Just like every year in Dubai’s tourism and hospitality market, there’s almost too many property openings to count, so here’s a mix of five hotels and resorts that groups will want to check out.
Five international hotspots grab the attention of meeting planners in search of new hotels and fresh experiences for groups.
Costa Rica continues to attract groups for its adventurous spirit, with tree houses and waterfall hikes aplenty.
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Park City has a lot to offer planners with a spate of new openings and renovations and some intriguing meeting venues and activities thanks to the city’s Olympic heritage.
The Dominican Republic is in the midst of major growth as new hotels, convention centers and experiences attract US groups.
All-inclusive properties have officially joined the experiential meetings bandwagon, thanks to increased demand from attendees.
Margaritaville properties in Key West, Grand Cayman and Fort Lauderdale are offering a competitive choice for planners with a range of innovative options and upgrades.
The 187-room Margaritaville Resort Orlando is set to open in late-2018 and will be set on 300 acres that will include miles of wooded fitness trails, a 12-acre waterpark, a water taxi system and a three-acre swimming area.
Meliá Hotels International grew its portfolio to a total of 45 hotel properties (existing and upcoming) in the Asia Pacific region.
Meeting planners will be happy to know that The Bahamas is still very much open for business, with a slew of new experiences to offer groups in 2018.
Barcelo Hotel Group and Melia Hotels & Resorts have made significant investments in brand restructures that will deliver even more options to planners.
Members of the Hawaii resort team for the 12 Starwood Preferred Guest Resorts in Hawaii visited San Francisco this week to meet with media.
Spanning 600 acres in Nassau, The Bahamas, the newly opened Grand Hyatt Baha Mar is already capturing groups with its own brand of luxury.
Cultural group programming abounds in Macao, the "Las Vegas of the East," which is also home to 20 UNESCO World Heritage sites.
May saw the opening of the long-awaited Grand Hyatt Baha Mar, the first property to open in the long anticipated Baha Mar Resort. But this isn't the only things groups visiting The Bahamas can look forward to.
The expansive infinity pool, eight gourmet restaurants, and private cabanas and hammocks dotting the beach added to the property's lavishness.
As one of the Caribbean’s go-to destinations for yachting and high-end resorts, Pure Grenada offers groups a head-to-toe luxury experience.
Grupo Posadas’ La Coleccion brand emphasizes luxury, authentic Mexico and adventure experiences.
Specialized spa experiences pamper visiting groups to the newly opened The Grove Resort & Spa.
The year of adventure is in full swing throughout the Caribbean, bringing with it an array of experiences and new hotels that aim to please.