Forget counting calories when visiting these locales in the Northeast, each known for their signature sweets.
Turn your California dreams into reality in Huntington Beach, booming with new beachside hotel, retail and dining developments.
The Canadian convention market is heating up with new and renovated facilities.
Look beyond Boston to these three top New England destinations with modern updates and historic charm.
Combining outdoor adventures with rustic elegance, Banff, Alberta, is seeing an uptick among association groups seeking a breath of fresh air.
The San Antonio River has always been a top attraction—but the recent River Walk expansion is what’s really drawing groups to Alamo City now.
Would your board members swap slippers for cowboy boots? If so, then they’ll be down for a meeting inside a teepee at this Florida dude ranch.
Meet, mix and mingle among dozens of classic collector cars at The Automobile Gallery in downtown Green Bay, Wisconsin, for a change of pace.
With new hotels, a multimillion-dollar airport expansion and updates to its convention center, New Orleans is upping its triple-threat status for meetings.
Bringing Iowa Association of Business and Industry back to Sioux City after a 10-year absence came with major perks for the city.
Gaylord Rockies Director of Sales Michael Kofsky shares how he's approaching selling the country's largest hotel project.
Randy Erickson, director of sales and marketing for The Westin Nashville, shares why the new hotel is well-positioned for meetings in Nashville.
With beautiful beaches and warm weather, Gulf Shores and Orange Beach, Alabama, have a strong case for meetings business for small associations.
Columbus is the capital of Ohio, but the city of 850,000 people is also making a name for itself as the Midwestern capital of style. With well-known retailers
Actor Josh Duhamel returns to his home state for the latest North Dakota Tourism campaign.
Winston-Salem is a North Carolina city throwing meeting planners a curve ball. Heads up!
See what Westchester County, New York, has to offer your conference, convention or meeting. Planners will love our surprising site visits.
The Palm Beaches in Florida are booming. Event profs, take note of what’s new, refreshed and coming soon.
With a slew of new and ongoing developments, Wichita, Kansas, is enticing association groups to meet in the Midwest.
With the additions of Visit National Harbor and MGM National Harbor, the D.C. suburb is looking to attract more association meetings.
Association and specialty meeting professionals are landing big hits with conferences and conventions held at gaming properties.
Sheraton Georgetown is the Texas city's first property where attendees can meet, dine, network and use the property as a base for exploring the area.
Director of Sales and Marketing Ronnie Collins says Cleveland is undergoing a renaissance, helped along by the opening of the new Hilton Cleveland Downtown
To court meetings, three casino resorts are upping (or getting in on) the conference center game.
Meeting planners, consider these three retrofitted spots when convening in Elvis’ hometown of Memphis, Tennessee.
Seattle is living up to its Emerald City nickname with new public green areas, a major investment in city beautification and a second convention center.
Find four-diamond facilities, award-winning amenities, versatile space and endless opportunities at Turning Stone Resort Casino.
From the RFP to the thank-you letter, South Point Hotel will make your meeting a success.
The new Opal Sands Resort adds 230 guest rooms and 17,000 square feet of meeting space to Clearwater Beach, Florida’s hotel inventory.
New York City’s new William Vale, opening in July, is banking on the rebirth of Brooklyn to draw business to its Williamsburg surrounds.
Opening this month, Moxy New Orleans Downtown/French Quarter Area is too hip to skip adding it to your room block.
The long-anticipated GulfQuest National Maritime Museum of the Gulf of Mexico in Mobile, Alabama, is finally open, and it’s pretty spectacular.
The reopening of the famed Watergate Hotel in Washington, D.C., promises to be worth the wait.
Steeped in history and chock-full of arts and culture, Philadelphia is a work-and-play destination for LGBT groups.
Few destinations are as welcoming as Columbus for LGBT groups.
Austin, Texas, proves its worth as a city for LGBT group business.