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Caesars Republic Scottsdale, located in Arizona, will be Caesars Entertainment Corporation's first non-gaming hotel in the U.S.
Melia Hotels International opened Paradisus Los Cayos last month, the fourth Paradisus-branded hotel in Cuba.
Groups now have the option to meet in Miami's Midtown with the opening of the new Hyde Hotel & Residences Midtown Miami.
The 293-room NoMad opened in October, offering a certain level of sophistication, comfort and privacy on the top four floors of the massive Park MGM.
The 100-room Kinney SLO recently opened in San Luis Obispo, Calif., (SLO) as the second Kinney-branded hotel.
The AC Hotels by Marriott brand brings a taste of Europe to Phoenix’s Biltmore area, with the opening of the 160-room AC Hotel Phoenix Biltmore earlier this month.
The recent opening of the 400-room InterContinental San Diego will help out any planners in need of more space when meeting in this sunny destination.
Just like its innovative TWA Flight Center predecessor, the 512-room TWA Hotel will also push the boundaries of what it means to be an airport hotel.
Small Luxury Hotels (SLH) announced three newly opened properties earlier this month for groups in search of intimate, luxury retreats.
Banyan Tree is rapidly expanding its portfolio of about 40 resorts and hotels this year, with eight properties scheduled to debut under the Banyan Tree name in this second half of 2018.
The new Grand Reserve at Paradisus Palma Real will bring exclusivity to the Dominican Republic’s Punta Cana when it officially debuts in December.
The Margaritaville brand continues to expand its “5 O’Clock Somewhere” state of mind, announcing several new properties and restaurants.
The iconic rock ‘n’ roll energy that characterizes the Hard Rock brand recently found a new spot to jam out: the newly opened Hard Rock Hotel Daytona Beach.
Just like every year in Dubai’s tourism and hospitality market, there’s almost too many property openings to count, so here’s a mix of five hotels and resorts that groups will want to check out.