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Boutique Hotel's 'Global Day of Discovery' Includes Music and Dance in Tampa

Exclusive Entertainment Planned at Renaissance Tampa International Plaza Hotel

TAMPA, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 06/23/14 -- Inviting travelers to "Live Life to Discover," one of the top hotels near International Plaza in Tampa will provide an exclusive music and dance performance along with featured food and beverage specials in celebration of the Renaissance hotel brand's "Global Day of Discovery."

Setting the stage to help travelers make time to discover a better business trip, the Renaissance Tampa International Plaza Hotel is one of 155 Renaissance hotels around the world participating in this third annual event and invites guests to enjoy the talents of Nalisio Taveras and Son Salvaje from 6 to 9 p.m. on Thursday, June 26. Set to take place amidst the rich ambiance of the hotel lobby "Day of Discovery" guests can relax comfortably and enjoy the entertainment along with special menu items and drinks, available for just $5.

Nalisio Taveras is one of Tampa Bay's most in-demand artists. A singer, composer and musician, he directs Son Salvaje, a six-piece Latin band that specializes in salsa, merengue, bachata, cha cha and Latin jazz. Joining the musical group will be a dance troupe featuring Jorge Chaven, a dance instructor, competitive dancer and member of the Renaissance Tampa International Plaza Hotel team. The dance troupe will perform as well as provide dance lessons for guests.

"Day of Discovery" menu specials will include grilled marinated shrimp skewers, crispy tostones with traditional garlic aioli and made-to-order guacamole with chips. The evening's food will be prepared by the talented chefs of the hotel's own award-winning Pelagia Trattoria, where fine dining is defined through the tasty menus and delightful experience found inside what has often been praised as the best Italian restaurant in Tampa. Gabriella's Lobby Bar will be creating drinks for the occasion, with the unique menu of specials including a house-made sangria, Cigar City Jai Ali draft beer and Cuban Society (raspberry mojito). As events unfold, guests will be treated to complimentary coffee beverages from Buddy Brew Coffee and a PaintNite.com class in the hotel lobby.

Come Discovery Tampa with us on June 26th.

About the Renaissance Tampa International Plaza Hotel
The Renaissance Tampa International Plaza Hotel welcomes guests to enjoy a boutique hotel experience in the heart of Tampa's Westshore business district. The Tampa hotel's convenient location puts guests near International Plaza for great shopping and dining adventures and offers easy access to Busch Gardens, Florida Aquarium and other popular area attractions. Stylish guest rooms, many with courtyard views, provide gracious amenities, pampering travelers with marble bathrooms, plug-in technology, premium movie channels, enhanced high-speed Internet access and 24-hour room service. Concierge level accommodations are also available for added comfort and the hotel features 12,500 square feet of meeting and event space ideal for hosting business meetings, corporate conferences and elegant social events.

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CONTACT:
Renaissance Tampa International Plaza Hotel
4200 Jim Walter Blvd
Tampa, Florida 33607 USA
1-813-877-9200
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/tpaim-renaissance-tampa-international-plaza-hotel/

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