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.
Eric Walters, general manager of Hilton Portland, talks about how the property's recent upgrades will enhance events like Connect Diversity.
Exploring meeting venues at colleges and universities may be the smartest move you make when planning your next conference.
A new $16 million renovation pays homage to The American Hotel’s place in history. The property was the first integrated hotel in Downtown Atlanta.
Local coffee roasters, large guest rooms and expansive meeting space add to the appeal of urban New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge.
When the temperature drops to single digits in Quebec, attendees have a multitude of ways to enjoy the Canadian city and its environs.
it’s about time you gave Destination Kohler, an hour from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, a place on your list of destinations. Here’s why.
Depending on whether you’re in Florida, Alabama or Mississippi, there’s a different experience to be had near the Gulf of Mexico.
Known for its ocean views, magnificent mansions, fantastic weather and nice cars, Newport Beach is an unexpectedly affordable destination.
Here are three new—or newly rentable—attractions to consider when you are planning your next event or conference in the nation's capital.
The all-new Grand at Moon Palace Cancun is a planner’s playground for events, with downtime at the beach and pools for built-in entertainment.
Terry Kopp, director of sales at the Boise CVB, discusses the Idaho capital’s rapid growth in her half-century living there.
The grand opening of Conrad Fort Lauderdale Beach gives its namesake Florida destination a coveted second luxury property.
See how a $20 million renovation imparted a design overhaul and changed MICE prospects for the 90-year-old Talbott Hotel in Chicago’s Gold Coast.
Create your own version of “Castaway” (albeit with more creature comforts) by sending your award winners, board members or execs to a secluded island.
In modern Cartagena, Colombia, the future and the historic past are forging to mold the destination into a charismatic metropolis.
Sioux Falls, South Dakota, has long drawn a decent crowd in the upper Midwest—with the potential now for more thanks to the Denny Sanford Premier Center.
Interacting with gorillas and snakes during a reception or cocktail hour is a surefire way to create a memorable off-site event at Lincoln Park Zoo.
Washington, D.C., is home to more than1,000 startup companies, top investors in tech and biotech groups and 185,000 high-tech employees.
“This area has definitely needed an upscale luxury hotel,” says Jan Smith, director of sales and marketing for The Westin Jackson, opened Aug. 3.
Between mixed-use developments going up around the area, plus major corporations moving to North Texas, it’s a good time to be in Frisco.
Alaska is an adventure in meeting planning for Bridget McCleskey, who runs her own business—Conference Coordinators LLC—out of her home in Anchorage.
Summer 2017 is officially here! With it comes the latest set of hotel and venue builds, restorations and renovations that are perfect for meetings.
New hotels and amenities add to the appeal of destinations in Mexico, already a perennial favorite for meeting planners and leisure tourists.
St. Augustine, Florida, and classic Ponte Vedra Beach are refreshingly contemporary gathering places. These six hot spots prove it.
Dana Point, California, is situated to attract corporate groups looking for an experience that’s a little bit different.
Take a look at five swanky spots to stay in Banff, Alberta. Home to spectacular Rocky Mountain views, the highest town in Canada is perfect for high-end
Coming off a recent visit, meeting planner Deborah Elias discusses the highs and lows involved with bringing meetings or incentives to Cuba.
An explosion of downtown hotel openings and the city’s Big Build further position Minneapolis as a top Midwest destination.
Director of Sales Michael Kofsky discusses the successes he's had selling the Gaylord Rockies, an $800 million resort in Aurora, Colorado, slated to open
Canada's capital city of Ottawa, Ontario, is transforming its cultural and entertainment offerings to entice meeting groups this year.
Post Global Meetings Industry Day celebrations, Meet AC's Jim Wood counters the perception that Atlantic City, New Jersey, is a city in decline.
Perdido Beach Resort, the only full-service hotel in Gulf Shores and Orange Beach, Alabama, adds a new Club Level and opens a new conference room in June.
Scott Beck, president and CEO of Visit Salt Lake, debunks a few myths about the Utah city and shares why it's worthy of visiting now.
How do we get our presence known in a major way? How do we build a convention center? Those are the questions being asked at the new Walnut Creek CVB.