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Hilton Chicago Northbrook completes phase one of its multi-million-dollar renovation to its event spaces and guest rooms.
Serafina Beach Hotel in San Juan, Puerto Rico has added to its meetings offering with a new Oceanfront Terrace space overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.
Edgewater Beach Hotel in Naples, Florida has upgraded its meeting space and developed a new outdoor group activity program to lure smaller meetings.
The Omni La Costa Resort & Spa in Carlsbad, California is set to add 30,000 sf of event space when it breaks ground on a new ballroom this summer.
Three new hotels catering for meetings and events have opened in Dubai in 2019 as well as a major new event arena.
Find out how your team can improve communication and collaboration by learning to work with horses at Mackinac Island's Mission Point.
Create a buzz at your event with an exclusive VIP restaurant tour followed by a helicopter ride over the Las Vegas Strip from Lip Smacking Foodie Tours.
The Asia-Pacific region has seen a slew of recent developments such as the new Kambri facility in Australia and expansion plans for Singapore's Marina Bay Sands.
The Omni Barton Creek Resort & Spa in Austin, Texas has reopened following a $150 million renovation and expansion.
Airlie House in Northern Virginia has a historic legacy of social progress and innovation, and today it offers an extensive program of creative team building activities.
Westin Long Beach is set to receive a multi-million dollar renovation that will include new dining concepts and refreshed lobby and guest rooms.
Windstar Cruises has unveiled details of an extensive renovation and ship lengthening that expands ship capacity to 312 guests while still being small enough to access exclusive ports.
Plans have been announced for the development of two new hotels offering 721 rooms opposite the 2.1 million sf Music City Center in Nashville with formal groundbreaking anticipated in the second quarter of 2019.
In keeping with a maritime tradition that dates back thousands of years, Viking invited seven long-serving employees to serve as honorary godmothers for seven new river cruise ships launched at a naming ceremony in Basel, Switzerland.