Month: November 2014

Best Incentive Destinations

Best Incentive Destinations

You don’t have to go out of this world, or even out of the country, to give attendees the best incentive experience.

Napa Valley, California

Tucked away in the mountains of northern California is one of the world’s premier wine-growing regions. Not only is it a culinary and viticultural epicenter, Napa is also home to beautiful scenery and architecture, hiking, biking, and horseback riding.  Downtown Napa offers world-class chocolates and bakeries, a chef’s market, high-end shopping and unique art galleries for a truly Napa experience. Napa is one of our favorite and most successful destinations for incentives and meetings. We love the Westin Verasa Napa for its relaxing atmosphere, perfect after a long day of wine and scenery walking tours.


Get that “out-of-the-country” feel without bringing your passport! Hawaii’s Big Island is home to sun, surf, tranquility, and enjoyment. Hike to the top of ancient volcanoes, relax on the beach, and take in the natural wildlife and beauty unique to this exceptional island. We love the Four Seasons Hualalai at historic Ka’upulehu, one of the top resorts in the world. Set on the site of an ancient Hawaiian fishing village, this serene resort is home to award-winning restaurants, a tropical spa, and a Hawaiian cultural center. The resort prides itself on its use of indigenous décor and techniques that are sure to provide an authentic Hawaiian experience.

Banff, Canada

One of the most beautiful and protected places in the world, Banff offers extraordinary views of the Rockies and glacier lakes, hot springs, hot springs, hiking, and wildlife in its most natural habitat. We love Banff because it’s unique – a change from the usual incentive destination of sun and surf. For accommodations, we love the legendary Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel in the heart of Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada. For more than a century, ‘The Castle in the Rockies’ has been providing luxury in the heart of Banff National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The discovery of hot springs in the area led to the creation of Banff, Canada’s first national park. Within this setting, the Banff Springs hotel offers stunning vistas, exceptional regional cuisine and impeccable service for an unforgettable retreat.