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A new CSR concept co-founded by one of Prevue’s editors and aptly named the Empty Suitcase Campaign has attendees fill their duffle bags with needed items and go—it’s that simple!
Self-defining experiences are largely shaping attendees’ view of luxury. We spoke with Teddy Bouroncle, complex executive chef for the Aruba Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino to see how the resort is delivering on this trend.
Groups booking the St. Kitts Marriott resort on certain dates get 30% off group rates and a $125 air credit per person per stay.
The trend toward incorporating locally grown herbs, fruits and other ingredients into spa treatments is making its way into many luxury resorts.
Jedi training, light sabers and Star Wars-themed cocktails are just a few of the perks to be offered on board the 5,336-bed Disney Fantasy.
Hilton Puerto Rico’s new group activities range from pina colada classes at the Caribe Hilton to upscale dinners in the walk-in freezer at the El San Juan.
On St. Thomas, groups can stay at Bluebeard’s Castle Resort, a historic property that dates back to the 1600’s when pirates were in their heyday.
Atlantis Paradise Island has grown and evolved over the years to remain the preeminent destination resort in the Bahamas.
A newer experience for all-inclusive resorts, the oxygen bar brings attendees together to breathe in flavored oxygen that can increase relaxation.
The Incentive Research Foundation forecasts increased per-person spending, more international trips and a healthier 2015 overall for incentive travel.
Meeting planning at the Fiesta Americana Puerto Vallarta All Inclusive & Spa hotel is more of an occasion. We recently spoke with Eduardo Pinto, group sales director for the property to find out why.
Barceló Bávaro’s Culinary Week celebrates local flavors by bringing together the finest chefs in the Dominican Republic.
Natural beauty, unconventional venues and an expanding luxury hotel base are enticing groups to escape the conventional in Puerto Rico.
Rely on the Sunlinc team for their attention to detail and that extra touch of magic which makes every program in St. Kitts and Nevis remarkable.
Want to include social media in your meeting, but don’t know how to start? Martin Stoll works with planners doing meetings in Puerto Rico to make the journey easier.
Sunlinc, one of the Caribbean’s leading DMCs, will be supporting the 14th Edition of the Leadership Summit in St. Kitts January 5-9, 2015.
MGM Resorts International Director of Sales Mike Dominguez saw that the sales incentive program that was intended to incentivize his team wasn’t working—so he revamped it.
Kantours has been serving groups meeting on St. Kitts and Nevis since 1984 and has become known for its intricate attention to detail and creative décor.
“We listened to our customers who have organized large meetings and conventions at Palace Resorts for years.”
In addition to the property’s indoor spaces, attendees can also gather outdoors for a barbecue on the private beach that could incorporate local cuisine and a glamorous poolside reception under the stars.
Perched high above the high-end Blue Mall complex, the new JW Marriott Santo Domingo gives the Dominican Republic its first “floating” restaurant and bar.
“The days of packaging and bundling experiences are over,” explained InterVISTAS Consulting’s Executive VP Paul Ouimet. “It’s time to focus on the areas where you can actually have an impact.”
“Launching our first property in Jamaica was a strategic decision,” said Sandor Winkler, chief development officer for Palace Resorts. “We believe this expansion will propel the Palace Resorts brand to new heights.”
Marriott wants meeting planners to explore St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands.