Here are five interactive experiences for groups looking to stay at boutique properties in warm-weather destinations from California to the Riviera Maya.
In addition to opening its first European hotel (Nobu Hotel Shoreditch) in London this June, Nobu plans to open another European property in Ibiza, Spain on June 30.
The 159-room Hotel VIA—in true tech-town style—will be designed with all the latest technologies.
The charming property includes a set of nine buildings that are repurposed from historic homes dating back to 1790.
The new Hotel Key West at Stock Island Marina is set to open in the first quarter of 2017.
The new company name draws inspiration from Robert Frost’s poem about the “road less traveled.”
The Breakers Palm Beach reimagines its luxury offering annually with a minimum investment of $25 million.
Discover beer & body rituals at Prague's latest boutique.
While it’s yet to be determined what affects IHG’s acquisition of Kimpton in late 2015 will have on group programming, Kimpton remains a big player in the boutique hotel segment.
In this new class of properties, expect craft cocktails in the lounge, turntables in the rooms and bikes in the lobby.
A fireplace that almost feels as if it’s levitating, cozy seating and art books scattered about on coffee tables and shelves lend the common area the feeling of a living room.
“Our only aim was to build a nest for creative people where they are able to invent, develop, and present new trends in a fertile haven.”
The new lifestyle hotel brand by billionaire British entrepreneur Sir Richard Branson will make Nashville the site of its third property, the Virgin Hotel Nashville, on Music Row.
“The oceanfront resort features a sophisticated and modern architectural design, which blends representative textures, color and elements from the Baja region."
"“An example of our customization would be our creative coffee breaks between meetings — from an espresso cart and popcorn machine to making individual-serving vegetable smoothies."
Club Med has over 65 all-inclusive resort villages worldwide.
Its this 1920s-era Key West that the 100-room Gates Hotel will bring back for meeting planners and their groups when it opens in April.
A peek inside the just-renovated Silversmith Hotel reveals the glimmer of diamonds at every turn.
“These lodges’ outstanding service and experiences in addition to their commitment to sustainability make them ideal for small groups or incentive trips.”
"The resort’s size (only 35 suites, all oceanfront) creates an intimate experience that allows for extra personalized service to each guest. This also makes it perfect for incentive groups."
It might be attached to the bustling Mandalay Bay, but this new Morgans remake of THEHotel has its own Zen vibe.
Life-size Jenga, hallway bowling, ping pong and fitness video games are just a few ideas to help stir engagement outside of the meeting room.
Located about 30 minutes from Los Angeles International Airport and within a five-mile radius of some of L.A.’s most famous landmarks, The London offers what it calls “iconic glamour and stylish allure.”
“We loaded some fun and useful apps like Angry Birds and Google Maps—they have become true virtual concierges with our guests now using them to explore the city.”
The visual and interactive tool is designed to showcase the more than 60 hotels within the Kimpton portfolio.