Toronto-area meeting planners were invited to meet and greet with senior staff of Caesars Windsor at the recent launch party held at Rain, in Toronto.
A new luxury hotel group, Guoman Hotels, is launching in England and targeting China.
Fairmont will manage the new Fairmont Battery Wharf, scheduled to open in December, on Boston’s waterfront, adjacent to the city’s historic North End.
The Chef Upstairs has launched a second-floor private dining room/cooking studio, in midtown Toronto, designed as a full-fledged event venue for small groups.
The San Francisco-based Coral Reef Alliance (CORAL) has taken its environmentally sustainable, tour-guide training programme worldwide.
“People are always looking for something different when planning their events,” says Michael Hirsch, general manager of Ripley’s Believe it or Not!
Jeff Dixon Named Director of Sales and Marketing for Niagara Convention Centre
Hyatt Regency Calgary is Canada’s first large hotel to support renewable electricity with Bullfrog Power, as the facility’s 13,500-sq.-ft. ballroom, gym and 22 meeting rooms are ‘bullfrogpowered’ with Alberta-generated wind power.
Meeting Professionals International (MPI) takes the lead in sustainable-event certification, as the first to implement the new certification of British Standard 8901 (BSi8901) at its London European Meetings and Events Conference at London ExCeL this April.
When it opens in late 2009, CityCenter, in Las Vegas, will debut the most advanced guestroom technology in the U.S., at ARIA Resort & Casino, Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas and The Harmon Hotel, Spa & Residences.
On Sept. 18, The Westin Verasa, Napa opened its doors deep in the heart of California wine country.
Ken Cretney Named GM of Vancouver Convention Centre