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.
There’s nothing like Australia for business events, with world-class venues, unique wildlife, top food & wine and stunning natural landscapes.
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.
“The Link really struck a chord and now more than 50% of guests use the space during their stay—that’s more than eat breakfast, use the gym or visit the bar.”
“We created this to make an alternative food court economy based on sustainability.”
“As interest in craft beer continues to grow, we wanted to offer a beverage that was unique to Las Vegas.”
“We really do try to have fun and take advantage of the Victorian town of Breckenridge while being active on the mountain.”
“The size of the space is a major differentiator, but it’s also flexible event space, where groups can really customize their meeting experience.”
The newest member of the FICP board shares some of his meeting planning experiences, from ways to save money to top experiences not to be missed by groups.