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MGM decided to take its top sales performers on an incentive trip to get to the heart of what the entertainment company is all about: culinary experiences.
Meeting planners report getting turn-downs or pressure from hotels to commit and limited hold times.
“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 new design takes on the Hotel Nikko’s Japanese heritage by creating a contemporary look inspired by the fluid lines of a traditional kimono.
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.
Bold and brilliant, Omni Dallas Hotel can give recognition your brand craves–in lights.
Experts include Gabe Jaramillo, who has trained tennis pros such as Andre Agassi and Pete Sampras.
A series of renovations and new group offerings at the Harrah's and Harveys help pave the way for Lake Tahoe’s South Shore to amp up its meetings game.
With 71 miles of shoreline around the largest alpine lake in the US there is much to inspire North Lake Tahoe meetings.
“As one of only a few AAA Four-Diamond resorts in Wisconsin, our definition of luxury goes a step beyond offering refined accommodations and numerous experiences to include a welcoming, home-like feel not often found in resorts."
Outdoor “Top-Chef” cooking challenges will be available for groups, with culinary staff members who work on the Golden Globes menu serving as judges.
New restaurant openings and 3,000 new hotel rooms slated to open by 2020. And this is just the tip of the iceberg of Seattle development.
“Tasked with suggesting a rejuvenating break activity during a lengthy conference, our catering manager coordinated a mid-meeting yoga session to bring energy and excitement to event attendees, followed by healthy, locally sourced snacks prior to resuming the conference.”
“Our convenient location and immersive lodge-inspired environments are balanced by sophisticated dining, a luxurious spa and abundant recreation."
“With a trend in incentives toward well-being and the influence of millennials seeking authentic experiential activities, the Canadian Rockies’ vast, unspoiled wilderness offers an ideal setting and complementary activities to fulfill these goals.”
“The town’s Olympic heritage provides great theming opportunities and the quality of the luxury experience, with gleaming lodges and an international culinary scene, provides options that rival big city meetings in a rarefied and unparalleled environment”
Oahu meetings offer luxury that is as authentic as its natural bounty and aloha spirit.
Luxury has an ever-evolving definition in Naples, Marco Island and the Everglades.
“My concept for Park Hyatt Washington D.C. was to bring together a dynamic and attractive modernism with classic American style.”
“We are excited to be part of this revitalization of Atlantic City."
Since opening in midtown Manhattan in 1931, the Waldorf Astoria has hosted every U.S. president and been home to the rich and famous, from Frank Sinatra to the Duke of Windsor.
Two new luxury hotels expand the VIP experience for groups visiting Vancouver.