“Everyone today wants to control their own experiences on their own terms.”
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From Christmas sweets that look more like works of art than edible treats to sparkling cocktails, hotels showcase their finest holiday F&B.
“For a more personalized experience and event, the Hall’s All-Access Pass allows visitors to hear and see information tailored to their team of choice.”
The Westin Maui’s setting in one of the most fabulous places in the world is sure to reinvigorate hard-working meeting and incentive attendees.
“There’s a lot of cities that shut down at night, we’re the opposite of that.”
“Event Island has opened us up to hosting so many more functions for guests who want to be outside taking advantage of the climate and the views.”
Project is one of the largest urban redevelopments in the U.S. presently.
A $13 million renovation of Atlantic City’s Borgata includes the spa and main dining restaurant.
Hotels dream up some of the most creative holiday decorations at this time of year, bringing delight to every group entering the lobby. Here are a few, chosen by Prevue’s editors…and Happy Holidays!
“Incorporating mind and body activities into a day’s itinerary can help to stimulate creativity and promote productivity and alertness.”
Local traditions, folklore and a strong culture of wellness and sustainability offer groups numerous opportunities for an authentic Hawaiian experience at The Westin Maui Resort & Spa. We recently discussed this and more with Mike Masterson, director of sales/marketing, Maui Metro Market, Starwood Hotels & Resorts.
Eric Kuester, director of group sales at Pinehurst, knows a thing or two about creative ways to elevate a golf event to what he calls “memorable status.”
The brand’s blog wall, comprised of two 46-inch screens, will be on display to keep guests updated on local events and connected to hotel staff, known as TRYP Ambassadors.
Frank Lloyd Wright’s biggest influence is perhaps the wall-covering embossed with a metallic design of his that looks like the pattern of the Biltmore Blocks used in construction of the original property.