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For pre-meeting safety, several hotel groups have taken steps to provide on-site COVID-19 testing at their properties.
We take a look at how hotel groups have been innovating to overcome the challenges of the global pandemic by offering hybrid events.
This trend of hotels offering testing has its roots in high-end individual travel and isolated resort destinations such as the Maldives—essentially creating "bubble resorts."
If Accor and InterContinental Hotels Group do merge as reports predict, will this create one of many monopolies and what will this mean to the industry?
“Our goal is to create a live experience, rich in education and connection, that people feel comfortable about attending in person, while we stay intensely focused on the duty of care of delivering a safe, secure and healthy environment—as well as also offering a high-quality streaming option for those who want to attend virtually.”
Along with high-tech meeting spaces and stunning settings, elevated hotel sanitization protocols will be a duty of care requirement and a selling point for meeting planners moving forward.
As a result of the spreading COVID-19 coronavirus, the Meetings Mean Business Coalition has postponed Global Meetings Industry Day.
Marriott International has launched Marriott Bonvoy Events, a new platform to help meeting planners navigate its portfolio of more than 5,700 properties.
Marriott International plans to build its platform by initially leveraging the following full-service and luxury brands: The Ritz-Carlton, Luxury Collection, Marriott Hotels, Westin Hotels, W Hotels, Autograph Collection and Delta by Marriott.
AC Hotel Kingston, Jamaica, brings a forward-thinking design approach and new meeting space to the island.
A new pilot program turns planners into masterminds.
Planners voted and Marriott International was given the accolade of Best Hotel-Resort Experience in our esteemed Visionary Awards.
What started off as a quaint European pilot program has become a new luxe brand with 2,000 homes and counting—and a curious option for meetings and incentives groups.
Marriott’s new AC Hotel New York NoMad, slated to open in 2020, takes prefabricated building to a new level.