Whether you’re looking for a certain smell, the latest F&B fad or a new technology, here are three hotel amenities that planners and their attendees didn’t even know they needed.
Moxy Phoenix Tempe caters to multigenerational meetings and events in search of more than just a place to sleep and meet.
“There is nothing vanilla about Kessler. The focus is on experiences and enrichment through art and music."
During IMEX week, Prevue had a chance to take a hardhat tour of the new W Las Vegas.
An inviting lobby, game area, re-envisioned front desk and 24/7 market add to its appeal and create flexibility for meeting planners and their attendees during all hours of the day.
Updates from Hyatt Regency, Radisson Red and Blue and The Meritage Collection.
Downtown Durham got a lot hipper this year with the opening of the 21c Museum Hotel.
In this new class of properties, expect craft cocktails in the lounge, turntables in the rooms and bikes in the lobby.
A fireplace that almost feels as if it’s levitating, cozy seating and art books scattered about on coffee tables and shelves lend the common area the feeling of a living room.
The new lifestyle hotel brand by billionaire British entrepreneur Sir Richard Branson will make Nashville the site of its third property, the Virgin Hotel Nashville, on Music Row.
Sensitivity toward art and design have always been defining features of Marriott’s Autograph Collection. A recent partnership with the Variety Studio: Actors on Actors...
Millennials are the focus at the recently opened AC Hotel Washington, DC and National Harbor.
Chicago’s beloved Old Dearborn Bank Building got a second wind this past year when Virgin Hotels began converting the national landmark building into its first hotel.
"[At] AC hotels, our customers are independent and entrepreneurial, have a clear vision for their life and are always working to make that vision a reality.”
Dolce Hotels and Resorts is building on its meetings expertise to introduce distinct offerings for business, leisure and group travelers.