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"Our expansion responds to the tremendous demand we have received from larger groups."
Florida, offers an appealing combination of tropical weather, beautiful beaches and engaging team-building activities
The trade show is undergoing a complete overhaul to become a leaner, more tightly curated buyer/supplier experience.
The Americas Incentive, Business Travel & Meetings Exhibition (AIBTM) swings into Orlando for the first time this week, bringing together hosted buyers and industry...
This national DMC aims to fulfill planners' desire for more experiential programs that maximize attendees' time, create an emotional connection between attendees and the company and align with the business objectives of the meeting.
“Planners will have lush, natural and landscaped grounds as their backdrop without having to spend their resources on decor.”
"Meeting planners find those built-in themes very appealing and the immersive experience creates those lasting memories.”
“Everybody said it was one of the best events we ever did,” says Gorton. “They were awestruck at Universal and couldn’t believe we brought in the sand for the first night’s event. Everybody kept saying we outdid ourselves.”
“Our customers have said that Orlando meetings attain the highest attendance of any other city."
“Outside of the hotels, resorts and theme parks, there are neighborhoods that have great restaurants with talented chefs highlighting our local farms and seafood.”
When the 37-acre Cabana Bay Beach Resort opens in 2014, it will offer value-priced accommodations not found at the other Universal Orlando hotels.
The open-front piazza personality of Siro: Urban Italian Kitchen is as distinct as its menu of classic Italian fare spiced with contemporary twists.
The 1,500-acre resort is entirely surrounded by native greenery, thousands of palm trees, 45 holes of Jack Nicklaus Signature golf and a new metropolitan vibe following a $15 million renovation.
We learned a lot about bringing meetings groups to Universal Orlando’s two theme parks and multiple Loews Hotels. It’s not what you see on the surface but how 250,000 sf of event space can be creatively utilized.