Hot off the plane! We've got another report from Timothy Arnold, who journeyed to Prague to see the sites and the hotels. Read why it could be his favorite city in Europe (the library pictured here has something to do with it)—and why the destination is a great value for meetings....More
Here's another guest post from MeetingsNet editor-at-large Regina Baraban, who's on a fam at the Aruba Marriott and making me very jealous!
Incentive business is booming at the Aruba Marriott, says Director of Events and Banquets Ilaina Franco Franka—with companies investing in sophisticated AV setups, healthy dining options, and green initiatives....More
Join Timothy Arnold as he travels the world documenting his site inspections of meeting-worthy hotels and resorts. First up: Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic, where he finds beauty in resorts like the Hard Rock (pictured), but suggests earplugs for never-ending airport announcements....More
Wander through layers of art, architecture, and history—Medieval, Roman, Islamic, Gothic, Renaissance—while Rail Europe’s high-speed trains zip you from city to city with plenty of tapas on the way. Welcome to Southern Spain....More
Las Vegas’ Imperial Palace has officially been dethroned. Recently rebranded as The Quad Resort & Casino, the Caesars Entertainment property at the heart of the Vegas strip has nearly completed a year’s worth of renovations to its exterior and public spaces....More
With a $1 million grant from the State of Virginia to support job creation, Cvent will move to a new headquarters building and add 400 jobs over the next three years—doubling its number of Virginia-based employees....More
There is a special vibe in Santa Fe—part Native American, part New Age, part laid-back chic, and uniquely creative—where a hotel, such as La Posada Santa Fe, may even have a painter in residence (pictured)....More