Some might say Savannah is about as deep as you can go in the Deep South. But groups can go even deeper by visiting the neighborhoods in and around the city, discovering culture, nature and history while gaining a deeper appreciation for this seaside haven that is not only the state’s oldest city but one of its most photogenic.
The Dominican Republic has long been popular as a vacation destination with high-end accommodations, modern infrastructure (including eight international airports) and long sultry stretches of beach that promise—and deliver—a plethora of sun-soaked activities enjoyable for all ages. What remains a bit of a mystery is that this magical island, discovered by Christopher Columbus in 1492 and rich with history, also offers numerous venues that deliver flexible and interesting event space options in the meeting-popular cities of Santo Domingo, Punta Cana and Puerto Plata.
Looking to produce stronger connections, derive deeper meaning and create lasting memories from your next meeting or event? Book a property with a famed hosting history, and your attendees will remember you well for it.
From Miami’s storied Fontainebleau Hotel, appearing in the opening of the 1964 James Bond classic Goldfinger, to The Biltmore in Asheville, N.C., featured in Peter Sellers’ 1979 swan song Being There, movie appearances can be branding gold for properties.
Tourism launched the region in the 1800s and remains its lifeblood, the group market included.
Central Illinois is like a colorful tapestry, woven together with the threads of its unique history and strong heritage, all of which visiting groups are encouraged to explore.
Today’s meeting attendees love local lore, and fortunately, Florida boasts a host of venues that provide a mountain of historical charm.
When it comes to history, Michigan offers up unique experiences and historic sites like no other.
Last month’s thrilling Super Bowl may have been a rematch between football teams from Boston and Philadelphia, but the states of Massachusetts and Pennsylvania have always been in a head-to-head battle regarding their prominence in early American history.
Across Northern Virginia, the past, preserved and protected, remains very much present for meetings and events.