“While there are nightlife options that can be rented for groups that overlook the Strip, the Vortex is the only space dedicated solely for meetings and events that offers this fantastic view and experience.”
Corporate groups seeking a sophisticated dining experience will not be disappointed in Klima, a trendy restaurant and bar that debuted earlier this year in Miami Beach.
“The pincho experience, [chiquiteo], goes beyond food—it’s about friendship, getting together and sharing a conversation.”
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.
A Muscadine wine-making workshop at Adams Vineyards and Winery, one of the “People First Tourism” experiences, introduces visitors to the native grape.
“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.”
Anticipation is swelling over the grand opening of the 349-room Margaritaville Hollywood Beach Resort on Hollywood, Florida’s, bustling boardwalk.
“Our immense variety of breweries gives planners the ability to find convenient meeting locations within proximity of the greater Portland package.”
If table wine is to be served with a meal, place only one wine glass on the table and schedule wine to be served after the salad plates have been cleared.
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.
“The Alaska Native Arts & Crafts showcase during Rondy is a great opportunity to meet with local and visiting village artisans selling their work.”
Nashville’s rich culture and history makes for countless opportunities for immersive group experiences.
“The goal of the hub is be a gathering place to share and inspire each other to keep on exploring.”
Ahead of our July/August culinary issue, we asked Marc Mulherin, GM for the Branson Convention Center for a few tips on how leverage food and beverage to create powerful attendee experiences.
“We offer a wide variety of teambuilding activities and work hand in hand with meeting planners to work these activities into their event schedules at the best possible time to have the most impact for the attendees.”
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.”