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The Hilton São Paulo Morumbi is helping groups get in on this year’s Brazil Carnival, with their new “Pacote Fantasia” package.
“These lodges’ outstanding service and experiences in addition to their commitment to sustainability make them ideal for small groups or incentive trips.”
“W Bogota draws inspiration from the Legend of the Golden King, which is representative of Bogota’s great history.”
Announcing Site’s 2014 Crystal Award winners, from the UAE’s biggest incentive trip ever to a CSR program that delivered running shoes to preschoolers in South Africa.
Positioned in what was once the heart of the Inca Empire, the JW Marriott El Convento Cusco introduces groups to Peru’s rich cultural heritage.
The W Bogota is set to put a local spin on W’s passion points: music, fashion and design when it opens this December in Bogota, Colombia.
In addition to the five hotel openings, the city of Quito also plans to invest in two major projects for the events industry.
Expo Guadalajara hosts the seven biggest events in Mexico.
New concert hall is designed for both world class cultural events and corporate meetings.
Rio de Janeiro beaches offer corporate groups a playground of everything from sand sports to surfing to swimming to kiosks along the sidewalk.
“Brazil is a continental country, with varied attractions and destinations to please all tastes, interests and trip formats.”
Included in the mix is an Experience Lounge, which allows planners a 3D glimpse into the site’s possibilities.
Created by Hyatt in 2007, Andaz hotels are “upscale, boutique-inspired lifestyle properties that distill the best of their locale.” The nine hotels all work with local artists, musicians, authors and designers in their respective neighborhoods. And about once a month, the hotel staff organizes Andaz Salon events where guests and area residents hang out with […]