&L’s America’s Favorite Places reader survey. more
The Wyndham Garden Providence, the city’s sole waterfront hotel, announced Friday it is in the stages of rebranding and will soon become the Hilton Garden Inn Providence Hotel. more
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