Tags November/December 2010

Tag: November/December 2010

Dolce Hayes Mansion

The Hawes Mansion

Dolce Hotels wows groups with California colonial landmark.

Aria Resort & Casino

The biggest gamble ever on the Las Vegas strip pays off handsomely for planners.

Meet the Mayans

A batch of heavenly haciendas in Merida, Mexico are helping support the Yucatan's indigenous people.

Anguilla: The Cultivated Caribbean

Few people know about Anguilla, and that's just part of the allure.

Meeting Options for the Artsy Type

Colorful group venues are part of the social fabric in San Antonio, Philadelphia + Las Vegas.

Meeting Soar in Chattanooga

The adventure capital of the south will bring your meeting to a whole new level.

Crowne Plaza Trinidad

Port of Spain is the capital of the jungle-lush and fabulously festive Trinidad & Tobago, which hosts the world's most glittering Carnival.
Sheraton Fort Lauderdale Beach Hotel Pool

Florida Faves

We check in with a bevy of new hotels, renovated classics, a new home for Hogwarts and an old friend in the Keys, who are turning planners' heads with their creative event spaces.

Ocean Reef Club

Think of it as a convivial fishing camp, with corporate jets flying in direct.

Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek

After a few events here, you'll never look at a a convention hotel the same way again.
The Savoy, London

Culture + Creativity

Oklahoma City has the largest Cowboy Museum in the US. Shanghai is reinventing its Paris of the East vibe after Expo 2010. Here's a look at these and other culture places and creative spaces to enthrall and educate your group.

Tempests + Teapots

Bermuda is one of the most civilized tropical islands in the world, where manners and majesty combine to create the most rarefied meetings and soigne incentives. Topping off the experience, the history of these islands is rife with Shakespeare drama and tumultuous maritime lore.


Singapore wants you to know they've made a few changes lately.

Nice, Cannes + La Cote D’Azur

On a warm winter morning, the soft light of the French Riviera is streaming into the Cours Saleya Flower Market in the old section of Nice.

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