Each island nation of the Caribbean has its own distinct feel and unique experiential offerings for group travel.
“The conference center really highlights the shift of what Atlantic City is going through, adding attractions and products that bring in non-gaming revenue.”
“Visit Anaheim is a name that travel enthusiasts and conventioneers can easily find and understand.”
“The oceanfront resort features a sophisticated and modern architectural design, which blends representative textures, color and elements from the Baja region.”
New brands at Lowes Hotels & Resorts provide new options for upscale meetings and incentive travel programs.
“Fiesta Americana Puebla will address the demand for hotel services that appeal to high-end business and leisure travelers coming to the city.”
“The goal of the hub is be a gathering place to share and inspire each other to keep on exploring.”
“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.”
Not only is Jekyll Island one of the most beautiful barrier islands in the country, it is rich in history. And now it will be a convention magnet with the addition of a new Westin resort.
“We hope the combination of comfort camping and business will spark creativity, teambuilding, great ideas and a uniquely enjoyable experience for all.”
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.
Not only is the hotel’s location and accessibility convenient, its new design brings contemporary, colorful event spaces to Paris’ meeting scene.
Venturing offsite, groups can also go pick out seafood at a nearby seafood market and see it cooked before them in the local hawker (or open-air complex), true to Hainan culture.
“[At] AC hotels, our customers are independent and entrepreneurial, have a clear vision for their life and are always working to make that vision a reality.”
“Canopy is the energizing new hotel in the neighborhood offering simple, guest-directed service, thoughtful local choices, and comfortable spaces, so guests simply feel better going forward.”
“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.”
“As interest in craft beer continues to grow, we wanted to offer a beverage that was unique to Las Vegas.”
Creating personal connections, driving positive business outcomes and building strong communities characterize the Caesars Means Business campaign.
“It’s one thing for a hotelier to come out and talk about something, but it’s quite another when you have a peer in your own industry talking to you about what they did that was so successful, and giving you step-by-step reasons why.”
“The size of the space is a major differentiator, but it’s also flexible event space, where groups can really customize their meeting experience.”
Le Méridien Tampa opened in the old federal courthouse with 130 guestrooms and 4,000 sf of meeting space, including a grand ballroom for up to 150 guests.
The W Bogota is set to put a local spin on W’s passion points: music, fashion and design when it opens this December in Bogota, Colombia.
““Our hotel is small compared to Las Vegas standards. The group will most likely be the only one in-house.”
The Hilton Downtown Nashville just wrapped up a $28 million renovation with a re-imagined lobby and entrance.
The all-inclusive 5-star Iberostar Playa Mita in Riviera Nayarit, which debuted in December 2013, marked the 10th Iberostar hotel in Mexico; Annette Carollo, Iberostar’s director of group incentives, is sure it won’t be the last.