Wednesday September 15, 2021


SEPTEMBER FOCUS: Hotel Group Meetings

Dan Surette

Bringing the Outdoors Into Your Next Group Event to Elevate the Overall Experience

As meetings and events evolve, it's imperative for hotels and venues to remain responsive and proactive, while also providing the comfort factor that meets attendees' expectations. Without question, any new outdoor offerings should not only address the customer's present needs, but also incorporate existing surroundings to provide a long-lasting property enhancement that will endure well beyond the current concerns.
Bringing the Outdoors Into Your Next Group Event to Elevate the Overall Experience


Daily Industry News Updates

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DAILY HEADLINES - Wednesday Sep 15, 2021
North America's First Landscape Hotel Reveals An Exclusive Look Inside Ahead of Dec. Opening
Settlers Hospitality Chooses IDeaS' Industry-Leading Revenue Management Solutions and Services
La Colección Resorts by Fiesta Americana Adds Three New Properties
Serena Mccabe Appointed Area Director of Sales and Marketing for Thompson Austin and Tommie Austin
Aspen Meadows Resort Names Frank Kastelz as New General Manager
Lightstone Celebrates Topping Out of Dual-Branded Marriott Moxy and AC Hotels in Downtown Los Angeles


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Randa Tukan

The Conference Hotel Re-Imagined

We seem to be exposed to technology at every waking moment; whether at work, home, while traveling or in transitory periods in between. The question looms: what is essential for our need to communicate, learn, expand our trajectory and remain current? With webinars, trainings at work, newsletters beckoning us to open and schedule time, how important is it for us to attend conferences that require time, travel and expense. Do these events still have an impact? Are they worthy of our time? How does the design, format and conference offering impede or influence our decision to attend such events?
John R. Hunt

Preventing Liability for Offsite Functions

Offsite events in the hospitality industry have become increasingly popular. While these vary in the kinds of activities and venues involved, all of them require some advance consideration of the risks that may arise. For example, some events may involve a greater danger of possible physical injuries while others may create the potential for employment-based claims. As a result, meeting planners, the company sponsoring the event, and even hotels should review these risks during the planning stage of the event along with possible insurance coverages. The following article explores this kind of assessment in greater detail.

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