Hotels & Resorts

After the CrisisAugust 23, 2021
Hotel Brands Adapt New Cleanliness, Technology Standards By Maura Keller

As more guests prefer mobile-enabled hospitality experiences post-COVID pandemic, hotel brands are responding accordingly.

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An Abundance of Family Friendly Fun By Nancy Mueller

When your goal is to reward, relax and reset in a unique and innovative venue, theme-parks have it all: family friendly attractions, interactive outdoor adventures, safe animal encounters, and more.

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Risk vs. RewardFebruary 19, 2019
The Benefits and Drawbacks of Utilizing New and Recently Renovated Hotels By Sophia Bennett

Using new or recently renovated hotels for meetings comes with many benefits — everything is brand-new or greatly improved. But there are plenty of risks involved as well…

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From Those You Love to New Developments, Here’s What’s Going On (and Up) By Patrick Simms

It’s challenging to stay abreast of the numerous hotel openings and renovations across the country and abroad, but certain projects are truly game-changers and invariably end up on a planner’s radar.

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Meetings MakeoverAugust 30, 2018
The Biggest Names in Hospitality are Making Bigger Moves By Patrick Simms

It is encouraging that hoteliers who have served the corporate meetings market for numerous decades are still quite focused on optimizing that service, as opposed to resting on their laurels.

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All-Inclusive ResortsAugust 29, 2018
Premier Properties That Cater to Groups — and ROI By Patrick Simms

Given the prominence of tech trends in the meetings industry, mention of the “AI” acronym will often bring artificial intelligence to mind. But longtime planners, particularly in the incentive space, may well think “all-inclusive” instead.

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Hotel Tech TrendsJune 1, 2018
Revolutionizing the Guest Experience By Derek Reveron

New hotel technologies promise to improve attendee experiences in guest rooms.

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New & Renovated HotelsFebruary 1, 2018
Building Interest From Coast to Coast By Patrick Simms

Long-established meeting destinations such as Atlantic City, New York and Las Vegas thrive in part on a certain nostalgic appeal.

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Where Less Is MoreJanuary 1, 2018
The Sky’s the Limit for Successful Small Meetings at These Exceptional Retreats By Christine Loomis

Architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, pioneer of minimalist design and architecture, did not have small meetings in mind when he famously proclaimed that less is more. But he could have.

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Strengthening Industry Relationships That Are Crucial to Success By Maura Keller

Meeting planners, CVBs, live event agencies, DMCs, rental companies and other suppliers must work effectively together to deliver the best possible outcome.

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