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.
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We spoke to Laura Robles, CMP, director of group sales for Fiesta Americana Grand Coral Beach Cancun, about how new innovations are enhancing the experiences of meeting attendees.
Months ahead of its ninth annual conference, the 2015 Global Wellness Summit (GWS) is already expected to draw a record turnout to Mexico City.
“The oceanfront resort features a sophisticated and modern architectural design, which blends representative textures, color and elements from the Baja region.”
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!
“Fiesta Americana Puebla will address the demand for hotel services that appeal to high-end business and leisure travelers coming to the city.”
The ‘JW Voices for Women’ program stems from Marriott’s partnership with the Clinton Global Initiative.
“From the bohemian boutique, Isla Mujeres Palace and ultra-luxurious AAA Diamond Le Blanc Spa Resort to our signature property Moon Palace, the largest in Cancun, there’s truly something for every group—no matter the size or needs.”
Most days, the tide will allow a couple hours for you to check out the beach, which feels so exclusive that Leonardo DiCaprio’s character in The Beach would be jealous.
“The resort’s size (only 35 suites, all oceanfront) creates an intimate experience that allows for extra personalized service to each guest. This also makes it perfect for incentive groups.”
The property is a buzzing hub of meeting attendees with a flawless level of professional and gracious service.
The recovery is largely due to the unstoppable spirit of those who live there—so unstoppable, in fact, that they get their very own hashtag.
The all-inclusive 5-star Iberostar Playa Mita in Riviera Nayarit, which debuted in December 2013, marked the 10th Iberostar hotel in Mexico; Annette Carollo, Iberostar’s director of group incentives, is sure it won’t be the last.
Karisma Hotels is offering Prevue Meetings readers a resort credit of $100 for simply booking at one of its three exclusive hotels.
Call it a meeting planner’s rock & roll fantasy: Hard Rock Hotel Riviera Maya. It’s Hard Rock’s fourth and largest all-inclusive in Mexico, at 1,264 rooms, and has the added distinction of offering two separate resort areas—all at one all-inclusive price. Perfect for groups who want to bring children but keep them busy during business […]
Secrets Playa Mujeres Golf & Spa Resort has “the same contemporary vibe as the rest of the Secrets brand.”
We first visited El Arco (The Arch), Cabo San Lucas’ iconic rock formation at the tip of the Baja Peninsula, where the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez collide.
Mexico is the preferred destination for Americans traveling abroad, according to officials who presented the current Mexico tourism campaign during the Cruise Shipping MIami conference.
Moon Palace Golf & Spa Resort has a new venue.
Commune Hotels + Resorts recently announced that it will be opening the 125-room Thompson Playa del Mexico in 2015, which will be the second Thompson property located in Mexico after the Thompson Los Cabos project opens that that same year. Prevue spoke with Commune Hotels + Resorts CEO Niki Leondakis about why Commune is opening […]
The 13th annual Leadership Summit for travel incentive professionals took place in November at the new Secrets Vallarta Bay Puerto Vallarta, with 74 buyers, suppliers and sponsors in attendance.
Hyatt Hotels is rebranding three all-inclusive resorts in Mexico and the Caribbean owned and operated by Playa Hotels & Resorts.
“Two seas, one paradise…The best place for doing business.”
ICOMEX 2013 marked the ultimate meeting between experts and buyers in the MICE sector (Meetings, Incentives, Conventions and Exhibitions).
Compared to 10 years ago, many of the newest centers are in boutique destinations where they enhance development by attracting new hotels, shops and restaurants.