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A new hotel room prototype from Marriott would let guests control everything from the temperature of the shower to the color of the light with the sound of their voice.

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The largest, technologically advanced system in the industry is the first in-house, high-density Wi-Fi network able to support Cisco Live, a high-level, tech-intensive company event.

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To help jumpstart recovery, Puerto Rico is rewarding meeting and incentive industry planners for booking groups at select participating hotels and resorts.

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Members of Financial & Insurance Conference Professionals (FICP) met for the association’s Annual Business Meeting and elected one meetings professional to serve on the 2018 board of directors.

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Research is now just one of many types of content the Foundation produces, aligned with its updated mission.

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The $25 million project will add new guest cottages, golf performance center, pool and putting course.

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Conversation, collaboration and learning top the agenda at a new event to be launched at IMEX in Frankfurt next year. She Means Business is a new half-day conference celebrating the role of women in the industry.

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Effective November 9, new regulations from the U.S. government on travel to Cuba and business arrangements limit the ability of travelers to take certain flights and stay at particular hotels with ties to the Cuban government and military.

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Renovations to the Charlottesville, Virginia, hotel, which will reopen in spring 2019, include a floor-to-ceiling makeover of all hotel rooms and suites, public spaces, meeting facilities and F&B outlets.

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In the past several months, there has been plenty of conversation about the Real ID Act and how it will affect air travelers, according to a report in The New York Times.

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