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The hospitality industry is making an effort to cut back on waste by joining in on the #LastStraw campaign.
Wilmington, North Carolina's evolving River District encourages repeat business for at least one local association.
After undergoing $207 million in renovations and expansions, the Kentucky International Convention Center (KICC) in Louisville is gearing up for its big debut on Aug. 6.
There seems to be no end to the buzzing data privacy conversation—and now it’s revving up again in the states of Vermont and California.
Belgium’s commercial trade hub of Bruges will welcome the new Radisson Blu Hotel, Bruges next month.
A burgeoning gin craze will give meeting planners even more reason to craft mocktails for those attendees who want the flavor of gin, minus the booze.
Here are at least three ways that robots are redefining hospitality as we know it.
Meeting planners can choose from a wide variety of schools across the globe where attendees can learn lessons in sorcery and tricks.
The June 25 debut of The Westin Hapuna Beach Resort on Hawaii’s Big Island introduced a completely re-imagined property that underwent a $46 million renovation.
Teneo Hospitality Group released information last week from a poll of meeting planners who shared their biggest concerns.
Banyan Tree is rapidly expanding its portfolio of about 40 resorts and hotels this year, with eight properties scheduled to debut under the Banyan Tree name in this second half of 2018.
Growing food in labs and robots flipping burgers are just the beginning innovations that will shape the food and beverage available at future meetings.
Marriott International broke ground on a new Marriott International headquarters and Marriott Hotel in downtown Bethesda, Md.
Airlines and the employees who run them are speaking out on sexual harassment, especially with reported cases of in-flight sexual assault on the rise.
Iberostar Hotels & Resorts is investing in Montenegro n the form of two fully renovated hotels that recently opened under the Iberostar name.
Now halfway into 2018, it’s easier to see what food trends are really taking shape this summer and making an impact on the F&B industry.
Here are three ways hotels are creatively using drones in today’s meetings world.
Oklahoma City Convention & Visitors Bureau (OKC CVB) announced the ground breaking of the Oklahoma City Convention Center—just one part of a major revamp for the city.
Earlier this year, we highlighted five outdoor venues for evening soirees, but what about daytime event spaces that get your group outside?
The new Grand Reserve at Paradisus Palma Real will bring exclusivity to the Dominican Republic’s Punta Cana when it officially debuts in December.
Visit Omaha unveiled the $290 million plan for a completely new development that will connect the convention district, riverfront and downtown Omaha.
IHG announced its latest hotel brand, voco, which will bring more upscale offerings to meeting planners.
While traditional all-inclusive properties offer groups easy access to dining, activity and meeting options, they can sometimes fall short on the luxury feel that top execs expect.
To commemorate World Oceans Day on Friday, the Iberostar Group announced its commitment to eliminating plastic waste through its Wave of Change program
With a tucked-away location situated on 39 acres of beachfront property along Santa Maria Bay near Mexico’s Cabo San Lucas, the 122-room Montage Los Cabos recently opened for groups looking to relax, escape—and swim.