From the local specialties like cheesesteak and soft pretzels to gourmet dinners, a Philadelphia dinearound is an experience to thrill the tastebuds.
“Food and wine is a key driver of destination choice for people whether they’re looking for a vacation destination or for a destination for a conference, corporate meeting or incentive program.”
“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.”
Norfolk’s central location on the Eastern seaboard makes it easily accessible to two-thirds of the U.S. population.
“The natural woods, unique lighting elements and separate, casual seating areas, truly evoke the sense of being in a stylish lounge, rather than a formal meeting room.”
“This renovation represents the next chapter of design for the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin, and continues to offer our guests the very best in room product as well.”
From food and wine pairings to culinary classes, opportunities abound to immerse groups in the local gastronomy and wine culture.
“We hope the combination of comfort camping and business will spark creativity, teambuilding, great ideas and a uniquely enjoyable experience for all.”
The restaurant has twice now brought cars into the space for an event hosted in conjunction with the Chicago Auto Show.
“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.”
The renovation will celebrate the hotel’s setting in what has surely become the city’s hippest borough.
Columbia is promoting the entire destination experience to meeting planners now, versus just the meeting facilities.
Google is building a new HQ in the West Loop, spurring the development of a bunch of cool new venues.
The International Association of Conference Centers (IACC) released their “Top 10 Conference Food Trends for 2015” report this week, following research culled from 400 IACC members.
“The goal of the renovation is to maximize the aesthetic potential of the romantic, Spanish architecture and beautiful grounds of The Scottsdale Resort, elevating the overall guest experience and amenities.”
A private island, cooking school, wine academy and the largest spa in Venice make the JW attractive for incentive programs.
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.
These 14 turnkey experiences allow attendees “to go beneath the surface, behind-the-scenes and hands-on to discover Baltimore’s unique story.”
It’s a best kept secret that Florida’s culinary scene is about as hot as its beaches. The Sunshine State has again kept pace with the National Restaurant Association’s top culinary trends, many taking root in local hotels and resorts.
Not only is the hotel’s location and accessibility convenient, its new design brings contemporary, colorful event spaces to Paris’ meeting scene.
The hotel introduces a new restaurant concept — Station Kitchen & Cocktails — which is created to offer attendees and locals an engaging social experience.
Jedi training, light sabers and Star Wars-themed cocktails are just a few of the perks to be offered on board the 5,336-bed Disney Fantasy.
Detroit more than doubled its hotel night bookings for meeting delegates in 2014 over 2013.
“There is no better way to get the blood flowing during a meeting or break than to dance. Our clients love the ability to get their attendees up on their feet and moving.”
Hilton Puerto Rico’s new group activities range from pina colada classes at the Caribe Hilton to upscale dinners in the walk-in freezer at the El San Juan.