Meetings in Albany are firmly on the map with the opening of the new Albany Capital Center just steps from the New York State Capitol.
With its royal palaces, centuries-old Buddhist temples and traditional hanok villages, it’s not hard for groups coming to South Korea to quickly soak up the country’s vibrant culture. But this isn't the whole shebang.
See how San Antonio's River Walk is getting even more appealing to planners.
New hotels, restaurants, retail, an event pier, marina and riverfront park will help redefine the city’s River District, connected by an about two-mile scenic Riverwalk.
Nine years in the making, the last phase of the convention center’s $297 million expansion will not only help the city attract larger events but also revitalize its Riverbank precinct.
New restaurant openings and 3,000 new hotel rooms slated to open by 2020. And this is just the tip of the iceberg of Seattle development.
While Quito already attracts international visitors as the first city to be named a World Heritage Cultural Site by UNESCO in 1978, this new convention center will help put Quito more on the meetings map.
A luxury vibe is rolling into in Fort Lauderdale and Hollywood, Fla., via a wave of new high-end and hyperlocal restaurants and hotels.
The fall of the iconic Riviera Hotel and Casino, the first high-rise and one of the only remaining casinos from the city’s infamous mob days, marks the steady rise of Las Vegas as a formidable meetings destination.
The history and mystery of the U.S. government is on full display at the International Spy Museum.
The angular glass facility will feature floor-to-ceiling windows, bringing a welcoming, lively atmosphere to the port.
The year of adventure is in full swing throughout the Caribbean, bringing with it an array of experiences and new hotels that aim to please.
Huntington Beach's surf culture used to define the destination at just about every turn.
Cincinnati is in the midst of an incredible run, with an estimated $2 billion investment flooding into the city's downtown core.
An estimated $2 billion investment in Cincy's downtown core breathes new life into the city.
Attendees can interact with the BCEC's main attraction, Swing Time, a set of swings with solar-powered LED lights that change color when swung at varying speeds and heights.
The Madison hotel will feature an open lobby concept dubbed The Hive, which has four distinct zones for lounging, working, eating or playing.
The new 2-mile KC Streetcar is zipping away across the downtown core, ushering groups and locals into a new era of smart city technology in the process.
“The tagline we used for the project was ‘a hotel in a park,’ and, subsequently, the rooftop pool, gardens and event spaces became known as ‘a park in a hotel.’”
Its biggest highlights will be the 10,000-sf putting green that can be used for events as well as the 4,000-sf Camelback Overlook event deck with a built-in bar.
Meandering paths guide guests through the public spaces, expanding on the idea that straight lines do not exist in nature.
See why Costa Rica is steadily improving it's position in the meetings and incentives industry.
The on-the-go airline industry offers new routes and services around the globe.
An influx of travelers has prompted noteworthy developments for Dominican Republic MICE groups.
Bogota, Colombia, is rising fast as a Latin American meetings destination.