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About 450,000 adopted bees have taken up residence on the fifth floor of the 1,929-room New York Hilton Midtown—and groups are starting to reap the bee-nefits.
The 100th anniversary of women's suffrage in New York has given new wind to the legacy of Susan B. Anthony and the only National Historic Landmark Museum bearing the reformer’s name is ready to welcome groups.
Zuma restaurant in New York brings the informal Japanese dining style of Izayaka to groups with its private dining options.
Meetings in Albany are firmly on the map with the opening of the new Albany Capital Center just steps from the New York State Capitol.
Predominantly making up the Henry Luce III Center is the first-of-its-kind Joyce B. Cowin Women’s History Gallery that will house rotating exhibits that focus on women’s history in the U.S.
The 159-room Hotel VIA—in true tech-town style—will be designed with all the latest technologies.
A cam positioned on the 7-acre green roof of the Javits Center speaks to the eye-catching draw of the space to both wildlife and potential visitors.
Meandering paths guide guests through the public spaces, expanding on the idea that straight lines do not exist in nature.
A combination of taverns, a gambling den, and vaudeville and motion picture theaters all once stood on the hotel site between the 1700s and early 1900s.
These 5 hotels add a fresh twist to the attendee experience, from meeting experiences inspired by the forest to toes-in-the-sand dining.
Attendees can enjoy tastings of wine, spirits and delicious food at the Castle Hotel and Spa's Poolside Summer Pairing Series.
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Not only does the suite feature a curated contemporary art collection, it also has a private 2,200-sf terrace that meeting planners can use for an outdoor reception, private yoga class or as a spot to encourage attendees to take photos.