100 of the latest new hotel properties, as well as some that have undergone extensive renovations, are opening their doors for groups.
Hotel companies have been busy building out new inventory to house all the pent-up demand as business travel, conferences and incentives return.
EU representatives agreed this week to ease restrictions for vaccinated travelers and those coming from countries where COVID-19 is "under control."
With the EU opening to vaccinated people from the US, there’s an array of new luxury hotels to choose from for your incentive groups.
he EU has announced plans to allow vaccinated people from additional countries, including the US, to gain entry by this summer.
While COVID might have temporarily cut off access for U.S. groups, England has many new venues to show off when business events start up.
With the hospitality industry in what seems like a constant state of flux, these new hotel brands might have slipped by you.
The European Union (EU) is now open to travelers from 14 countries, not including the United States.
Explore the world without leaving your desk with virtual tours of everything from the Guggenheim Museum to the Great Wall.
Why have a meeting in a nondescript meeting room in a nondescript hotel when there are properties that are so unusual, your unique meeting will be unforgettable? Here are a few that recently caught our attention.
Meetings in Europe are increasing but are shorter and smaller, according to European Cities Marketing Meetings that recently published its ninth edition of the ECM Meetings Statistics Report.
We take a look at the some of the inspirational settings that could elevate your function or event, from Ireland to Dubai.
No matter whether incentive groups want to dine alfresco under the Brandenburg Gate, bake their own gingerbread, or visit a world-class vineyard, Germany has incentives to wow everyone.
Tokyo, Japan; Campestre Leon, Mexico; Chantilly, France; and Mountain View, Calif., all have new Hyatt properties.