When the sun goes down, the fun in Las Vegas is just warming up. The list of where to play after the meeting day is as long as it is varied. From unique museums to adrenaline rush experiences, there are endless options to satisfy all interests and budgets.
Ever seen the word "citywide" next to the word "incentive"? Four luxury resorts in Dana Point, Calif., have joined forces to attract larger incentive programs booked into multiple properties. (Pictured, the St. Regis Monarch Beach)...More
MGM Resorts announces plans for a new 5,000-seat theater in Las Vegas, which will be available for meeting groups when it opens in 2016. The Blue Man Group will move from the Monte Carlo to Luxor this fall....More
Three major hotels in the SoMa neighborhood of San Francisco are working together—along with nearby event venues as well—to market themselves to meetings requiring up to 1,500 guest rooms on peak nights. (Pictured: the San Francisco Marriott Marquis)...More
Luxury hotel operator Fairmont Hotels & Resorts is taking over management of San Diego’s now-rebranded Fairmont Grand Del Mar resort, a Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel for the fourth consecutive year....More