From tantalizing tastes and stimulating art to inspiring structures and fantasy islands, these New York state locales bring serious wow factors to meetings and events.
Wisconsin—which offers many popular meetings destinations throughout the state—has a surprisingly long list of unexpected activities that will actually get your group excited about teambuilding outings. We’ve selected four out-of-the-box, hands-on experiences and adventures for groups that are guaranteed crowd pleasers.
San Antonio pairs big city amenities with small town charm, making it an increasingly attractive choice for meetings and events in Texas. Read more about how meeting planners can take advantage of it.
With its versatile arts and cultural attractions and continued investment in its convention district and hotel infrastructure, it’s clear that Houston is a top-tier meetings destination. Read more.
Galveston is a Texas beach destination known for its laid-back vibe, bleisure appeal and unique group activities. All of this, plus its meetings-friendly resorts, make it an attractive choice for meetings and events. Read more.
Scottsdale is bursting with group dining options. Phoenix’s next-door neighbor has over 800 restaurants—to make it easy, we narrowed down the top six places for meetings groups to dine during their next visit. Read more.
The main meeting spots in South Texas—McAllen, Harlingen, South Padre Island and Laredo—offer unique cultural charm and a more relaxed vibe than its northern counterparts. Read more for the latest meeting and event offerings.
New projects are popping up all over Central and West Texas, enhancing the meeting and event capabilities of El Paso, Lubbock and Abilene especially. Here are the big transformative expansions planners should know about.
Planners should consider making Addison their next Dallas-area home base. Its 180 restaurants, 23 hotels and easy-to-navigate streets make it a stress-free alternative for gatherings in North Texas. Read more.
From Dallas-Fort Worth to Arlington, the Metroplex is growing its meetings prowess with record new hotel builds and event hubs like the Texas Live! entertainment district.