When you build a resort hotel with the convention market in mind, building connectivity into the design creates a huge advantage. Proof of this can be seen at Gaylord Palms, the new 1,406-room convention resort hotel in Kissimmee, Fla., which isn't the perfect venue for meetings with heavy connectivity requirements. But it's close. Like its sibling, Gaylord's Opryland in Nashville, it features vast, glass-enclosed theme areas. But there the obvious similarities end. When it comes to ...

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