A bike retreat, Olympic venue, Nordic center and ice rink demonstrate peak possibilities.
Whether you’re planning a meeting for 10 or 20, a trade show or a gathering of 2,000 or more, the Entertainment Capital of the World wants to make you a winner (even if your group never sets foot in a casino).
"Vegas means business” is more than just a snappy tagline. It’s also a verifiable fact. Las Vegas is the No. 1 trade show destination in America. According to Trade Show News Network, the glittery city in the Nevada desert has held that crown for the last 23 years, welcoming 57 of the 250 largest shows and marking a record-breaking 6.3 million delegates to the destination.
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America's Riviera is growing to accommodate groups of 200, 300 and more.
Master Winemaker Dinner Held High on a Hilltop
Public Glass offers a group activity that's hot hot hot.
The iconic hotel adds lush new outdoor space to its event portfolio.
>> Opened in late 2016, the newest member of The Culinary Institute of America family, CIA at Copia in Napa, features a variety of meeting space options, including indoor teaching kitchens, a 200- seat theater, outdoor gardens, a restaurant and an amphitheater on the Napa River.
The Ranch, a healthy lifestyle company, has introduced three custom group experiences at The Ranch 4.0 at Four Seasons Hotel Westlake Village in California. The new packages incorporate the core elements of The Ranch’s signature program—hiking, rest, strength conditioning, massages and yoga—with custom programming to suit a group’s individual needs, four-day stays at the Four Seasons and a daily diet of fresh vegetarian fare.
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