All-inclusive properties have officially joined the experiential meetings bandwagon, thanks to increased demand from attendees.
News from four Caribbean & Mexico resorts: Club Med, Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa, Hilton Rose Hall and Fiesta Americana Condesa Cancun
With a growing millennial demographic that is focusing on wellness as a means to finding work-life balance, wellness has quickly become a hot topic in meetings.
A recent travel warning issued by the U.S. Department of State has left meeting planners wondering if it’s safe to travel to Mexico.
Meeting planners looking for a new place to explore in Mexico should check out one of the country’s latest emerging destinations: the state of Campeche.
Learning traditional Latin American dances such as the tango gives attendees an experience they can take home with them.
Even though the arena is the latest highlight for groups, the Oasis property’s casino experience creates Vegas-style excitement that’s unique to the Cancun area.
A new focus on culture and tradition ensures there is no shortage of authentic cultural experiences to be had with Barcelo Hotels & Resorts.
Grupo Posadas’ La Coleccion brand emphasizes luxury, authentic Mexico and adventure experiences.
The recently opened 547-suite Hyatt Ziva Cancun ups the ante on the all-inclusive experience.
A range of forward-thinking conferences, renovations and dining options are lifting Mexico into the innovative destination category.
Amping up its gastronomical game, the property now offers a new Indian restaurant and chill-out lounge bar.
Esperanza's Floating Lounge—which is essentially a barge—sits right on the Sea of Cortez.
New definitions of Puerto Vallarta luxury unfold with posh, eco-friendly hotels and immersive adventure.
Unico aims to connect groups to the pulse of each destination by embracing its contemporary culture.
The Marieta Island's famous Hidden Beach is set to close for two months to undergo an essential environmental conservation program.
Puerto Vallarta’s Velas Resorts hotel group is constantly breaking the mold on meeting programs and services.
“Fiesta Americana Resort Collection was established to distinguish the brand’s unique beach resorts apart from the other properties under the Posadas brand."
Participants will practice their downward dog poses while overlooking the city’s skyline under the instruction of Ana Paula Domingez, founder and director of the Mexican Institute of Yoga.
A new promotion applies to the Cancun, Riviera Nayarit, Riviera Maya and Punta Cana Hard Rock resorts throughout 2016.
We caught up with Tania Banos, sales executive for Lat20 by Live Aqua, an all-inclusive adults-only boutique resort in Playa del Carmen, to see how planners are leveraging local culture to create hyperlocal meetings and incentives. Here's what Banos had to say.
The 602-room Grand Fiesta Americana Coral Beach Cancun is a haven for relaxation, while at the same time, directly connected to the buzzing Cancun International Convention Center and within minutes of Cancun’s local culture and entertainment.
The interior decor combines contemporary design with an influence from Mayan materials and themes.
“We want to continue to enhance our unparalleled wellness experience, and Jason is the perfect addition to our focus on fitness.”
Innovation has its own rhythm in Mexico. Tweaks on time-tested traditions—from ancient cooking techniques to tea baths—make local experiences and customs new again for Mexico meetings.