It’s an exciting time for meetings across the US as convention centers and hotels ready themselves for the demands of the future while also integrating more seamlessly into the neighborhoods and cultural acumen where they reside.
Groups better buckle up as Universal Orlando Resort revs up its engines in the new year with all-new experiences and openings.
Like the Appalachian trail before it, the Mountains-to-Sea Trail has been made by hand, a reflection of the cultural sensibility of today’s Raleighites.
With an extensive renovation in the works, Sun Valley Inn has its eyes on the future.
The debut of the Hyatt Regency Seattle is one for the books. Here are a few more of the most anticipated Seattle developments and must-do experiences.
The biggest misconception of Omaha, Nebraska, is that it is that it is a rural destination filled with cornfields and cows.
Beneath the steel-clad curve of St. Louis’ iconic Gateway Arch is a space that is expanding the possibilities for meetings and events.
InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) is reinventing the Crowne Plaza brand with the launch of its new flagship property: Crowne Plaza HY36 Midtown Manhattan.
Set in the Utah Rockies, the Zermatt Resort offers outside the box mountain immersion at its best.
The Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau (GMCVB) plans to celebrate Miami Heritage Month in style with The Art of Black Miami campaign.
Planners looking for new meeting digs in Nashville, Tenn., won't miss the massive 386-feet-tall JW Marriott Nashville that’s reshaping the city’s skyline.
About 450,000 adopted bees have taken up residence on the fifth floor of the 1,929-room New York Hilton Midtown—and groups are starting to reap the bee-nefits.
Park City has a lot to offer planners with a spate of new openings and renovations and some intriguing meeting venues and activities thanks to the city’s Olympic heritage.
Groups visiting South Dakota can check out the Mount Rushmore National Memorial or take in the world’s largest mountain carving in progress at the Crazy Horse Memorial.
The Nobu Hotel in Las Vegas offers quiet refuge for groups to recharge after a day full of meetings and events.
The Estate at Yountville has long been a Napa Valley, Calif., favorite among planners—and now it’s better than ever, thanks to the October debut of a new venue, The Vineyard and completion of renovations to 11 event spaces.
When groups visit Boise, Idaho, their typical response is “who knew?”
Few places come as close to being an “all-inclusive city” with built-in added value for meetings like this New Jersey city, and a number of new developments toot this horn.
“While it’s somewhat of our origin, our roots, the ‘Hee Haw-ish’ perception of Fort Worth is limited."
A dizzying array of cultural developments has been unfolding in San Antonio.
Margaritaville properties in Key West, Grand Cayman and Fort Lauderdale are offering a competitive choice for planners with a range of innovative options and upgrades.
The 187-room Margaritaville Resort Orlando is set to open in late-2018 and will be set on 300 acres that will include miles of wooded fitness trails, a 12-acre waterpark, a water taxi system and a three-acre swimming area.
Salamander Resort & Spa offers a relaxing, luxurious escape that appeals to both small- and large-groups of every age and activity level.
The 100th anniversary of women's suffrage in New York has given new wind to the legacy of Susan B. Anthony and the only National Historic Landmark Museum bearing the reformer’s name is ready to welcome groups.
“We’re a renaissance 10 years in the making,” quips David Goldstein, president and CEO of Destination Canada, the crown corporation for Business Events Canada. “We’re...