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March 29, 2017
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The Top Meeting Hotels in the U.S., EMEA and Asia Pacific  
Cvent has released its annual look at top hotels for meeting planners. Check out the rankings here.
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Air Travel: Big Cathay Pacific Codeshare, Latest on Electronics Ban  
Also this week in air travel, Alaska Airlines announced plans to retire the Virgin America name. Here’s the latest.
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Convention Space News: Bürgenstock Resort Lake Lucerne, Miami Convention Center  
From Switzerland to Miami, there have been a number of big new developments in convention spaces this week. Take a look.
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Relais & Châteaux’s Castle Hill Inn Adds New Welcome Amenity for Planners  
The historic property in Newport, RI, is offering a new incentive for planners to book. Find out more.
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Paris: Hôtel de Crillon to Debut Renovations in Summer  
After closing for renovations four years ago, this Rosewood hotel is set to make a dramatic entrance in summer 2017. Here's what to expect.
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Palace Hotel at the Bürgenstock Resort Lake Lucerne Opens for Meetings  
When the entire resort is completed, the meetings facility – central Switzerland’s largest – will offer 23,680 square feet of space in 31 venues accommodating 800 attendees. Here’s what attendees can expect.
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Watch: Behind the Scenes of the Miami Beach Convention Center’s Big Renovations  
The Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau has released a new behind-the-scenes look at the $615 million renovation of the Miami Beach Convention Center. Watch it here.
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Grand Hyatt New York Debuts Big Conference Level Reno  
The renovations included 12,000 square feet of the hotel’s meeting space and 18 breakout rooms. Here’s an inside look.
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Portugal: Portugal on the Corporate Events and Congresses' Map  
This is the ultimate goal of the Secretary of State for Tourism Ana Mendes Godinho's strategy. Here's a look at what's planned.
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Sub-Saharan Africa: Eventuate: Innovation, Integration and 3D  
Bryn Jupp, managing director at Eventuate, talks all things tech and shows us how they’re innovating in the audiovisual and technical realms.
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Australia: Bookings Open for Aloft Perth  
The opening date for the new Aloft Perth has been confirmed, with the 224-room hotel now accepting bookings for reservations from May 26, 2017, onwards. Here’s what guests can expect.
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Asia: Mandarin Oriental, Macau Offers Meetings With More  
Mandarin Oriental, Macau has launched Meetings with More, which bundles meetings with pampering breaks and room perks. Here’s how it works.
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Americas: What Planners Need to Know About Meeting Logo Design  
Your conference logo should reflect your strategy and message. Does it?
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Americas: Could the Confusing New Device Travel Rule Mess With Your Meetings?  
Attendees planning to fly to U.S. meetings from select Middle Eastern and North African countries now may have to check their devices rather than carry them on board. Could that be a deal-breaker?
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Americas: What Really Drives Event Attendance? Don’t Fall into These Traps  
Why are some events filled with “cult followers” while others struggle for attendance? Here are some insider tips.
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