San Franciscos abundance of museums, outdoor activities and culturally diverse neighborhoods combined with a yearlong temperate climate make the city the ideal destination for group meetings and large conventions. Its no wonder tourism has become San Franciscos largest revenue generator – the city is not too far from being perfectly well-rounded. San Francisco has previously shown strength in four travel industry sectors: commercial, meeting and group, and leisure. In the early 1980s, many large corporations left San Francisco because high-operating costs threatened profitability.Read More
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Golden agers have been flocking to Palm Springs since before the Rat Pack put their stamp on this desert oasis.Read More
The new California Academy of Science is comprised of a natural history museum, aquarium and planetarium all under one roof and is now the largest “green” museum in the world.Read More
- Riviera River Cruises Rolls Out the Welcome Mat for GroupsTwenty itineraries offered by Riviera’s fleet of 11 five-star ships spotlight the Rhine, Moselle, Danube, Main, Rhone, Seine, Saone and Douro rivers, plus the Dutch waterways. The floating boutique hotels carry anywhere from 126 to 176 passengers.
- February Leisure Group TravelLeisure Group Travel feels your pain and our February issue explores a multitude of locales that are ready to serve you when you’re ready to hit the road.
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- Where to Eat in RidgelandFrom a restaurant headed up by a James Beard semi-finalist to some of the tastiest cornbread and fried catfish this Southern state offers, Ridgeland offers a variety of restaurant experiences sure to please world-traveled palates as well as those looking for culinary comforts closer to home.
- Culinary Experiences in PhillyPhiladelphia offers food that runs the gamut for groups of all sizes.