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.
The Mexican state of Yucatan should be on your radar, with the opening of the Yucatan International Convention Center in Merida.
The Buenos Aires Expo and Convention Center opened in Recoleta, a centralized neighborhood that gives attendees access to popular museums and attractions in Argentina’s capital city.
Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville empire continues to expand with a rebranding of two resorts in Missouri and Costa Rica—both of which cater to groups.
In the Galapagos Islands, the birthplace of the theory of evolution inspires teams to evolve, too.
Groups booking the 168 participating hotels throughout the Caribbean, Mexico, Central and South America will be eligible for the booking promotion this fall.
Panama is rapidly entering the meetings market with the new Amador Convention Center opening in Panama City.
While Quito already attracts international visitors as the first city to be named a World Heritage Cultural Site by UNESCO in 1978, this new convention center will help put Quito more on the meetings map.
A new focus on culture and tradition ensures there is no shortage of authentic cultural experiences to be had with Barcelo Hotels & Resorts.