Planners’ forecasts for 2012 have been tempered by reality and brought back to earth, due, no doubt, to the brutal economic downturn of the last three-plus years.
St. John’s has always been a fun place. Who hasn’t heard of bar-lined George Street? But with the oil boom, there’s a new energy here, driven by pride, ideas, and passion.
A pop-up resort, Papaya Playa, a Design Hotels project, opened Dec. 6, in Tulum, Mexico, featuring 99 refurbished cabanas on a 2,900-sq.-ft. stretch of beach along the Caribbean Sea.
With years of political strife and civil unrest behind it and billions of dollars of investment, Northern Ireland’s capital exudes vitality and boasts award-winning hotels, unique historical venues and contemporary attractions.
About an hour from Toronto and even closer to Niagara wine country and Niagara-on-the-Lake, Hamilton offers first-rate activities and amenities for groups.
Times have changed and the incentive industry simply isn’t what it used to be. But who said that’s a bad thing?
With a new conference facility expected in 2013, P.E.I.’s coastal capital offers groups the perfect blend of culture, charm and hospitality, delivered with urban flair.
For more than 30 years, at the corner of Yonge and Dundas, Hard Rock Cafe has been a Toronto landmark, and forged an iconic reputation in the city. The Hard Rock Lounge hits all the right notes for meetings and events.
Cutting-edge meetings and events at Massey Hall and Roy Thomson Hall strike all the right chords.
Across the river from Ottawa, Gatineau benefits from its proximity to the nation’s capital, while carving out its own niche thanks to top-notch convention facilities, restaurants and attractions.
Your attendees expect your meeting or event to run smoothly. You can help the process by understanding some of the many technology options available to you.
One of the country’s only privately owned trade and consumer show facilities, the International Centre has hosted some memorable events.