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.
The idea of communing in the great outdoors isn’t new, but these three companies have a fresh take on teambuilding in the West.
The new Fresh Foodie trail in Mesa, Arizona, is an 11-stop, self-guided route allowing groups to get a true taste of the southwest destination.
Salamander Resort & Spa wants to make you feel at home—an effortless task due to its welcoming living room-esque lobby, cozy library and garden.
Turn your California dreams into reality in Huntington Beach, booming with new beachside hotel, retail and dining developments.
The Canadian convention market is heating up with new and renovated facilities.
The managing director of Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort, a major hotel player in Hawaii, shares why the Aloha State will never fall out of
Look beyond Boston to these three top New England destinations with modern updates and historic charm.
Disneyland entices incentive groups with an over-the-top dining experience set in Walt Disney’s reimagined family apartment, 21 Royal.
Combining outdoor adventures with rustic elegance, Banff, Alberta, is seeing an uptick among incentive groups seeking a breath of fresh air.
The recently renovated Cliff House Maine located in Ogunquit remains open through the winter for the first time in its history.
Attention to detail, high-end amenities and a keen grasp on service are drawing incentive groups to the newly renovated Langham Sydney.
High-class facilities, year-round attractions, a deep respect for nature and a sense of authenticity await meeting planners in Park City, Utah.
Would your board members swap slippers for cowboy boots? If so, then they’ll be down for a meeting inside a teepee at this Florida dude ranch.
Meet, mix and mingle among dozens of classic collector cars at The Automobile Gallery in downtown Green Bay, Wisconsin, for a change of pace.
With new hotels, a multimillion-dollar airport expansion and updates to its convention center, New Orleans is upping its triple-threat status for meetings.
Craig Greenberg, president of 21c Museum Hotels, gives us his take on how the brand's new Oklahoma City location is a catalyst for improving downtown.
The Texas hotel scene has long been famous for its hospitality, but this year things are getting even bigger across the Lone Star State.
Charleston, South Carolina, is known as a destination for foodies and history buffs, but its unexpected art scene is what keeps people coming back.
For attendees with family in tow, check out these three attractions in Gatlinburg, Tennessee.
The new City Lights Rooftop opened in June on the 19th floor of Le Meridien Charlotte in North Carolina.
Champions Retreat near Augusta, Georgia, is a natural for corporate groups looking to mix business and pleasure.
Randy Erickson, director of sales and marketing for The Westin Nashville, shares why the new hotel is well-positioned for meetings in Nashville.