Whether via paddlewheeler, schooner or a car that can float like a boat, these Florida cruises make for unforgettable group outings. Read more.
Stay up to date on the latest venue openings and property renovations, including these found in the East.
Known for its 60 miles of pristine beaches, gracious southern hospitality, and a relaxed pace, the Myrtle Beach area is where business and pleasure go hand-in-hand.
Secrets St. Martin Resort & Spa opens March 1, 2020 on Anse Marcel Bay, and is the first Secrets resort in the French Caribbean. Read more.
San Diego is 250 years old and still looking good—and these new and renovated meeting venues prove it. From hotels downtown to unique offsites, here’s a roundup of the latest openings and updates in San Diego.
Danielle LeBreck and Jill Vance, the director of sales for The Beaches of Fort Myers & Sanibel, take a deep dive on why this tranquil Southwest Florida destination is ideal for your next meeting. They cover its natural beauty and inspiration surroundings, unique waterfront venues, team activities, CSR programs and more.
These one-of-a-kind teambuilding activities are ones your attendees will genuinely enjoy—while forming some meaningful connections in the process—during your next meeting or event on The Beaches of Fort Myers & Sanibel.
For any group convening on The Beaches of Fort Myers & Sanibel, there are plenty of ways to take advantage of the outdoors—after all, it’s what makes this destination so alluring. From resorts with waterfront space and historic offsite venues to dining spots with al fresco seating options, these are some of the best outdoor spaces for groups.
From meeting with astronauts and among rockets to networking at the Daytona International Speedway, there are a wealth of unique venues along Florida’s Space Coast and in Daytona Beach. Read more.
Virginia’s history, resorts and culture make it an attractive meetings destination in 2019. Read to discover the state’s best-in-class venues and other group offerings.