Off-Paris Seine will be housed in a converted catamaran—ideal for small groups looking for a quirky way to experience the City of Lights.
The Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group has announced plans to open a 158-room hotel in downtown Boca Raton in 2017, marking its second South Florida property.
Downtown Durham got a lot hipper this year with the opening of the 21c Museum Hotel.
As the the largest hotel company in Spain, 99 percent of Melia Hotels International’s forthcoming hotels are taking root outside of the country.
Minneapolis is all aflutter these days as excitement over the upcoming 2018 Super Bowl shapes the city in bold and creative ways.
Australia’s hotel offerings and bespoke experiences expand.
India is firmly planted in the incentive spotlight with the Site Global Conference having just visited in October.
An unforgettable, off-the-beaten-path epicurean experience awaits groups in Portland.
The 99-room Gainsborough Bath Spa opened in the spring as the only natural thermal spa in the United Kingdom.
A round-up of innovative event spaces and experiential meetings ideas ranging from traditional tea ceremonies and Korean theater at the Madang Gardens at the Gyeongwonjae Ambassador Hotel, South Korea, to Amsterdam’s historic and painstakingly renovated Rijksmuseum in the Netherlands.
The 9,000-sf venue offers floor-to-ceiling panoramic views of New York and its most iconic sites.
“Our only aim was to build a nest for creative people where they are able to invent, develop, and present new trends in a fertile haven.”
“The extension of the Belfast Waterfront will allow Belfast to be a front runner in attracting major medical conferences (with 1,000-plus delegates).”
Mexico’s largest hotel operator has embarked on its first international expansion with five properties set for Miami, Washington, D.C., Los Angeles, Houston and Chicago beginning in 2017.
“IPEC Las Vegas is unique because it is deliberately not located in the center of the bustling Las Vegas Strip—yet it is located very near McCarran International Airport.”
The Caribbean-inspired Loews Sapphire Falls Resort will be Universal Orlando® Resort’s fifth on-site hotel when it opens in 2016.
Each island nation of the Caribbean has its own distinct feel and unique experiential offerings for group travel.
“The conference center really highlights the shift of what Atlantic City is going through, adding attractions and products that bring in non-gaming revenue.”
“Visit Anaheim is a name that travel enthusiasts and conventioneers can easily find and understand.”
“The oceanfront resort features a sophisticated and modern architectural design, which blends representative textures, color and elements from the Baja region.”
New brands at Lowes Hotels & Resorts provide new options for upscale meetings and incentive travel programs.
“Fiesta Americana Puebla will address the demand for hotel services that appeal to high-end business and leisure travelers coming to the city.”
“The goal of the hub is be a gathering place to share and inspire each other to keep on exploring.”
“The natural woods, unique lighting elements and separate, casual seating areas, truly evoke the sense of being in a stylish lounge, rather than a formal meeting room.”
Not only is Jekyll Island one of the most beautiful barrier islands in the country, it is rich in history. And now it will be a convention magnet with the addition of a new Westin resort.