Groups visiting Bryan-College Station, Texas—home to the main campus of Texas A&M University—can do so in style now that The Stella Hotel opened this spring.
Meetings and conventions groups will soon have a new option with the summer opening of The Hotel at the University of Maryland.
The Caribbean island of St. Kitts will be getting an entirely new luxury experience when the Park Hyatt St. Kitts opens on Nov. 1.
Crowne Plaza's new Plaza Workspaces are flexible lobby-based meeting areas for solo workers or groups of up to 10 people.
A city with a thriving cultural life and rich artistic heritage, Buenos Aires is the first partner to take on the Art Basel Cities initiative.
The 600-room hotel will help redefine Portland as a meetings destination, drawing dozens of large events and conventions every year.
A new influx of hotels in Austin is making the city a serious hub for meetings.
Making its way into the Asian market, Rocco Forte Hotels also has plans to open a property in Shanghai next year.
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.
Settling into the local life has become a sought-after luxury for attendees, and Norma Bock, meeting industry director for the Quito Tourism Board, says this culturally rich destination in the Andes is happy to deliver.
Oahu meetings offer luxury that is as authentic as its natural bounty and aloha spirit.
Two new luxury hotels expand the VIP experience for groups visiting Vancouver.
In addition to opening its first European hotel (Nobu Hotel Shoreditch) in London this June, Nobu plans to open another European property in Ibiza, Spain on June 30.
Much quirkier, the hotel’s new owners plan to restore the hotel’s haunted room 311 to what it would have looked like in 1926.