Hotels across the U.S. are opening in restored and renovated historic buildings that give the new properties a tie to the past. Here are four hotels that opened this past year in buildings that now have new life. Groups meeting onsite gain a glimpse into the destinations’ pasts while enjoying all the modern conveniences. Read more.
From Boston’s literary legacy and storied sports venues to revolutionary renaissance projects like Encore Boston Harbor, this historic American city’s spirit readies any meeting agenda for victory. Read more.
Present-day visitors to Texas can travel back in time to experience the state’s history through these six event-capable, historic spots.
Senior contributor Jeff Heilman reports on what groups meeting at Middleburg, Virginia’s Goodstone Inn & Restaurant can expect on their next visit. Read for meeting space details, culinary offerings and more.
Chicago is a city that is defined by its architecture, giving rise to the term “skyscraper” with the construction of the first steel-frame Home Insurance Building in 1885. The city is also home to several historic hotels that helped define the modern concept of meeting and convention accommodations.
Hershey, Harrisburg, Lancaster and York play an important role in the history of Pennsylvania and the United States. The culture and traditions of the early German setters, known as Pennsylvania Dutch, can be seen and experienced throughout the region today. Here are five ways groups can experience the area's rich history at meetings and events.
Victoria, British Columbia, is one of those special destinations in North America that offers a modern flavor all its own while also reverberating with the past.
Don’t discount North Dakota for your next meeting. Bismarck is steeped in historic and noteworthy attractions, including Native American heritage sites and stops on the Lewis and Clark expedition. Find out how you can add these and more to your meeting agenda.
The Fargo-Moorhead region is rich with Viking heritage since the railroad brought many Nordic and German settlers to the area in the late 1800s. Their influence is palpable around the region, and with the popularity of Vikings in television and movies, it makes for some unusually fun free-time options for groups meeting in the area.
Planning a meeting in Omaha, Nebraska? Everything you need—from the historic offsite venues and meetings-friendly hotels to the group dining spots—is in the Old Market district. Read more about why it’s the perfect epicenter for your events.