It's Austin's turn to dominate meetings & conventions. Here are five, turn-your-head reasons why.
This year will see the redevelopment of the cobblestone-lined waterfront along Georgia's Savannah River into the Plant Riverside District.
New Orleans continues to expand with the recent opening of the 207-room Jung Hotel & Residences in the heart of the city’s Biomedical Innovation District.
Like the Appalachian trail before it, the Mountains-to-Sea Trail has been made by hand, a reflection of the cultural sensibility of today’s Raleighites.
The debut of the Hyatt Regency Seattle is one for the books. Here are a few more of the most anticipated Seattle developments and must-do experiences.
Beneath the steel-clad curve of St. Louis’ iconic Gateway Arch is a space that is expanding the possibilities for meetings and events.
When groups visit Boise, Idaho, their typical response is “who knew?”
Few places come as close to being an “all-inclusive city” with built-in added value for meetings like this New Jersey city, and a number of new developments toot this horn.
The Mexican state of Yucatan should be on your radar, with the opening of the Yucatan International Convention Center in Merida.
The Buenos Aires Expo and Convention Center opened in Recoleta, a centralized neighborhood that gives attendees access to popular museums and attractions in Argentina’s capital city.
The Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention & Visitors Bureau recently launched its new #GreaterTogether initiative in an effort to welcome international groups.
St. Louis’ Ballpark Village is about to get much bigger as it gears up for a $260 million second-phase project that includes a convention hotel.
An increase in MICE programs is adding new dimensions to Chicago’s cultural side while also giving a gust of revenue to the Windy City.