Hereâ€™s TTGmiceâ€™s weekly round up of MICE developments outside of Asia.
Municon reopens after refurbishment
Munich Airport’s hospitality and catering subsidiary Allresto has completed refurbishments to the Municon Conference Center, a meeting facility at the airport.
Municon now has 34 airy, well-lit rooms to choose from, and all the meeting rooms have been equipped with advanced technology and new TV screens. The capacity of the rooms range from four to 180 people. The meeting facility also boasts its own restaurant with a view.
Bologna’s exhibition centre begins redevelopment
The Bologna Exhibition Centre in Italy has embarked on a redevelopment and expansion project, which will increase its exhibition space from 36,000m2 to 140,000m2.
The first phase of the project involves demolition and total reconstruction of pavilions 29 and 30, which will be rebuilt and reopened in time for fairs starting in September 2018.
Expected to be fully completed by 2022, the redevelopment will see hallways being lined with urban spaces such as gardens and F&B outlets, and have natural light streaming in.
Caesars Entertainment to develop conference centre in Las Vegas
The worldâ€™s two largest pillarless ballrooms and 28,000m2 of flexible meeting space will be part of a new US$375 million conference centre planned by Caesars Entertainment Corporation in Las Vegas.
Caesars Entertainment plans to develop a 51,000m2 conference centre, to be named Caesars Forum, to meet the increasing demand for group business meetings of all sizes. It will be located east of the Las Vegas Strip with bridge connections to Harrahâ€™s and the LINQ Promenade.
Scheduled to officially open in 2020, Caesars expects to break ground on the new centre early in 2Q2018.