Resorts and Hotels
By land, sea and air, travelers are still on the move - they're just being a lot smarter and stretching their dollar a lot further.
Discover the innovative, and even imaginative, ways resorts and hotels are attracting business and leisure travelers. Also, learn how top industry and consumer trends are shaping the way we do business today, and beyond.
7 Hotels for Successful Meetings in Las Vegas
From one of the world's largest hotels to a resort where every day is a 'circus,' Las Vegas offers a wealth of options for planners looking to book a variety of events.
8 Meeting Hotels For When The Ordinary Just Won't Do
Tired of the same ol' same ol' when it comes to your special events? Check out eight meeting hotels that could have you breaking out of your comfort zone for your next meeting, convention or special event.
Showboat Atlantic City Shows Off Pet-Friendliness
A new hotel is jumping on the rise in pet travel by offering pet-friendly rooms and amenities. Find out which East Coast resort now welcomes Fido.
Hotels around the world are turning to auto partnerships to drive new interest and, in turn, new revenue streams. A case study of how three hospitality brands are shifting marketing plans into overdrive.
One of the fastest growing country's in the world is about to witness more incredible growth, but this time it's hotels and not people.
Speaking Their Language
Across the globe, more and more hotels are recognizing the importance of providing multicultural experiences to their guests.
While we all talk about pampering ourselves, less are actually doing it. See three ways some of the most-recognized hospitality brands (and one iconic spa chain) are helping revive the spa industry and grow their clientele at the same time.
When Bad Weather is Good
Hurricanes, heatwaves, blizzards. Bad weather doesn't need to rain on your business' parade. More and more venues are seeing the silver lining in inclement weather.
Planner Review: Omni Mount Washington
A review of the newly renovated Omni Mount Washington with a focus on areas of interest to business travelers and event planners.
Planner Review: JW Marriott Marquis Hotel Miami
A review of the JW Marriott Marquis Hotel in Miami, with special attention on group and business amenities.
Planner Review: Hotel Beaux Arts Miami
A review of the Hotel Beaux Arts Miami, with a focus on what it will offer business travelers and planners.
Planner Review: Gaylord Opryland
After devastating floods forced its closure, the Gaylord Opryland in Nashville reopens better than ever.
Planner Preview: Hyatt Regency New Orleans
In 2011, New Orleans will welcome the return of the Hyatt Regency New Orleans after devastating damage by Hurricane Katrina. The grand re-opening will mark the city's first major hospitality project in more than 10 years.
Planner Review: Element Times Square New York
A look at what the eco-friendly Element New York Times Square West offers to groups as well as business travelers.
Planner Preview: Aloft Brooklyn
A preview of what Aloft Brooklyn will offer business travelers, including the high-tech perks they'll find within the comfort of their room.
US Office of Travel & Tourism Industries
Dedicated to ensuring US competitiveness on a global level, the website of the Office of Travel & Tourism Industries tracks visitor statistics and patterns.