The small village of Southbridge in Massachusetts—once the optical capital of the world— is an excellent vantage point from which groups can explore authentic American history.
Each island nation of the Caribbean has its own distinct feel and unique experiential offerings for group travel.
“The pincho experience, [chiquiteo], goes beyond food—it’s about friendship, getting together and sharing a conversation.”
The Dominican Republic reported its fifth consecutive year of growth in the tourism sector this year, capping off 2014 with 5.1 million visitors—450,000 being new tourists to the island.
“Philadelphia really is a modern renaissance city. There may be a perception of cheesesteaks and the Liberty Bell, but Philly is so much more.”
Unique culinary experiences in Te Whakarewarewa, a geothermal valley supporting a premiere Maori cultural center in New Zealand, date back over 700 years.
Discovering the Crossroads between food, culture & history in Puerto Rico.
“When I work with the big convention groups that are visiting, a lot of people comment that we have so many restaurants that are local to Seattle, and that are so easy and accessible.”
“Our immense variety of breweries gives planners the ability to find convenient meeting locations within proximity of the greater Portland package.”
Birmingham is a culinary hotbed, with chefs of national and international acclaim, such as Frank Stitt and Chris Hastings.
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.
“Guests can enjoy the beautiful vegetation of the native forests of Costa Rica, and watch the animals that live inside the reserve such as iguanas, monkeys, coatis and several birds.”
“The investigative tours can be a teambuilding experience as members of your group break into smaller groups to investigate separate areas of a facility.”
“The Alaska Native Arts & Crafts showcase during Rondy is a great opportunity to meet with local and visiting village artisans selling their work.”
New Orleans artist John Bukaty never knows what he is about to paint when he gets in front of a group. At the recent Incentive Research Foundation live auction event at the Trump National Resort Doral in Miami, he created a sensual moment between a couple as they danced, their bodies vibrant splashes of purple, […]
These six hotels located around the globe raise the bar for art promotion and preservation, featuring innovative art programs that turn the business of the hotelier into a creative field in its own right.
Nashville’s rich culture and history makes for countless opportunities for immersive group experiences.
As an ancient city, culture and history combine with sophisticated modernity for planners meeting in Istanbul.
“Every week, music lovers can catch a show from a nationally recognized touring artist at the BOK Center, the Brady Theater or Cain’s Ballroom.”
The newly renovated guest rooms at the Manchester Grand Hyatt in San Diego offer a view of the hotel’s most breathtaking asset.
“A visit to Santa Fe and a stay at one of these properties is an immersion in all the dynamic sensory strengths of the oldest capital city in the United States—from culinary and wellness to artistic, cultural and historic.”
Attendees will love the vintage details—lockers, slate chalkboards, mounted pencil sharpeners, intercoms and IBM clocks—that were restored and retained throughout the building.
From food and wine pairings to culinary classes, opportunities abound to immerse groups in the local gastronomy and wine culture.
Local history, traditions and the timeless landscapes of the Ozark Mountains are forefront at Top of the Rock, Big Cedar Lodge’s new clifftop outpost.
“Trains are unique. There is something special about them that makes you feel young and playful, and our train also has the added facet of luxury.”