New Act Travel opened in Century City in 1993. The philosophy was to establish a full service agency of highly knowledgeable agents who would service corporate, entertainment, and leisure accounts with accuracy and a personal touch.
Over the past 10 years, New Act Travel has expanded to currently include locations in Encino, California, Las Vegas, Nevada and Atlanta, Georgia with over 90 highly qualified agents, specializing in many different areas. We enjoy yearly gross sales that allow us the clout and ability to negotiate the best for our clients, while still maintaining the highest level of service that you, the client, have grown to expect from your travel professional.
Taking vacations could prolong life. That’s the finding of a 40-year study presented today at ESC Congress and accepted for publication in The Journal of Nutrition, Health & Aging. (1,2) “Don’t think having an otherwise healthy lifestyle will compensate for working too hard and not taking...
Thank you again to the fabulous team at Virtuoso Travel for presenting us with a nice commemoration of our 25th year in business! We're feeling especially grateful for our staff, clients and all of our partners in travel who've made it possible for us to...
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We're feeling very grateful for our team of upstanding citizens, both inside the workplace and outside of! Jolly, from our LA office volunteers as Santa Claus each year at The Village, a charity here in LA. Cheers to the holidays and the best new year...
We are so proud to know our own Santa Clause. He is a supper nice person throughout the year and during the holiday season he shares his kindness with others.
The Marriott Marquis Chicago has opened adjacent to the McCormick Place convention center and the new 10,000-seat Wintrust Arena.
With 1,204 guestrooms, the hotel is Chicago’s largest to open this year. The modern glass exterior is presented as a contrast to the 105-year-old American Book Co. next door. The hotel’s public spaces feature Chicago artists’ work inspired by city sights. Artwork includes a video-enabled QR code, so guests can conduct their own tour of the pieces using their smartphones. The hotel’s design team collaborated with Chicago-based AudioTree to produce a video available on the guestroom TVs, featuring details about the inspiration of each art piece through interviews.
Guestrooms feature a grey-and-white color scheme to complement the city views outside. The property has 93,000 square feet of meeting space, including two 25,000-square-foot ballrooms and 29 meeting rooms of various sizes.
The hotel’s 33rd floor later this year will debut a 4,000-square-foot events space with 180-degree views of the city and Lake Michigan.
The hotel is Chicago’s sixth largest in terms of guestrooms, behind the Hyatt Regency Chicago, Palmer House, Hilton Chicago, Hyatt Regency McCormick Place and Sheraton Grand Chicago.