e know what Texan parties feel like. We string outdoor lights, hire a country guitar duo and set fresh sage linens with signature Texas floral inside and out. Our chefs set up their grills for the finest rib eye steaks and redfish on the half shell. Everything from the food presentation to the friendly service gives a unique nod to Texas and groups love it.
Specialized spa experiences pamper visiting groups to the newly opened The Grove Resort & Spa.
Waterfalls, river rapids and snow excursions make Hood River ideal for year-round corporate team building.
The Bitter End Yacht Club is hosting a five-night retreat that encourages attendees to unplug and focus on two relaxing island workouts: stand-up paddle boarding and yoga.
Many unique activities make Vail Resorts’ Breckenridge Ski Resort and Keystone Resort ideal for groups.
Dubai has become a favorite haunt for Bollywood stars, and many of them vacation here and will make appearances at the new theme park.
A place for “oddfellows,” Greater Manchester is booming with quirky, creative venues and experiences.
More and more attendees are extending their stays to combine business trips with personal vacation.
The high-energy group fitness class combines cardiovascular and resistance training with light-up LED hoops
Even just a quick five-minute neck rub can get attendees back on the field and achieving their best in no time.
Some of the events include a flipper nightgown relay race, in which attendees literally dress up in flippers, a nightgown and a shower cap to compete in a race.
Florida's sprawling coastlines offer countless ready-made planning ideas for groups that want to brainstorm while soaking up the sun with their feet in the sand.
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See why Jerry Wilson & Associates Inc., an independent manufacturers representative firm, feels lucky enough to have hosted its annual sales conference four times in Hawaii since 2004.
Snorkeling with dolphins, paddle boarding and even a water trampoline await attendees at Sheraton Bay Point.
A trip to the Monterey peninsula isn’t complete without an excursion on the water.
Combine a sense of zen and history in a yoga session at or near the hotel.
The University of Nottingham is developing the new $58 million David Ross Sports Village, scheduled for completion later this summer.
At China World Hotel, Beijing, the hotel staff will work with planners to recreate a Beijing food street—complete with food stalls and local artisans such as dough sculptors, kite makers and cobblestone carvers.
At SPEEDVEGAS, attendees will get the opportunity to choose a sports car—a Lamborghini Gallardo LP 550-2, for instance—from the complex’s multimillion-dollar collection of cars.
To embrace the area’s wintry culture even more, groups can watch an Ice Music Concert in a venue that is essentially a giant igloo made of ice and snow.
Los Suenos Marriott Ocean & Golf Resort, located on 1,100 acres of tropical rainforest in Costa Rica, lights up its La Iguana Golf Course with multicolored glowing lights for attendees to play well into the night.
Planners are partnering with local restaurants and culinary suppliers, such artisanal purveyors, whiskey distilleries or craft breweries.
A recent trend toward evening picnics held from 5 to 9 p.m. is a good choice for a variety of reasons, including cooler weather and lower costs.
Willamsburg Hotel opening in Brooklyn this spring will feature an event space set in a water tower replica created to capture the block's history.