For millennia, Israel has been a mecca for religious pilgrims. It only made sense business groups and other travelers gravitated toward Jerusalem.
Going to Maui doesn’t have to break the bank. We have an itinerary for every budget.
Location, location, location: San Diego makes picking a meeting spot in California easy for planners.
Tom Bennett, vice president of sales and services at Experience Grand Rapids, shares secrets about what to do in the River City.
Chattanooga is a destination primed to help groups stuck in a rut.
Buoyed by new additions, Houston continues to break records.
Wisconsin’s Door Peninsula is cool for groups willing to brave winter’s elements for teambuilding activities.
With a host of resorts that offer memorable venues, Napa Valley draws cheers for meetings.
Read on for a list of can’t-miss eats, places to explore, side trips, shopping and family-friendly experiences in the Inland Empire—Ontario, Calif.
Oakland is thriving by paying tribute to its rich past. Here’s how attendees can experience its story during events.
Remember the Alamo City with a slew of new offerings sure to entice planners.
Wisconsin’s Lake Geneva delivers storied resorts, relaxed meeting facilities and off-site venues that capture the elegance and history of this Midwest
Event planners who’ve done Amsterdam many times can find new experiences with The Hague and Rotterdam in the Netherlands.
“The Biggest Little City in the World”—Reno, Nevada—lives up to its name with nonstop fun and games. And the options are only going to get bigger
Nemacolin, north of Pittsburgh, provides an ideal backdrop for exclusive meetings and events.
While mountains and oceans do add visual appeal to a city, they’re not required for a city to stand out. Take Indianapolis for example: the city has
Savannah, one of Georgia's most famous coastal towns, hasn’t lost its charm, and it’s gaining new hotels and attractions to lure citywide conventions.
Walkable Columbus, Ohio, fresh off a convention center renovation, aims to be top of mind for event planners. Here's a roundup of what to expect.
Gatlinburg, Tennessee’s arts community offers a chance to discover an artistic tradition full of skill, spirit and history.
Macon has ramped up its marketing efforts to lure more meetings, conventions and visitors while also revitalizing its downtown.
Here are two options that will give your next meeting big appeal in Dallas.
The Bahamas evokes images of bright blue water, miles of beaches and mega resorts—making it ideal for incentives and intimate meetings.
Seaport District, Boston’s largest development project, will alter more than just the city’s iconic skyline. Here's a quick guide to the city's new
The boutique Thompson Playa del Carmen attracts business and incentive groups looking to blend leisure and business while in Mexico.
Backed by $10 billion in private-sector investments, the capital city of Brisbane, Australia, is poised to give Sydney and Melbourne a run for their money
The gleaming 40-story Marriott Marquis Chicago—the largest Marriott to open in North America in 2017—is the newest member of the Windy City’s club.
Bruce Dalton, president and CEO of Visit Aurora (Colorado), discusses what effect Gaylord Rockies Resort and Convention Center will have on the community.
Tampa’s healthy mix of sunshine, state-of-the-art facilities and impressive hotels has medical meetings signing up for appointments.
Sacramento has come into its own and emerged as one of the Golden State's not-to-miss destinations, especially for meetings and conventions.
From its rich culture to its extensive list of exciting activities and luxurious accommodations, Aruba makes it clear: staying in just one place isn't
Here are a few places to stay, spaces to convene and things to do at your next meeting or event in the picturesque Portland, Maine.
It’s no wonder Montreal has been named a top international conventions city by International Congress and Convention Association six years in a row.
From castles to historic estates, these seven places in Ireland are ideal for hosting teambuilding events and coordinating conferences overseas.
Moviegoers watched as Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone danced their way from one end of “La La Land” to the other, but let’s turn the lens on Los Angeles’
Orlando World Center Marriott, with 450,000 square feet of meeting space and loads of kid-friendly amenities and nearby attractions, appeals to attendees
Philadelphia, the City of Brotherly Love, has a lot to brag about with new hotels, a new museum and a steady stream of tourists.