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The Andaz brand by Hyatt is a business-friendly hotel group with worldwide clout and the edginess of a boutique designer brand.
Just a 45-minute drive away from New Orleans' Canal Street, the Louisiana Northshore brings groups back to nature with swamp tours, wildlife and good ole Creole cookin'.
Part #3 of 3 in our VISIT FLORIDA story on value propositions for 2013 meetings & incentive travel programs.
Part #2 of 3 in our VISIT FLORIDA story on one-of-a-kind experiences, including historic landmarks in St. Augustine, Tallahassee, Jacksonville, Ponte Vedra and the Emerald Coast.
Oklahoma City is a highly accessible, affordable destination with new restaurants, hotels and a surprising array of special event venues.
Just blocks from Music Row in Nashville and a mile from the downtown honky tonks, the 247-room Hutton Hotel separates the twang from the trendy.
Part #1 of 3 in our special VISITFLORIDA story. From Miami to Fort Lauderdale, Palm Beach, Fort Myers, Sanibel Island and Marco Island, South Florida provides groups with oceanfront venues, trendy hotels, hip nightlife and top-notch F&B.
Sustainability and customized give-back options are making a positive difference in Virginia Beach.
Few cities in the world pack such an impressive array of world class venues, hotels, restaurants and cultural attractions in such a small footprint as Singapore.
Manchester today is aggressively focused on the future and new tech, rebuilding its infrastructure after the economy collapsed when the main port closed decades ago.
2012 was the first year that corporate groups were invited to participate in Oxfam Trailwalker, a fundraising event to raise money for impoverished communities.
If Martha Stewart was a Southern girl, she’d be baking, sewing and cookbook-writing somewhere around the Inn at Palmetto in South Carolina.
Where is the best big city destination offering the most facilities and services in-demand from planners and attendees today with the highest ROI/ROE? We have a few ideas and Cape Town is near the top of the list.
Whisk your group through no-wait access to the Empire State Building’s Observation Deck and Intrepid Museum on a VIP water/land tour with the New York Water Taxi.
The boutique hotel vibe in NYC never really targeted the corporate group market. That's all in the past with the new NoMad Hotel and the Wythe Hotel.
Submerge yourself in history, literally. Next year the USS Tang Submarine Experience opens and in 2015 a $300 million expansion will be completed. Groups will learn how the war that changed the world, shaped our lives.
The value of Atlantic City revolves around good hotel pricing, accessibility and the overall layout with so many hotel rooms near the 500,000-sf Atlantic City Convention Center.
The Liaison Capitol Hill by Affinia in Washington, D.C. is a well-priced, design-conscious hotel for mid-market groups with a creative mindset.
Convention centers are acting as community accelerators—a complete destination experience for an entire event, including pre/post.
Here are a few escapes where executives can exchange their offices for a beautiful, relaxing environment to refocus on sales, strategies and multiple spa treatments.
Pacific Destination Services creates a powerful program for an economic consulting firm, where families are invited too for ziplining, ATV rides and other action-packed adventures.
When the city promotes itself as the greenest, most convenient big city in America for large scale groups, it just might be right.
Forget the castles & kilts. Glaswegians are forging a wholly modern Scotland based on its legacy of innovation.
The Resort Collection on the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail, Alabama Prevue asked Debbie Weeks director of events, at the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail,...
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