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The project secured nearly 64 percent of the vote. The hotel will be built on a city-owned parking lot adjacent to the newly renovated convention center.

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The new extensive design reflects the city’s unique history, culture and modern style, pulling together visual elements to create a space that is reflective of Houston’s vibrant persona.

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Trump officials say the renovation reflects the hotel’s preeminent New York City location, and they are looking forward to guests experiencing an even higher level of luxury with access to world-class technology and a full-service business center.

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This is a very efficient way to talk about your event organization, its content and its purposes, so visitors may anticipate the first step of the customer experience.

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Site inspections are a critical component of strategic planning. Without experiencing a property and city in person, it’s impossible to accurately gauge if the destination and venue are the right fit for your group.

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BestCities Global Alliance, GainingEdge and Rehabilitation International unveiled new research to promote awareness among the meetings community to enforce universal accessibility for delegates with disabilities.

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Royal Caribbean International’s Symphony of the Seas, the world’s largest cruise ship, made its historic first North American port of call at Port Canaveral last week.

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A new trend is developing on this front – the idea of a stillness tour. Bringing quiet and tranquility into an incentive trip or meeting focuses on removing technology and high stimulus.

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The University of Texas at San Antonio recently secured funding to build the National Security Collaboration Center to advance research in cybersecurity, data analytics and cloud computing.

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Higher bag fees might just be the price passengers need to pay for free Wi-Fi and generous legroom. While CEO Robin Hayes knows there is nostalgia for the days before airlines charged so many fees, he is more focused on the carrier’s other priorities.

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