While overall wine sales have slowed in recent years, at least in the United States, oenophiles have started to consume more — and demand — better quality wines. To attract this traveler, hotels and resorts are increasingly ordering private-label bottles, producing their own and ramping up wine-centric experiences. For more on these oenophile experiences, Click Here!
Last year, Tampa International Airport created the The All-Access program, which allowed Tampa Bay residents to enjoy its airside restaurants on Saturdays. Earlier today, TPA announced that this popular airside dining initiative will now be available everyday. To read more on Kyla Fields article, Click Here!
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Locals have long professed their love for Tampa International Airport, but one ranking has officially moved TPA up to first class. The Wall Street Journal called Tampa International the best among midsize airports in its annual survey ranking the best large and midsize airports in the country. The results were released Wednesday. To read more of Brandon Meyer's article, Click [...]
More than a century after Plant died, historians are still uncovering information about the man who was instrumental in Tampa’s development. To honor him, the Henry B. Plant Museum on the University of Tampa campus will host a special lecture and book signing, and, of course, serve birthday cake on October 27 at 2 p.m. [...]
MSC Cruises, a Switzerland-based cruise line, announced Thursday that it will add Tampa as a new homeport starting in November 2020. To read more about the advantages in Brent Ward's article, Click Here!
Marriott International, the world's largest hotel chain, said Wednesday it will eliminate small plastic bottles of shampoo, conditioner and bath gel from its hotel rooms worldwide by December 2020. They'll be replaced with larger bottles or wall-mounted dispensers, depending on the hotel. Read more on how they plan to accomplish this task, Click Here!
As tourism analyst Chris Klauda was on her way from Tennessee to Tampa, she chatted with a fellow traveler: "a classic millennial." "She told me Tampa was the new Miami," Klauda said during a Thursday morning presentation to a group of Hillsborough County hoteliers. To Read more on this, Click Here!
Now that the hotel industry has largely embraced bans on plastic straws, one major hotel group aims to eliminate the next set of plastic targets: mini bottles of shampoo, conditioner, lotion and the like. To read more about the steps they are willing to take, Click Here!
If Orlando-based lawyer John Morgan has his way, millions of Florida workers could be getting a raise. To read more about how he is going to accomplish this, Click Here!