In short, creative brainstorming sessions require unabashed full frontal thinking.
Not only do travel professionals see the ban affecting tourism to the U.S., but also having the potential to affect American travelers abroad.
Celebrity Cruises adds another "notch" to its belt buckle with Celebrity Edge. And with it...a magic carpet ride?
During breakout sessions, encourage people sitting at tables together to chat rather than text or get on Facebook.
The history and mystery of the U.S. government is on full display at the International Spy Museum.
“You can get a hot breakfast at the Westin in St. Louis for $40 and a similar breakfast at the Westin in Times Square will cost $75.”
The park’s wild landscape melds well with the unique artistic styles of the sculptures that range from abstract to realist.
Shyer attendees can apply the 1-2-3 rule by approaching people who are standing by themselves first because they will be the most welcoming.
Attendees will especially enjoy the spider monkeys climbing around the property.
Andaz Scottsdale Resort & Spa is entwined with the circa-1930s Cattle Track Arts Compound, a haven for artists, jewelers, potters, blacksmiths and printers.
“An abundance of flexible outdoor event space sets the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort apart from the competition.”
To delve deeper into the Hawaiian music culture, groups can attend the world’s largest ukulele festival on July 16.
Step back in time and ride a vintage American classic car to iconic places such as Hotel Nacional.
Meeting planners can now befriend Rose who takes robotic customer service to another level, with sassy commentary and 24/7 accessibility for guests via text message.
The charming property includes a set of nine buildings that are repurposed from historic homes dating back to 1790.
Attendees will literally be given garden shears to select and cut leafy greens to put on their plates at lunchtime.
The Hard Rock brand’s foray into the country will include a 294-room modern retreat on the Papagayo Peninsula.
A nod to the local culture, the property houses 2,000 pieces of artwork created by Saudi artists as well as 860 books that highlight the history of Saudi culture.
The 4,300-sf Baronet provides group with a rooftop lawn, dotted with beanbags and casual seating.
Built in 1912, the hotel’s rooftop once served as the perfect spot to view battles happening during the Mexican Revolution.
Attendees will engage in conservation work on the Big Island by removing invasive plants and replanting native ones in between zip lining on the company’s four lines.
“Even in space, there’s a double standard.”
Attendees can interact with the BCEC's main attraction, Swing Time, a set of swings with solar-powered LED lights that change color when swung at varying speeds and heights.
Nothing says winter in Korea like the Hwacheon Sancheoneo Ice Festival.
Perhaps most exciting for groups is The Ginstitute, which offers gin-making experiences to attendees interested in making their own personal blend of gin.