Seaport District, Boston’s largest development project, will alter more than just the city’s iconic skyline. Here's a quick guide to the city's new
Tom Bennett, vice president of sales and services at Experience Grand Rapids, shares secrets about what to do in the River City.
Chattanooga is a destination primed to help groups stuck in a rut.
Remembering the Alamo City—San Antonio celebrates its 300th anniversary with a slew of new offerings sure to entice planners.
Springfield, Missouri, rewards attendees looking to get outside of hotels and convention centers.
The beauty of Estes Park, Colorado, is that it allows attendees to clear their heads before getting down to work.
Gatlinburg, Tennessee’s arts community offers a chance to discover an artistic tradition full of skill, spirit and history.
The gleaming 40-story Marriott Marquis Chicago—the largest Marriott to open in North America in 2017—is the newest member of the Windy City’s club.
Bruce Dalton took over as president and CEO of Visit Aurora (Colorado), discusses what affect the upcoming Gaylord Rockies Resort and Convention Center
Depending on whether you’re in Florida, Alabama or Mississippi, there’s a different experience to be had near the Gulf of Mexico.
Orlando World Center Marriott, with 450,000 square feet of meeting space and loads of kid-friendly amenities and nearby attractions, appeals to attendees
Sheraton Bay Point in Panama City, Florida, is changing perceptions of the destination once known as a spring break capital.
Philadelphia, the City of Brotherly Love, has a lot to brag about with new hotels, a new museum and a steady stream of tourists.
Looking to host a retreat or an intimate event in New England? We have have three hotels that should definitely be part of your inn-crowd.
Historic Sante Fe continues to evolve as a sought-after meeting destination in New Mexico, but it isn't the state's only city with southwestern charm.
The YMCA of the Rockies’ Estes Park Center is set 8,000 feet above sea level against a backdrop of the Rocky Mountains and surrounded by natural beauty.
Walkable Columbus, Ohio, fresh off a convention center renovation, aims to be top of mind for planners coordinating events.
Flagstaff is known for its endless array of outdoor activities, Native American history and lively downtown—and a hidden gem for small- to midsize events.
The Wisconsin Dells is booming with expanded hotels and local immersion experiences like the Scenic River Walk and a winery.
With miles of downtown connectivity, skywalks are an event planner's best friend. Here are five of our favorite sky-high walkways.
Tucson's traditional cuisine ranges from sweet prickly pear syrup to savory Sonoran hotdogs. Which flavor will you add to your menu first?
Visiting these Cincinnati shops is an entertaining experience thanks to the adjacent art galleries, good eats and live street performances.
Before Connect Faith happens Oct. 24 - 26 at Duke Energy Convention Center in Cincinnati, familiarize yourself with the city. You're going to love it!
Have a free night while in Cincy on business? Lucky you! Enjoy Cincinnati's nightlife at one of these establishments.
Have limited leisure time to hit up the Cincinnati tourist sites? Prioritize these three, which highlight the city's natural beauty and playful spirit.
Don't miss these favorites from Cincinnati's restaurant scene. Jalapeno-spiced macaroni and cheese, ricotta donuts or slow-roasted ribs, anyone?
While at Connect Faith, take advantage of Cincinnati's best experiences, which can only be found in the Queen City. You'll thank us later!
Treat your colleagues—and yourself—by scheduling an offsite meeting at one of these top-notch Cincinnati coffee or sweets shops.
Combining convention space, hotels, dining and entertainment options in one walkable district, Avenida Houston is bringing attention to the city.
Add these three attractions to your must-see list for Colorado Springs, a city that's home to dozens of faith-based organizations.
Surprise! Las Vegas has many opportunities for faith-based groups to give back to the community and have good, clean fun.
Visit Indy's senior vice president of sales Daren Kingi weighs in on why Indianapolis is a favorite among faith-based groups.
Visit Salt Lake President and CEO Scott Beck shares why event coordinators should consider hosting their next gathering in the mountainous metro.
Faith-based organizations are booking space at hostels, a budget-friendly alternative to hotels, through Hostelling International USA.
A massive mixed-use development and new tourist attractions are coming to the Washington D.C. waterfront, making the district a new destination for events.
Warning: time spent at one of these three organizations in the western United States may result in an unforgettable outdoor adventure.