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A vibrant city with a thriving cultural scene and some of the best restaurants in Arizona - it's about time you discovered Tempe, Arizona.
The holiday season is on the horizon, and to get us prepared, we polled our top meetings and events teams for their take on what's trending for 2015 holiday parties.
Experience true relaxation on the picture-perfect coast of Southern California.
Destination Hotels sales professionals recognize that our partners in the government and military sectors have an array of logistical hurdles to cross before an RFP for an event is ever submitted.
Come to San Diego for the beaches, stay for the farm to table food and laid back local population.
Mark Twain called Lake Tahoe “the fairest picture the whole world affords. “The simple, unadorned beauty of the mountains, trees, and lakes soothe you into relaxation but also provoke you to explore.
Central Oregon and has become known as the microbrew capital of the West. With more than 24 breweries, it’s no wonder Bend, just 15 minutes from Sunriver, has been dubbed “Beer Town USA”.
When you think of food in Vermont, chances are the Dark Amber Nectar of the Gods, maple syrup, comes to mind.
San Diego is known for its relaxed atmosphere, craft beer and beautiful sunny weather. From the moment you step outside, you can’t deny the instant attraction to San Diego.
With vacation rentals in six states, the Destination Hotels team of travel experts know a thing or two about planning a great ski trip. Here are the top US ski destinations to visit this ski season.
Planning and coordinating meetings is not only stressful, but can most certainly take a village. In fact, according to an annual study conducted by CareerCast.com, Event Coordinators as having the 8th most stressful job in the nation .
Happy Hours and welcome receptions are the most common way that meeting planners work networking, an essential component of a conference, into the agenda.