From enjoying a Lowcountry boil at a Murrell’s Inlet eatery to learning the Carolina Shag, here are 5 ways to immerse groups in the Myrtle Beach culture.
San Francisco’s Nob Hill neighborhood caters to a bygone era with swanky cocktail bars and restaurants.
Cleveland’s restaurant scene continues to expand as the city’s celebrity chefs become more and more noteworthy nationwide.
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!
Kansas City’s arts scene has taken root in a thriving downtown core thanks to a recent urban development project.
San Jose has become a melting pot of cultures with a burgeoning food scene that caters to a well-defined palate.
Rio de Janeiro beaches offer corporate groups a playground of everything from sand sports to surfing to swimming to kiosks along the sidewalk.
Seoul cocktail bars in South Korea run the gamut from high-end to takeout mini bars that offer cocktails to go.
Incorporating afternoon tea into your meeting or taking your groups to a nearby London tea house will add a touch of English culture to your event.
Hotel gyms can be essential for letting loose the pent-up energy that goes along with sitting in a ballroom all day.
Aspen Colorado’s sense of community, dubbed “The Aspen Idea” by locals, has carved out quite an interesting culinary scene.