With a stay at Gainesville Hotel & Conference Center in Gainesville, you'll be minutes from North Florida Regional Medical Center and Oaks Mall. This hotel is within the vicinity of Sante Fe College and Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art.
Make yourself at home in one of the 152 air-conditioned guestrooms. Complimentary high-speed (wired) Internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming is available for your entertainment. Conveniences include coffee/tea makers and irons/ironing boards, and you can also request microwaves.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Take advantage of recreation opportunities such as a fitness facility, or other amenities including concierge services and wedding services.
A complimentary continental breakfast is included.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include complimentary high-speed (wired) Internet access, a 24-hour business center, and business services. Event facilities at this hotel consist of small meeting rooms, a ballroom, and banquet facilities. Free parking is available onsite.
As an avid athlete in his spare time, Doctor of Chiropractic Kent Owens knows what’s at stake when it comes to maintaining a strong, properly functioning spine. At Dr. Owens’s own advanced chiropractic center, Core Family Health and Wellness, he puts his years of education—both on the field and in the classroom—to use as he gently adjusts spines and soothes aching muscles with massage therapy.
Though it is highly sanitized and filled with a dizzying array of advanced equipment, the ivory-toned clinic maintains a warm, non-intimidating atmosphere. This may be due to Dr. Owens’s friendly smile and demeanor as he sits behind the controls of a NASA-certified nerve-analysis machine or patiently explains to terrified clients why their x-rays look a lot like skeletons. Committed to holistic well-being, Dr. Owens also offers a weight-loss program that focuses on quickly pinching waistlines without relying on a crash diet. His doors remain open to clients with questions, and he even hosts a series of patient-appreciation events aptly entitled Dinner with the Doc.
Taste of Europe's shelves are filled with edible nostalgia. Owners and friends Gene Basov and Marat Tsitolovsky grew up together in Ukraine, and now stock their Overland Park grocery with traditional candies, smoked sprats, and other comestibles that are bound to make Eastern European transplants feel a bit at home.
?I enjoy dealing with people and taking them back to their childhood ? down memory lane,? Basov told The Kansas City Jewish Chronicle. Customers often come into the shop to request specific European foods, and Basov searches until he finds them.
English tea, French truffle salt, and Israeli jams are a few delicacies to be found on the shelves. There's also a deli stocked with European sausages and Kosher meats, and a bakery section filled with traditional cakes and pastries. Though the market caters to customers with European ties, it also welcomes shoppers who simply want to try something new, or who wish to impress friends with souvenirs from imaginary vacations.
Personal trainers, coaches, and fitness professionals helm the staff at Complete Nutrition, drawing from their in-depth wellness knowledge to fulfill the company's philosophy that health is based on four components—hydration, supplements, diet, and exercise. They heed those guidelines as they curate an immense roster of vitamins, herbs, and nutrition supplements, many of which are developed by health-care experts, nutritionists, and chemists exclusively for the store. Their sundry products are designed to help patrons lose weight, enhance their athletic ability, or bolster their overall health, and many target more specific goals, such as building enough muscle to defeat Popeye in an arm-wrestling match.
Tobin Wagstaff has traveled quite an interesting path: he founded a nonprofit music school, and, in a turn of events profiled on ABC’s Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, hobnobbed with rock royalty Kiss. All the while, Studio Percussion has been teaching pupils to tickle the ivories, strum the guitar, drum up a storm, and sing their favorite tunes, whether they’re jazz ballads or traditional Klingon folk songs. The instructors—all of whom remain active in the industry—help to whisk their pupils into the limelight during performances at UF sporting events, city music festivals, homecoming parades, and even family jam nights, during which participants take turns reciting their ancestral lineage to music.
Located just a few blocks from the University of Florida, Wolfgang Boutique keeps clients looking chic with a curated selection of clothing by brands such as Cheap Monday and Motel. Here, it doesn't take long to put together an on-trend ensemble for nearly any occasion. Lacy crop tops and designer jumpsuits share shelf-space with flowing dresses, leather-accented shorts, and edgy swimwear designs sure to impress. It's no wonder, then, that one Examiner contributor named the boutique one of Gainesville's best, go so far as to describe it as "the go-to shop for trendy, sophisticated women and men."