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Viceroy Anguilla to Become a Four Seasons

by Lisa A. Grimaldi | June 30, 2016
The 166-room property will close Aug. 22 and reopen Oct. 20 as the Four Seasons Resort and Private Residences Anguilla.

Smokin' Spuds

by Lisa A. Grimaldi | June 30, 2016
Better Barbecue (4 of 4): These side dishes pair great with BBQ.

London & Partners' CEO on Brexit: 'London Is, and Will Always Be, a Truly Global Trading City'

by Lisa A. Grimaldi | June 29, 2016
Gordon Innes stresses the capital's strong international business appeal and inclusiveness.

Airbnb Sues San Francisco Over New Short-Term Rentals Rules

by Associated Press | June 29, 2016
The company's suit filed Monday seeks an injunction to suspend the law, which is set to take effect July 27.

Singapore and Brussels Hosted the Most Conferences in 2015, Per UIA Rankings

by Loren G. Edelstein | June 29, 2016
Seoul takes third place in the annual International Meetings Statistics Report.

Cottony Clean-Up

by Lisa A. Grimaldi | June 29, 2016
Better Barbecue (3 of 4): These clever napkins are the perfect accessory for ribs, burgers and more.

Reagan National Airport to Get $1 Billion Makeover

June 28, 2016
Reagan National Airport's newest building project will replace a problematic gate with a new commuter concourse.

Atlanta Marriott Marquis Unveils $78 Million Renovation

by Lisa A. Grimaldi | June 28, 2016
The property’s 1,663 guest rooms and 160,000 square feet of meeting space have been upgraded.

Three Hotel Projects Planned for Chicago's O'Hare

by Michael J. Shapiro | June 28, 2016
The $350 million investment will bring significantly more meeting space.

High-Style Sausages

by Lisa A. Grimaldi | June 28, 2016
Better Barbecue (2 of 4): This BBQ menu idea takes hot dogs up a notch.

New York City's Waldorf Astoria to Convert Majority of Rooms to Condos

by Lisa A. Grimaldi | June 27, 2016

Next year, the iconic hotel will close for up to three years while up to 1,100 rooms are made into private residences.

People

Interview Lisa Vogt cruises site selection

by Allen J. Sheinman | June 01, 2016
The associate vice president, global meetings, incentive and charter sales, for Celebrity Cruises, outlines the unique advantages of holding a meeting aboard a cruise ship.

Research

Will You Meet in Mississippi or North Carolina?

Most planners polled by M&C Research say they would avoid destinations that have passed controversial laws that some could find discriminatory.

To Boycott or Not?

Planners sound off on whether controversial laws should influence site selection.

30 Seconds to Smart: How Planners Feel Mergers Will Affect Hotel Brands (Video)

We asked planners how they feel about industry consolidation.

30 Seconds to Smart: How Planners Feel About New or Lesser-Known Hotel Brands (Video)

We asked planners if they would consider a new or lesser-known hotel brand for a meeting.
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London & Partners' CEO on Brexit: 'London Is, and Will Always Be, a Truly Global Trading City'

Gordon Innes stresses the capital's strong international business appeal and inclusiveness.

Airbnb Sues San Francisco Over New Short-Term Rentals Rules

The company's suit filed Monday seeks an injunction to suspend the law, which is set to take effect July 27.

Singapore and Brussels Hosted the Most Conferences in 2015, Per UIA Rankings

Seoul takes third place in the annual International Meetings Statistics Report.

Reagan National Airport to Get $1 Billion Makeover

Reagan National Airport's newest building project will replace a problematic gate with a new commuter concourse.

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