San Diego is 250 years old and still looking good—and these new and renovated meeting venues prove it. From hotels downtown to unique offsites, here’s a roundup of the latest openings and updates in San Diego.
Inspired by client demand and driven by innovation, these are the mega-projects and mega-deals creating the future Las Vegas. Plus, extended destinations for meetings, and why Vegas is right on the money for groups.
Behind meetings momentum and increasing product diversification in 2019, Atlantic City is more equipped than ever to host meeting and event groups. Read more about the destination’s strides and future offerings.
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.
Host your next event in one of these three St. Louis historic hotels. With stunning architecture and captivating pasts, these are ready-made for inspiring meetings.
Teneo Hospitality Group added Nobu Hotels and four of its properties—Nobu Chicago, Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace Las Vegas, Nobu Miami and Nobu Los Cabos—to its U.S. and Mexico portfolios. Read more.
Hard Rock International is offering groups a new way to mix teambuilding and corporate social responsibility at its hotel and casino properties through its partnership with Clean the World. Read more.
MGM Resorts International sells Circus Circus Las Vegas and Bellagio Las Vegas. In the same announcement, made Tuesday, October 16, the company also said there is a deal with Blackstone Real Estate Income Trust to lease back the Bellagio property. Read more.
As Nashville’s tourism flourishes, so does the interest from meeting planners. Music City hotels are answering the call, offering new and reimagined spaces—here’s the latest at JW Marriott Nashville, Renaissance Nashville and Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center.
Orlando's hotel and event venues are constantly evolving. Between new openings, expansions and renovations, it can be hard to keep up. Here are some highlights of what's new in Orlando for 2019, starting with some big tourism news.