New and Renovated
With a recent surge of growth, the cities of Southwest Michigan are ready to host more groups and events. New-builds and property restorations are drawing locals and visitors alike back to the downtown neighborhoods. Recently opened hotels have added to room counts, with more properties expected to debut later this year and early next, and convention center and venue projects are adding even more meeting square footage to this region.
Omaha’s downtown convention district along the city’s riverfront will undergo a $290 million transformation. Plans for the new development, which will connect the convention district, downtown Omaha and the riverfront, were revealed on June 14, 2018, via an announcement to the press.
Our city features more live entertainment in a single day than any other in the world, and that excitement brings visitors and delegates back time and again,” said Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA) CEO Rossi Ralenkotter, celebrating 45 years with the bureau in 2018.
Ashford Hospitality Prime is buying Florida's Ritz-Carlton, Sarasota for $171 million.
The metro region continues to add new venues, attractions and resources.
If there’s any American city that knows how to reach for the stars, it’s Houston.
For meetings, the Constitution State is the home of special people and places.
Industrious by heritage and by nature, the festive “Flower City” continues to flourish in the bloom of renaissance and growth.
Few nations, let alone states, can match Texas in business.
Toronto went the extra mile—700, in fact—to secure the 2017 bid for ASAE's annual.