Category Archives: Hotels & Resorts

Small Wonders: 3 Exciting Hotels for Small Groups

There’s plenty of upside to small gatherings. Streamlined itineraries and personal connection are two notable pros, but an abundance of choice may be their single biggest advantage. Meetings of 100 attendees or less carry modest space requirements, affording them access to intimate venues that planners have to pass over for larger events. Read on for…

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Hotel Properties Step Up Sustainability Efforts

Event professionals looking to reduce the impact on the Earth from their events have a partner in meetings hotels, which are aiming for more sustainability efforts. Over the past year, a significant number of large properties have stepped up to reduce greenhouse gasses.

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Modern Marvels: Hotels Delivering ‘Wow’

More than mere newness, true modernity pushes the boundaries of possibility. Whether the challenge is to impress an audience of discerning attendees or to help a city attract top-tier gatherings, there’s nothing like an upscale, service-oriented, of-the-moment hotel to amplify the buzz.

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Women Leading at Big Apple Events

Old Blue Eyes said that if you can make it in New York City, you can make it anywhere. More women than ever seem to be making their way to the top of the hospitality industry in the city known for tall towers and tailored suits at the door.

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W Hotels Roll Out New Pride Initiatives

In the spirit of pride month, W Hotels announced plans on Monday to release a series of destination guides for the LGBTQ community that offer value beyond pride festivals. The company says it recognizes that LGBTQ guests are no different than other travelers—they, too, want a uniquely crafted experience.

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Las Vegas Culinary Union

MGM/Caesars Avert Strike

The Culinary Union in Las Vegas has reached a tentative five-year labor deal with Caesars Entertainment Corp. that could avert the first strike in 30 years in the city. Early today, a tweet by a representative of the union said the agreement covers some 12,000 of the 50,000 resort workers.

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