A city where meeting and incentive combos are easy and fun to achieve.
When the 199-room Isla Bella Beach Resort makes its debut early next year, it will be the first new resort built in the Florida Keys since Hurricane Irma.
Spacious, open-air decks with expansive vistas and a major campus for academic conferences are among the exciting new venues for meetings.
Tucked away in the ambling Rocky Mountains is a wellness experiences remedy first utilized by the Ute Native American tribe.
These three Florida hotels take executive retreats to the next level, with exclusive spaces and inventive team building options.
The Sierra Nevada mountain range can play backdrop to some pretty cool wellness experiences.
The newly renovated Jack Nicklaus-designed Ocean Course at Hammock Beach Resort has the brag worthy title of “most oceanfront holes in Florida.”
Park City culinary events go off without a hitch at these two resorts.
There are around 200 shacks scattered across the province of Quebec, offering everything from a five-course maple-centric menu to grab and go maple bites.
A revitalization of Birmingham’s Theatre District has opened a world of possibilities for planners that are looking for venues with pizazz.
The group experience in Midtown Manhattan has been reimagined, with good, clean fun as the focal point.
Groups visiting Florida this year will find an artsy "big-city" vibe.
A confluence for innovation, art and history, DC woos groups at every turn with little effort.
A lot is happening in Monterey, Ca., that is sure to spice up meetings, incentives and conventions.
Incentive groups have historically come to Salt Lake City for some of the best and most accessible skiing in the US.
Rockford, Ill., is ready for a comeback with downtown revitalizations that include the city’s first downtown convention center and hotel.
Across the country, hotels and meeting venues are offering hot deals for meeting planners to save on group rates and added-value packages.
Step aboard American Cruise Lines’ special theme cruises that explore U.S. culture and history.
The majority of the Florida Keys hotels will be back in business this year. And when it comes to the Keys' multifaceted nature, here are a few group experiences that speak to the old adage, the proof is in the pudding.
This year’s Oscar nominations speak truth to the power of the feminine spirit and the universal obstacles that passionate, career-driven and pioneering females face.
These awe-inspiring outdoor venues are sure to provide your attendees an event to remember—and you with a low-stress planning experience.
Playboy Bunny artwork, Southwestern themes and “dignified” lighting make these five major hotel renovations worth putting on your radar this year.
We interviewed Cosimo Bruzzese, VP of business development for Briggs, Inc. to see how they are enhancing the human component of meetings and events.
Atypical experiential meetings and events are on the rise in Las Vegas. You'll never believe what's next.
The two largest pillarless ballrooms in North America will debut in 2020 when Caesars Entertainment’s 550,000-sf Caesars FORUM conference center opens.