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These days when you register at a five-star hotel, you’ll likely be asked a lot of personal questions. Will you be bringing a child? How old? What kind of car do you drive? Do you have a pet? Can you send us your pet’s picture? more
The Rhode Island Hospitality Association gave out dozens of awards Wednesday night recognizing exceptional work in the hospitality, food service and tourism industries. more
The votes against allowing casinos in two Massachusetts towns reveal clear winners and losers as they shed light on the continuing expansion of gambling in the Bay State, according to the Boston Business Journal. more
Regional bus services provider Academy Bus LLC has reached an agreement to take over charter bus operations of the Cumberland-based Conway Tours, Academy announced Wednesday. more
Newport dodged the worst of Hurricane Sandy last fall, but the damage it did sustain threatened a key piece of the city’s expansive tourism infrastructure: the Cliff Walk. more
WaterFire Providence will partner with Nursing Placement Home Health Care Services Inc. to install the latest addition to the downtown attraction — the WaterFire First Aid Station — the nonprofit arts organization announced on Friday. more
The population of Saltmarsh Sparrows is declining in Rhode Island with the loss of salt marshes due to sea-level rise – and that’s a potential concern to not only naturalists but the state’s tourism industry as well, says Scott Comings, director of land and freshwater conservation for The Nature Conservancy. more
WaterFire Providence announced on Thursday a new digital initiative known as Ignite Providence, designed to help visitors explore more of the Providence area’s art, culture and food scene on WaterFire weekends. more
Providence Mayor Angel Taveras, the Downtown Providence Parks Conservancy and Southwest Airlines Thursday opened the new Imagination Center in Burnside Park, the mayor’s office announced. more
September typically begins a strong fall tourism season, from Newport to Providence and the Blackstone Valley, say local tourism leaders. But even though the Ocean State also has plenty of woodlands, hills and scenic routes, fall-foliage tours are not part of the draw here the way they are in other New England states. more
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