A new report from Amadeus and InterContinental Hotels Group suggests that traditional and generic definitions of room types are on their way out. How should event organizers adjust to meet tomorrow’s expectations about accommodations?
Results of PCMA Convene’s recent Twitter poll on how much time event planners allow to make their flights shouldn’t come as a big surprise.
What food trends and stories should event planners have on their radar? Convene provides a weekly roundup of what’s making news in the F&B and business travel worlds.
The toolkit provides messaging, materials, and alternatives for event organizers who “have been caught in the crosshairs” of travel bans and boycotts.
Some global destinations — including the U.S. — have ‘massive’ amounts of hotel rooms in the pipeline. What does that mean for planners?
A boutique hotel in Colorado is taking an unorthodox approach to room rates by giving guests a say in the final charges.
As regional capitals see a strong increase in hotel bookings, events such as MeetGB are putting U.K. destinations in the best possible light for potential travellers.
A new study analyzes the attitudes and expectations that drive attendee housing decisions — and it’s not always about saving money.
A new report reveals that the United States is losing appeal for international tourists, which raises the question of how the country is perceived among international delegates.
The world’s longest sea-crossing bridge is drawing global attention to Hong Kong.
But there are ways to fix that.
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