Paige Feigenbaum

Paige Feigenbaum

Content Editor at Smart Meetings
Paige Feigenbaum is a content editor at Smart Meetings. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Communication and Psychology with a minor in music business and entertainment industries at the University of Miami in Coral Gables, FL and studied abroad at the University of Sydney in Australia. Prior to writing about the meetings industry, Paige worked for entertainment news and general news outlets in Los Angeles and New York. In her spare time, she enjoys watching TV, rooting for the Miami Hurricanes, visiting Disneyland, keeping up with celebrity gossip and exploring Wine Country. Her additional interests include figure skating, the Olympics and American Sign Language.
Paige Feigenbaum


Journalist and Proud University of Miami alum
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Kimpton Hotel GMs Place Super Bowl LII WagerNews

There’s a lot at “steak” for Philadelphia during this Sunday’s Big Game, and it could only be cheesesteak. A Boston-area Kimpton hotel has challenged their brand’s Philly counterpart to give up their signature, artery-clogging sandwich and eat healthier “when” the Patriots beat the Eagles in Super Bowl LII.

Artist Goes ‘Trumpster’ Diving at Taj MahalNews

Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City was full of ornate décor. What came of the marquees, chandeliers, giant piano and concrete elephants when the hotel closed in October 2016? Artist Peter Tunney had a vision and created a new home for them—Miami Beach.

9 Instagrammable Los Angeles RooftopsDestinations

A great way to take advantage of the California sunshine and get out of a stuffy ballroom is to stage an event atop one of these nine rooftop venues. From Venice Beach and Beverly Hills, from the heart of Hollywood to downtown L.A., these spots will have you and your guests #RaisingtheRoof.

Air and Water Can Fire Up Your PhoneTechnology

While traditional charging stations remain relevant, emerging technologies offer alternate ways to juice up batteries—and some of them are so innovative that Apple’s forthcoming wireless charging mat, AirPower, may have a run for its money.

Employees with Intellectual Disabilities Thrive in Hospitality IndustryHotels & ResortsNews

Sin City is known for singers, dancers, magicians, card deal ers, celebrity chefs and Elvis impersonators, but the real stars of The Strip keep a lower profile. The next time you pump iron at Bellagio Las Vegas for a meeting, you might be greeted by the friendly face of Paul Brooks (pictured right), a gym attendant at the hotel’s fitness center. He is part of the Best Buddies Jobs program.

Bucket List Tour of AustraliaDestinationsInternational

 As one of the first countries to ring in 2018—with a magnificent fireworks display over Sydney Harbour Bridge—there’s no better place than Australia to help you achieve your New Year’s travel resolutions. January is a big month for the country. It hosts the Australian Open Grand Slam tennis tournament in Melbourne and celebrates Australia Day, the anniversary of the arrival of First Fleet British ships, on Jan. 26.