Above the Arctic Circle about a 90-minute flight north from Stockholm, ICEHOTEL is the 21st century poster child for sustainable meetings. Huge chunks of ice the...
Registered as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1996, the historic center of Porto in northern Portugal is located along the Douro River facing the Liberdade...
A meeting planner told us recently why Seattle is one of her favorite destinations for groups, and during our discussion she pointed out the Experience...
A study in contrasts, Bangkok’s ancient golden temples glimmer amidst a skyline dominated by modern glass highrises. It’s a city comfortable with both the old and...
Any doubts about Mexico’s ability to host large international conferences and conventions were put to rest last December when over 15,000 delegates from 193...
A study in contrasts, Bangkok’s ancient golden temples glimmer amidst a skyline dominated by modern glass highrises. It’s a city comfortable with both the...
In December last year, the first “AVE” high-speed train departed from Madrid for the coastal city of Valencia—ranked the third busiest MICE destination in...
Groups can exponentially expand their experience in Montreal with a local guide, arguably more so than anywhere else in North America due to the native French language.
When national media are all saying JCT Kitchen & Bar in Atlanta has some of the best fried chicken and best drinks in the country, you might think about taking a group there.
While staying at the grande dame of New York hotels, there is an undeniable thrill when texting your friends: “I’m at The Pierre!”
Tucked into to a quaint stretch of brick-laden street in the midst of Madrid’s historic literary district, Las Letras, the new and overtly sexy 85-room NH Palacia de Tepa debuted last October.
“The debut of Sheraton brand in Udaipur is great news for international groups and fans of India."
Opened in 2008 inside a converted post office warehouse, the URBN is China’s first carbon neutral hotel with design elements like reclaimed wood for flooring and dozens of old leather suitcases used for wall-covering in the lobby.
To create an event in Beijing, just take a walk in the park. Or book an emperor’s private quarter.
“Luxury” and “Value” are relative terms depending on the client or company, especially in these transformative times. Here are some destinations from Alabama to Lausanne ranging from upscale to ultra-luxe. However, the experience, pricing and design work together to provide real impact and value in anybody’s book.
Castles, kilts + kissin' the old course.
Together, Phoenix and Scottsdale provide a powerful meetings/incentive combo thanks to the prolific infrastructure upgrades and world-beating golf, spa and cuisine.
One is the original Grand Dame. One is a bit of a hipster haven. Here's where you can have it all.
Combine American-style meeting space with authentic, upscale island experiences.
Last year’s opening of the $61 million, 25-acre Mazatlan International Center facility, serves as a brilliant addition to the upscale Marina Mazatlan area.
Belfast, Dublin + the Viscount.
The multi-culti Middle East.
Norfolk is incredibly proud of its maritime history, and with good reason. Founded 400 years ago, the city weathered several attacks from sea in its early days, and today, the city is a meetings hot spot with weathered brick streets, a US Naval base, a wealth of waterborne group experiences and high-end seafood restaurants that speak to that history.
Oklahoma City has the largest Cowboy Museum in the US. Shanghai is reinventing its Paris of the East vibe after Expo 2010. Here's a look at these and other culture places and creative spaces to enthrall and educate your group.
Singapore wants you to know they've made a few changes lately.