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Wales plans to attract more international groups in the coming years, with new venues opening and curated excursions encouraging groups to explore the country’s history.
The Dominican Republic is in the midst of major growth as new hotels, convention centers and experiences attract US groups.
Meet Puerto Rico wants meeting planners to know that the island is still very much open for business after Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Maria struck earlier this fall.
To capitalize on the spirit of gratitude the holiday cultivates, Rymax Marketing Services is launching an innovative campaign with an appropriate name: #GiveThanks.
For planners, the most appealing perk of tech may be its ability to help save money at meetings and conferences.
The Estate at Yountville has long been a Napa Valley, Calif., favorite among planners—and now it’s better than ever, thanks to the October debut of a new venue, The Vineyard and completion of renovations to 11 event spaces.
When groups visit Boise, Idaho, their typical response is “who knew?”
The return of the cruise-ship industry to these shores is a welcome sign for the U.S. Virgin Islands, which are bouncing back thanks to the dogged efforts of locals, relief organizations and the cruise-ship industry itself.
All-inclusive properties have officially joined the experiential meetings bandwagon, thanks to increased demand from attendees.
Get far away from the winter chill at these sunny, Caribbean golf resorts, offering first-rate group facilities and courses good enough for the pros.
Present at the Pink Hour was IMEX Group CEO Carina Bauer, who gives us the low-down about the event and how women are shaping the industry.
Meeting planners can glean inspiration from Kevin McCallister’s methods by giving into event technology and realizing how helpful it can really be.
On Nov. 1, Hyatt opened its first Park Hyatt hotel in the Caribbean: the 126-room Park Hyatt St. Kitts Christophe Harbour.
Meliá Hotels International grew its portfolio to a total of 45 hotel properties (existing and upcoming) in the Asia Pacific region.
Meeting planners can learn a lot about sustainable events from next week’s Greenbuild International Conference and Expo being held in Boston.
“What’s your super power?” was the theme of the digitalNow 2017 conference held at the Loews Royal Pacific Resort within Universal Orlando Resort.
The Mexican state of Yucatan should be on your radar, with the opening of the Yucatan International Convention Center in Merida.
Room Mate Hotels, a Spanish hotel company, is making life easier for its deaf and hearing-impaired attendees—and in turn, making these communication needs less of a concern for meeting planners.
The Buenos Aires Expo and Convention Center opened in Recoleta, a centralized neighborhood that gives attendees access to popular museums and attractions in Argentina’s capital city.
The messages behind folkloric tales still ring true today—so much so that meeting planners can use them to navigate the enchanted forest of negotiation.
The 154-room HALCYON hotel, located in Denver’s Cherry Creek area, welcomes groups with its sleek, contemporary look—and its emphasis on charity.
Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville empire continues to expand with a rebranding of two resorts in Missouri and Costa Rica—both of which cater to groups.
Meeting planners will be happy to know that The Bahamas is still very much open for business, with a slew of new experiences to offer groups in 2018.
Here are three dynamic Southern hotels bringing that community bread-making experience back for groups to glean a sense of camaraderie through unique “bread make and break” activities.
Here are five interactive experiences for groups looking to stay at boutique properties in warm-weather destinations from California to the Riviera Maya.