Planners who want to score big with sports-minded groups should check out the College Football Hall of Fame, which will use extensive memorabilia collections and sophisticated technology to fully immerse […]
Call it a meeting planner’s rock & roll fantasy: Hard Rock Hotel Riviera Maya. It’s Hard Rock’s fourth and largest all-inclusive in Mexico, at 1,264 rooms, and has the added […]
“Last year, Navajo artists turned a painting that was collaboratively put together by a visiting group into a masterpiece—powerful experience.”
The Park will beckon attendees outside in a locale that typically wows from behind closed doors.
Part of Caesars Entertainment, THE LINQ offers more than 30 retail, dining and entertainment venues, including nine spaces bookable for private group functions.
It’s hard to fathom that the Regent Theatre, one of the last picture palaces in Australia, has survived floods, fire and 20 years of darkness since opening in 1929.
Disney’s innovative form of storytelling adds fresh perspective to meetings and events—and from one of the world’s most recognizable creative content companies, we’d expect nothing less.
Even with competition from other gaming towns, Vegas is still the No. 1 destination for business meetings.
Universal Orlando Resort is buzzing with anticipation for the Diagon Alley expansion of The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, set to double the size of the area.
“With the increased pressures on meeting planners and event organizers to attract, retain and engage attendees, coupled with the responsibility to “do more with less,” planners are seeking out venues that allow them to provide an impressive presentation and maximize their budget.”