If you find yourself in Atlantic City, New Jersey, with some time but little change to spare, don’t worry — hitting up casinos isn’t the only way to pass the hours in the resort town. Here’s how Convene suggests having a great day in Atlantic City. Morning To start your day off feeling, enjoy a leisurely
Loews Hotels is getting nostalgic this holiday season, serving locally-inspired cocktails from The Bellhop Bar by Loews Hotels. The concept pays homage to “the golden age of the cocktail era” with its use of an oversized steamer trunk retrofitted as a bar and antique, apothecary-style bottles.
In downtown St. Louis, located just a few blocks from the America’s Center Convention Complex, is a true artistic marvel. With secret caves and passageways, a small circus, and plenty of slides, City Museum is a recycler’s paradise with many of the exhibits constructed from products that were made for other uses.
The funky, fun Garage Bar and restaurant in downtown Louisville’s NuLu neighborhood, or East Market District, is housed in a former auto service station just a five-minute drive and 20-minute walk from the Kentucky International Convention Center.
The popular transportation company is launching a new effort to make arriving at sporting events easier. Might convention centers be next on the company’s priority list? Remember the last time you used your phone to request a ride to a baseball game or a concert? Everything felt easy — the car picked you up outside
They’re also getting pretty awesome, too. As time-strapped attendees look for ways to maximize their time on the ground, hoteliers are developing new properties with plenty of event space just steps away from the security line.