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"Our Spanish-Colonial charm and unique architecture will make you feel like you are on vacation, not in a conference.”
The views from every stop along the mountain trails are worth the experience alone, but the bonding experience is also valuable.
“Being completely immersed and surrounded by art really inspires those who meet here. The outcome is beyond what the attendees expect because it gets them thinking in a new, creative way.”
Where You Want To Be Tours specializes in customized scavenger hunts, bike tours and bus tours that take attendees to places only known about by locals.
“The food truck all of a sudden gives meeting planners the option to do meetings in more unique places without worrying about where the food will come from.”
Crystal Cruises operates two cruise ships, Crystal Symphony and Crystal Serenity. To learn more about their group product, we spoke with Eric Graves, vp of field sales, and Hedwige Roessler, manager of incentive sales.
The 1,315-sf winery floor serves as an event space that immerses attendees in the wine-making process.
New Orleans’ famous tagline "Laissez les bon temps rouler" ain’t just whistling Dixie. The phrase (Let the good times roll) is intrinsic to this magical city, and it always revolves around cool music and spectacular food.
With gorgeous views of sweeping white sand and crisp blue cabanas facing the sunset, the hotel will leave your group revitalized post meeting.
Groups booking the super trendy destination will not only gather in a variety of LEED certified spaces and hotels, but also submerge themselves in a truly unique lifestyle.
“Our customers have said that Orlando meetings attain the highest attendance of any other city."
Today, more than $3.5 billion is being invested into furthering the area's redevelopment, creating more meeting/event space for large convention groups.
"The group experience at Seagate is a huge team effort," says Linda Spielmann, regional sales manager. "With three different facilities to choose from, there are infinite possibilities."
At the 301-acre town of Colonial Williamsburg near all of the many American Revolution era attractions are three area hotels, all providing gracious Southern charm, plantation-style architecture and functional meeting space.