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A recent press trip to Scottsdale took me to a bevy of new or refreshed spots trending in this ever-growing Arizonan city.
Moxy Phoenix Tempe caters to multigenerational meetings and events in search of more than just a place to sleep and meet.
Mountain Shadows officially completed its $100 million project with the opening of a luxury wing that adds 41 fully furnished resort condominiums to the mix.
MLB spring training, bark breaks & a benefit concert in Arizona’s Urban Heart outshined one group’s expectations.
The Sheraton Grand Phoenix redefines the concept of an urban convention hotel within the world-class destination of Downtown Phoeniz, AZ
The 160-casita Boulders Resort & Spa continues to offer a fresher look for groups after completing a multimillion-dollar renovation.
Staff members at the resort love the three queen bees onsite so much that they’ve incorporated them into Bee Breaks for small, executive VIP groups.
"Groups really gravitate to learning about our city’s history and heritage through the art and artists who have lived and worked here."
More than 70 meetings properties at a variety of price points combine with a myriad of free and low-cost quality activities. Of course, 330 days...
Value is a many-splendored thing in and around Phoenix. Striking desert backdrops anchor a thriving agri-tourism scene and a city primed for culture offers myriad...
Its biggest highlights will be the 10,000-sf putting green that can be used for events as well as the 4,000-sf Camelback Overlook event deck with a built-in bar.
Tucson’s food scene recently catapulted the city into a category of its own.
From rock climbing and mountainside yoga to designing dream catchers, groups get in on the wellness and wonder of Arizona meetings.
“Andaz Scottsdale Resort & Spa will continue to carry the tradition of what the brand is all about—bringing the very best of the local culture to life through inspiring experiences for guests."
The following corporate retreats for 2016 offer a unique opportunity to pamper and invigorate teams—from wellness in the woods to lavish historic haunts.
Fairmont Scottsdale Princess Fairmont Scottsdale Princess: Grab a beer from the beer donkey or beverage burro that can play host at events held at the...
Just steps away from the Phoenix Convention Center, hundreds of restaurants, Chase Field, Talking Stick Resort Arena, Phoenix Art Museum, and a selection of reputable theaters, guests can easily transition from business to entertainment.
Cooking over the campfire is an art that the chef and his team have mastered over the years, which is reflected in the regionally sourced menu.
“The goal of the renovation is to maximize the aesthetic potential of the romantic, Spanish architecture and beautiful grounds of The Scottsdale Resort, elevating the overall guest experience and amenities."
Located steps away from the Phoenix Convention Center, the Sheraton Phoenix Downtown is a new kind of convention hotel.
"We have a vast inventory of set decorations that were custom built for this resort."
"Last year, Navajo artists turned a painting that was collaboratively put together by a visiting group into a masterpiece—powerful experience."
The Phoenician in Scottsdale celebrated its 25th anniversary this past year with improvements to 643 guest rooms, suites and casitas. In a completely novel approach to adding more spouses and kids to the meetings mix, an online children’s book follows the adventures of “Mama Phoe-Phoe,” the resort’s cottontail rabbit mascot.
The 732-room Westin Kierland Resort & Spa, entices groups with an “Essence of Arizona” resort theme steeped in Scottish traditions. The hotel's Scottish theme pays homage to the immigrants who helped develop Arizona’s railroads, mines and towns.
Engineers from across the country met for the T11 Fibre Channel Standards Meeting in Tucson, Arizona, this past December with one major goal in mind: to design the next generation of fibre channel technology.
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