1% hotel tax receipts show growth year over year

RHODE ISLAND'S 1 PERCENT hotel tax collections showed double-digit year-over-year growth through November. Pictured is the Chanler at Cliff Walk hotel in Newport. / COURTESY THE CHANLER AT CLIFF WALK
RHODE ISLAND'S 1 PERCENT hotel tax collections showed double-digit year-over-year growth through November. Pictured is the Chanler at Cliff Walk hotel in Newport. / COURTESY THE CHANLER AT CLIFF WALK
PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island hotels saw year-over-year increases in collections of 1 percent hotel tax in November, according to data released by the state Department of Revenue Wednesday. The tax collections – which are made at hotels as well as through hosting platforms and room resellers, and realtors and home owners – totaled $264, 286…

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