Posts Tagged ‘business travel’

Jacksonville Caribbean Festival

Wednesday, July 20th, 2016




Weekend of August 13th, 2016

Jacksonville Caribbean CarnivalNot going to the Caribbean this year? No worries…come visit the Jacksonville Caribbean Festival to enjoy new experiences, celebrate and get to know all the diverse Caribbean cultures, and spoil yourself in the festivities!

The Jacksonville Caribbean Festival celebrates all Caribbean cultures with a day of live music, dancing, authentic cuisine, artists, vendors and a parade. Before heading to the festival portion of this event, grab a spot for the parade and check out the vibrant costumes, elaborate floats, and traditional dance troupes while the sounds of calypso, soca and steel drums can be heard throughout the area. Finish your day with a Caribbean-style Mardis Gras festival that doubles as an elaborate food festival showcasing the exquisite flavors and aromas of authentic Caribbean cuisine as well as Caribbean craft displays, catchy steel drum music and live performances.

For additional information click on Jacksonville Caribbean Festival . This year’s event you don’t want to miss! Make your reservations today!

Looking for an alternative to your traditional hotel stay?  Try one of the Florida Bed & Breakfast Inns they are sure not to disappoint!

Club Continental SuitesClub Continental Suites, nestled on the banks of the St. John’s River under towering, moss draped oaks, this former private estate is now a romantic and intimate bed & breakfast and private club. Fifteen oversized river suites & seven rooms in the original 1923 mansion beckon you to step back in time to Old World Florida.

Riverdale InnRiverdale Inn Bed & Breakfast In Jacksonville at the turn of the century, 50 mansions lined Riverside Avenue in an area known as “The Row”. Today, only two of these fabled homes remain. The Riverdale Inn is one of them. A beautifully restored Victorian style Bed and Breakfast located in the heart of Riverside, in Jacksonville, Florida.


Advocate for Bed and Breakfast Inns

Tuesday, August 18th, 2015

Royal Palm woman serves as Advocate for Bed and Breakfast Inns

Florida Boutique Inn Collection

Friday, October 11th, 2013

PoncedeLeonThe Florida Bed and Breakfast Inns is proud to introduce the Boutique Collection of Inns to the already fabulous collection of Florida Bed and Breakfast Inns.  There seems to be some overlap between the concept of a small boutique inn and a bed and breakfast. Boutique Inns are described as personalized, customized, unique, and individual, combining historic details with chic elegance.  The most important defining features of boutique Inns are cultural, historical, authenticity; the boutique hotel is not part of a chain and that it provides interesting, unique services. Other important defining descriptors of boutique hotels include, social spaces such as living rooms, libraries with social rooms and many, high-quality inroom features.

 A “Boutique Inns” describes an approach and attitude, with no regard to hotel size. A Boutique hotel is a term that describes Inns that contain luxury facilities of varying size in unique or intimate settings with full service accommodations. Typically boutique hotels are furnished in a themed and stylish manner. Boutique Inns are often individual and focused on offering their services in a comfortable, intimate, and welcoming setting.

Guest rooms and suites may be fitted with telephone and Wi-Fi Internet, air-conditioning, honesty bars and cable TV, but sometimes none of these, focusing on quiet and comfort rather than gadgetry. Guest services are often attended to by 24 hour staff members.  Many boutique hotels have on-site dining facilities, and offer bars and lounges that may also be open to the general public.  Boutique Inns have typically been unique properties operated by individuals or companies with a small collection.

Travelers nowadays expect more than simple comfort and convenience. An increasing number of travelers prefer to be “surprised”. When planning trips, they seek properties that are noticeably different in look and feel from branded hotels. The Florida Bed and Breakfast Inns Boutique Collection have met a standard established by FBBI, Select Registry, 4 Diamond, AAA 4 Star or Superior Small Lodging White Glove Award, so you can be assured of the highest quality and standards if you choose a Florida Bed and Breakfast Boutique Collection Inn.


Business Travelers Head to NW Florida Bed and Breakfasts

Thursday, June 24th, 2010
A quiet place...

Work in a quiet place, at NW Florida bed and breakfasts.

Northwest Florida bed and breakfasts are well equipped to meet the needs of business travelers, and welcome them to the area.

Business travel affords a great opportunity to explore the area visited. Since time is limited when you travel for business, every minute counts. Instead of suffering through rehydrated eggs and microwaved muffins at the breakfast buffet in the corporate hotel, enjoy a sumptuous breakfast of handmade biscuits, fresh fruits and fresh off the skillet eggs. Return to your NW Florida bed and breakfast after a hard day and unwind over wine and cheese in the parlor, chatting with the innkeepers and other guests. Get honest recommendations for the best places to dine in the area, not a list of fast food restaurants.

Many NW Florida bed and breakfasts offer high-speed, wireless internet. Many have printing, copying and fax services available. All innkeepers will go out of their way to help meet your business needs.

Business as Usual in Quincy

Wednesday, May 5th, 2010

Quincy is a business hub in Northwest Florida, and Quincy Bed and Breakfasts readily welcome business travelers.

Quincy is located in Gladson County, midway between Pensacola, on the northwest border of Florida, and Jacksonville, far to the northeast. It became an important hub in the 1820’s, when these two cities shared responsibility for governing Florida and it was clear that a more central location was necessary. Nearby Tallahassee is the capital of Florida today, but Quincy is the site of the first legislative buildings in this part of Florida. It has been an important Florida city since that time. (more…)

Happy New Year from Florida Inns

Thursday, December 31st, 2009

The innkeepers and staff of Florida Bed and Breakfasts wish to thank all of you who stayed with us during 2009.

We enjoyed getting to know you, hosting your weddings, celebrating your anniversaries, and helping you have a comfortable business trip. We are happy that you choose to stay in bed and breakfasts Florida, whatever the reasons for your travel.

We look forward to seeing familiar faces and welcoming new guests in 2010.

Happy New Year.

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