Sunlinc, one of the Caribbean’s leading DMCs, will be supporting the 14th Edition of the Leadership Summit in St. Kitts January 5-9, 2015.
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“Just because you’re eating doesn’t mean it has to be within four walls.”
MGM Resorts International Director of Sales Mike Dominguez saw that the sales incentive program that was intended to incentivize his team wasn’t working—so he revamped it.
“We listened to our customers who have organized large meetings and conventions at Palace Resorts for years.”
““One of the really special areas in the resort is our pool and beachscape, featuring multiple pools and activities like the unique beachfront FlowRider Double, cabanas, a poolside food truck and some really interesting recreational activities.”
In addition to the property’s indoor spaces, attendees can also gather outdoors for a barbecue on the private beach that could incorporate local cuisine and a glamorous poolside reception under the stars.
The package applies to meetings booked through September 30, 2014.
Rio de Janeiro beaches offer corporate groups a playground of everything from sand sports to surfing to swimming to kiosks along the sidewalk.
“Launching our first property in Jamaica was a strategic decision,” said Sandor Winkler, chief development officer for Palace Resorts. “We believe this expansion will propel the Palace Resorts brand to new heights.”
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Group space varies at the company’s 15 couples resorts. Among the more meetings-focused properties are Sandals’ two resorts in the Bahamas.
Secrets Playa Mujeres Golf & Spa Resort has “the same contemporary vibe as the rest of the Secrets brand.”
“The site not only allows us to show various water and island views throughout the resort, but also helps us show guests the difference between Morning Star and Frenchman’s Reef.”