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Atlantic City’s Revel to Reopen, Will Maintain Event Space  
Atlantic City’s Revel resort could reopen as soon as this summer. Here’s a look at what’s planned.
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FRONT PAGE NEWS
Air Travel: United Expands U.S. Network, Offers 2nd Checked Bag Deal  
There are a number of developments from United Airlines this week in air travel news affecting the meetings and events industry. Take a look.
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Supplier News: Big Renos for Adelphi, Westin Las Vegas  
There have been a number of major renovations this week in the meetings and events industry. Take a look.
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Major Renovation Planned for Memphis Convention Center  
Construction on the $175 million project will kick off in Q1 2018, with an expected completion in Q4 2019. Here's a look at what's planned.
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DESTINATION NEWS
Westin Las Vegas Adds Meeting Space, Goes Non-Gaming  
A major renovation project at the Westin Las Vegas Hotel & Spa has repositioned the hotel as a non-gaming, non-smoking property. Here’s a look at what’s new.
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The Adelphi Hotel Revamps Event Spaces  
The hotel completed a large-scale redevelopment and reopening in fall 2017. Take a look.
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Portugal: Vila Galé Porto Ribeira, a Boutique Hotel With a ‘Paper Free' Concept  
Vila Galé Porto Ribeira, a boutique hotel in the Vila Galé group, has opened in the riverside area of Porto. Here's an inside look.
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Australia: New Gold Coast Rooftop Venue Secures Top Talent  
The Star Gold Coast is partnering with Simon Gloftis and Billy Cross for its new rooftop restaurant and bar, which is set to open in March. Find out more.
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Americas: Hyatt Joins Marriott and Hilton, Tightens Cancellation Policy  
The revised rules could help last-minute bookings but hurt small businesses.
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Americas: Don’t Panic: Domestic Flyers Won’t Be Turned Away for Old Driver’s Licenses  
DHS confirms that while some states have yet to be granted extensions to adopt the standardized identification requirements of the REAL ID program, no travel disruption is anticipated.
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Americas: 5 Meeting Pros on Productivity  
5 meeting pros share their strategies for managing distractions, prioritizing, and getting (almost) everything done.
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