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Welcoming Wellness

With travelers increasingly seeking to maintain healthy habits while on the road, a number of major hotel chains have responded by upping their wellness offerings.

Features
Almost any meeting budget can quickly go off the rails due to circumstances unforeseen or poorly anticipated. Here are some common mistakes and solutions as outlined by experts.
These innovative ways to give incentive awards blend desirable, cutting-edge products with fun social interactions.
Short Takes
Finally, they've invented a vest whose copious pockets keep your electronic gadgets safe from RFID hacking.
Newsline
Sites and apps that connect consumers for the purpose of procuring various goods and services are making inroads into the corporate travel and meeting markets.
The former Society of Incentive Travel Executives has become the Society for Incentive Travel Excellence.
The 425-room Kingsmill Resort now offers three- and four-bedroom cottages, along with a 1,600-square-foot conference center and seafood mecca the James Landing Grille.
Planners weigh on on their favorite hotel features and pet peeves.
Planners Portfolio
Best practices for locating and retaining local help.
Many planners are misinformed as to what this clause allows. Here's the scoop.
Destination Guides

Michael C. Lowe MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. Local Update • The Homewood Suites Oceanfront Resort & Conference Center  will open early next year as the first new hotel in Myrtle Beach in five years. The $25 million, 100-suite property will have a 300-seat conference center, three pools, a fi

Boston's convention center will expand.
Fort Walton Beach gets its own Holiday Inn.
A new Hilton hotel is coming to Portland, Ore.
Grand Openings
From Newark, N.J., to Santa Monica, Calif., here are some high-profile hotel debuts and renovations worth noting.
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