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The World Tourism Association for Culture and Heritage works with destinations to assist in combating overtourism.
Construction began in December on a major overhaul of almost every inch of the Memphis Convention Center’s interior and exterior.
Caesars Republic Scottsdale, located in Arizona, will be Caesars Entertainment Corporation's first non-gaming hotel in the U.S.
Melia Hotels International has big news: It’s reinventing the INNSIDE by Melia lifestyle brand to include resort destinations.
Melia Hotels International opened Paradisus Los Cayos last month, the fourth Paradisus-branded hotel in Cuba.
Programs and partnerships between San Francisco community hospitality leaders are helping revamp and revive some of the city's neighborhoods.
Planners who were already concerned about air travel issues have more reason to be now, as air traffic controllers issued a warning about the safety of the nation’s aviation system.
Planners should check out what national parks and museums are closed due to the shutdown, especially if they planned a meeting around them.
Colorado has some exciting new meetings digs now that the Gaylord Rockies Resort & Convention Center officially opened last month.
“Marriott Bonvoy marks an evolution in travel because it represents more than a loyalty program.”
With still no plan in place and the March 29 Brexit deadline fast approaching, a “no-deal” Brexit is becoming a very real possibility.
We’re four weeks into the government shutdown (now the longest in history), so the question remains, what exactly does this mean for meetings?
For meeting planners who don’t qualify for healthcare plans, here are five professional organizations that currently offer healthcare benefits to members.
Because January is Human Trafficking Awareness & Prevention Month, what better time to talk about the new anti-trafficking training launched by ECPAT-USA?