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While meeting in Madrid, consider a function in a private banquet room at the Casino de Madrid, the Royal Palace of Aranjuez or the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum.
The group coordinator can help customize a treatment menu to fit your group’s goals or tailor “mini-treatments."
Raffles Makati and the Fairmont Makati Philippines share a building in the Ayala Center, an expansive shopping and entertainment complex.
“Medieval suppers and ‘Palace Nights’ at the Pousada itself, or at nearby venues such as the Pena Palace in Sintra, can really enrich an incentive program.”
“It’s one of those dream travel experiences that seems right out of the movies.”
DMCs such as Liberty Incentives have created Bond-themed programs that offer a fun, active way to discover the city.
L.A. and surrounding cities are commanding a lot of attention from conference planners these days, thanks to a revitalized downtown home to myriad cultural attractions and activities.
The endless source of warm geothermal swimming pools are entwined in Iceland's spa culture.
Spas, golf and other sports draw groups to the Jungmun resort area, where the clifftop Shilla Hotel Jeju caters to incentive groups.
Puerto Rico is welcoming a new tier of luxury resorts: The new Dorado Beach, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve opened in December. The Condado Vanderbilt Hotel partially reopened last October.
Something old is new again in Marseille. The 18th century Hotel Dieu, once a hostel for pilgrims to the nearby Basilica, reopens in April after two years of renovations as the InterContinental Marseille-Hotel Dieu.
Create mixers with passed hors d’oeuvres, strolling masseuses, mini-facials and acupuncture treatments, served amid the Himalayan-salt grotto of a coed bathhouse.
The central California coast has a rugged visceral beauty that has inspired writers, poets and brain-storming meeting planners since groups first began meeting here.
Life inside the Emerald Grande is luxurious and feels exclusive. Planners and attendees always call this area “a true hidden gem” of the Sunshine State.