Lanyon Acquires Passkey, Extending Leadership in Global?Meetings, Events, and?Travel Technology

Lanyon, a leader in meetings, events, and travel technology, today announced it has acquired Passkey, an industry leading group reservation technology provider. With the acquisition, Lanyon now offers a comprehensive suite of cloud-based software for meetings, events and travel, as well as the only unified group reservation and corporate transient technology platform for hotels.
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Tourism main topic at annual Antarctic Treaty meeting

Increased tourism on the world's iciest continent and its impact on the environment were set to top discussion at an annual Antarctic Treaty meeting that began Monday in Brasilia. "Some countries view the question with concern and believe that there is too much tourism in the region," said Manoel Silva Rodrigues, secretary of Brazil's commission on maritime resources. The Antarctic Treaty sets …
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Boston: Boston’s Seaport Hotel Now Rolls Out New Look

An improved Seaport needs a prettier Seaport Hotel. Here it is.

Last week, we gave props to the virtues of the Seaport Hotel in Boston for their no tipping policy. Now we’re giving them a (virtual) high-five for their new look, coming online soon.

The Seaport District sure has come a long way since the four-diamond Seaport Hotel opened as the neighborhood’s first hotel in 1998. Back then, the area was sort of a no-man’s-land: just tumbleweeds, grizzled fisher-folk unloading their traps of lobsters, and on occasion, lanyard-wearing convention attendees meandering through empty streets, like zombies in a post-apocalyptic science-fiction movie. (Okay, we’re being dramatic. But seriously, there was really nothing much to see.)

But

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Tourism main topic at annual Antarctic Treaty meeting

Increased tourism on the world's iciest continent and its impact on the environment were set to top discussion at an annual Antarctic Treaty meeting that began Monday in Brasilia. "Some countries view the question with concern and believe that there is too much tourism in the region," said Manoel Silva Rodrigues, secretary of Brazil's commission on maritime resources. The Antarctic Treaty sets …
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