Articles tagged “connecticut”

Tourism

New Jersey, New York and Connecticut to Ask Visitors From Several States to Self-Quarantine

The policy also applies to New Yorkers who travel to one of these states and then return home. Those states include: Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, Washington, Utah and Texas.

New Jersey, New York and Connecticut to Ask Visitors From Several States to Self-Quarantine

Hotels

This Literary Bed-and-Breakfast Continues to Thrive in the Age of Airbnb

The Old Mystic Inn is proof that the basic tenets of good hospitality--and plenty of good stories--make for a long-lasting business.

This Literary Bed-and-Breakfast Continues to Thrive in the Age of Airbnb

Tourism

Ralph Nader New Museum Devoted to Beating Corporate America Opens

It's like a presidential library for the underdog.

Ralph Nader New Museum Devoted to Beating Corporate America Opens

Hotels

Hotel Guests in Connecticut Pay the Highest State Lodging Tax

Get ready to pay high lodging taxes in New England, and possibly high taxes in other states that leave the decision to tax hotel room rentals up to municipalities or counties.

Hotel Guests in Connecticut Pay the Highest State Lodging Tax

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Connecticut Tourism Sticks with “Still Revolutionary” Slogan for Summer Campaign

It can be difficult to select a tourism slogan that resonates with locals and visitors so most tourism marketing agencies build and iterate on themes that work rather than try to strike ad gold more than once.

Connecticut Tourism Sticks with “Still Revolutionary” Slogan for Summer Campaign

Rail

The NYC-Connecticut Fast Train Line May Come With A Hefty Price Tag

Whichever way the politics falls, the commuting life of suburban travelers into New York City is not improving any time soon.

The NYC-Connecticut Fast Train Line May Come With A Hefty Price Tag

Tourism

Connecticut’s $27 million tourism campaign is revolutionary in its own way

Funny that Discover New England deleted Connecticut from the map when the state didn't pay its dues. But the embarrassment was a kick in the pants to a state that has historically done a poor job promoting what it has to offer.

Connecticut’s $27 million tourism campaign is revolutionary in its own way

Tourism

North America’s biggest casino thinks expansion will solve its problems

As each new state adds some kind of gaming, destination casinos will continue to have problems that they can expand themselves out of.

Tourism

Tourism campaign portrays Connecticut as a good place to do business and enjoy fall foliage

TV spots are marketed wisely: leisure ads go to New York for weekenders and day-trippers, while business-focused ads are aired nationally and likely benefit from the state’s proximity to Manhattan.