Taste & Travel

Breaking Attendance Records in Prague

The city’s medical reputation was a draw as the European Association of Haemophilia and Allied Disorders drew its biggest congress crowd yet.

BY Lane Nieset March 19, 2019

A New Chapter for Jerusalem

The Holy City is aiming to woo more conference attendees.

BY Lane Nieset March 19, 2019

This Hotel Wants to Reward Past Guests for Returning Surprising Items

Hoteliers are getting creative in an effort to stand out in a crowded market. From giving away stays for ditching social media to letting customers name their price at check-out, some unconventional approaches are so novel that that prospective guests feel compelled to book, enabling properties to collect data, and ultimately, fill rooms. The Roosevelt

BY David McMillin March 18, 2019

Tokyo Named Top ‘Bleisure’ Destination in Asia

The Japanese capital beat Singapore, Hong Kong, and Sydney in first-ever ‘Bleisure Barometer’ study by The Economist Intelligence Unit.

March 12, 2019

Public Art: 4 Destinations That Paint the Town

Increasingly, cities are offering their buildings and walls as blank canvases to local artists, who are capturing the heritage, culture, and vibe of destinations in larger-than-life ways.

BY David McMillin March 9, 2019

Phoenix Warms the Winter Weary

Punxsutawney Phil couldn’t find his shadow, so Convene headed to Phoenix to find the first signs of spring.

BY David McMillin March 8, 2019

‘One of the Worst Properties on the Planet’ Is Now a Must-Visit Hotel

When SCP Hotels took over a derelict property, the new brand set about transforming it into one of the hottest new hotels to see this year. Here’s how it sets itself apart.

BY David McMillin March 4, 2019