Since opening in midtown Manhattan in 1931, the Waldorf Astoria has hosted every U.S. president and been home to the rich and famous, from Frank Sinatra to the Duke of Windsor.
“We wanted Planet Hollywood at Disney Springs to reinvent what is expected from themed dining.”
Grupo Posadas’ La Coleccion brand emphasizes luxury, authentic Mexico and adventure experiences.
e know what Texan parties feel like. We string outdoor lights, hire a country guitar duo and set fresh sage linens with signature Texas floral inside and out. Our chefs set up their grills for the finest rib eye steaks and redfish on the half shell. Everything from the food presentation to the friendly service gives a unique nod to Texas and groups love it.
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.
“An abundance of flexible outdoor event space sets the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort apart from the competition.”
A Lowcountry oyster roast or boil can be organized for groups.
Estrel Berlin, Europe's largest hotel, convention and entertainment centre, is also one of the most sustainable gigs in town.
Built in 1912, the hotel’s rooftop once served as the perfect spot to view battles happening during the Mexican Revolution.
The $125 million renovation and expansion of the Greater Columbus Convention Center (GCCC) is soon to round completion.
“Our coworking pop-up taps into a growing trend of creating collaborative workspaces that can be used on a temporary basis in addition to traditional offices."
“We wanted to engage the curious class, the savvy guests who are sophisticated experience seekers and are looking for the next best thing—a truly original experience.”
Atlantis Paradise Island is in the news for a couple of reasons as of late.
Bar 1521 now includes iron dividers and Spanish tiles to give it the more authentic feel of a traditional Spanish tapas bar look.
Meeting planners can also organize a private beach bonfire for an evening event complete with s’mores.
A range of forward-thinking conferences, renovations and dining options are lifting Mexico into the innovative destination category.
Amping up its gastronomical game, the property now offers a new Indian restaurant and chill-out lounge bar.
A cloister with a progressive wellness agenda in the heart of downtown Quebec City has recently become an interesting option for meetings.
Meeting planners will appreciate the convenience of the property’s entirely new entrance from Pacific Avenue.
One of the property highlights is its kitchen garden, where Executive Chef Isaac Olivo cultivates petite mustard greens, heirloom tomatoes, eggplant, bell peppers and herbs to use in his dishes.
The six-story Alexa Tower, one of the two buildings comprising the hotel, still boasts brick from the original construction.
Other property highlights include the bright blue doors throughout the property that welcome attendees while warding off evil spirits, according to New Mexican tradition.
The adjoining marina also makes it easy for groups to get out on Lake Michigan and enjoy a quick escape from the boardroom.
The hotel design combines the past, present and future by preserving original features such as the lobby’s tiled mosaic arched ceiling and a marble staircase that connects the first floor to the roof.
Six conference venues debut new technologies, natural light and additional space.