Groups visiting Florida this year will find an artsy "big-city" vibe.
Across the country, hotels and meeting venues are offering hot deals for meeting planners to save on group rates and added-value packages.
The majority of the Florida Keys hotels will be back in business this year. And when it comes to the Keys' multifaceted nature, here are a few group experiences that speak to the old adage, the proof is in the pudding.
A $35 million renovation to Hilton Miami Downtown brings groups a completely new option when visiting downtown’s Performing Arts District.
The Westin Cape Coral Resort at Marina Village recently opened the 12,250-sf Tarpon Point Ballroom, the largest event space in Cape Coral, Fla.
Groups better buckle up as Universal Orlando Resort revs up its engines in the new year with all-new experiences and openings.
The Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau (GMCVB) plans to celebrate Miami Heritage Month in style with The Art of Black Miami campaign.
Margaritaville properties in Key West, Grand Cayman and Fort Lauderdale are offering a competitive choice for planners with a range of innovative options and upgrades.
“What’s your super power?” was the theme of the digitalNow 2017 conference held at the Loews Royal Pacific Resort within Universal Orlando Resort.
The Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention & Visitors Bureau recently launched its new #GreaterTogether initiative in an effort to welcome international groups.
After three years, Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resort in Orlando, Fla., officially completed the largest transformation in the resort’s history.
The 319-room Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club in Southwest Florida reopened on Monday after a two-week closure to clean up after Hurricane Irma.
The Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau (GMCVB) announced its #MiamiNow promotion geared towards attracting group visitors while supporting local businesses.
Key West Mayor Craig Cates has targeted the start of Fantasy Fest—a 10-day festival that starts October 20—as the goal to officially reopen to tourists.
The Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science in Miami opened its doors earlier this year, offering groups a range of VIP experiences and team building activities.
Attendees can combine the food truck and cook-off competition trends into one energetic, hands-on activity.
La Cita de las Americas, a "hybrid tourism fair,” is coming to St. Petersburg, Fla., for its first time ever from Aug. 29 to 31.
Groups looking for a smaller property with an innovative spa menu needn’t look any further than Faena Hotel Miami Beach.
“Papa,” as Hemingway was known, is certainly honored throughout the space, with a swivel picture wall and replica of his Pilar boat built into the ceiling’s rafters.
“atlas3D and MapSpacer created a game-changer for how planning takes place in this industry, and it’s incredibly exciting to be the first convention center in the world to offer MapSpacer.”
The team building activity helps corporate teams practice organization, delegation and communication in addition to the mechanical skills needed to assemble the bikes—all while also supporting a good cause.
Groups can get more interactive with the Cosmic Quest, a team tournament mission that encourages attendees to build Martian habitats, launch rockets and even redirect asteroids.
Experts include Gabe Jaramillo, who has trained tennis pros such as Andre Agassi and Pete Sampras.
Adding to the resort’s already 15-acre recreational area, the 23,000 sf of additional pool deck and recreational space will include 16 new pool-side cabanas.
Millennials might snub their noses at golf, while many aging Boomers prefer to skip the adrenaline-pumping activities on the agenda. We turned to experts in three cities—Atlanta, Greenville and Naples—for ideas.
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