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    Find your Meeting Vibe! Learn What’s New in Hospitality for Ventura County Coast

     
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    Find your Meeting Vibe! Learn What’s New in Hospitality for Ventura County Coast

     
    POSTED March 7, 2022
     
  • Sponsored

    Find your Meeting Vibe! Learn What’s New in Hospitality for Ventura County Coast

     
    POSTED March 7, 2022
     
  • Sponsored

    Find your Meeting Vibe! Learn What’s New in Hospitality for Ventura County Coast

     
    POSTED March 7, 2022
     
  • Sponsored

    Find your Meeting Vibe! Learn What’s New in Hospitality for Ventura County Coast

     
    POSTED March 7, 2022
     
  • Sponsored

    Find your Meeting Vibe! Learn What’s New in Hospitality for Ventura County Coast

     
    POSTED March 7, 2022
     
  • Sponsored

    Find your Meeting Vibe! Learn What’s New in Hospitality for Ventura County Coast

     
    POSTED March 7, 2022
     

Explore new renovations and hotels for your group in Ventura County Coast. Mix business with sunshine! Host a safe, productive meeting at one of our hotels, then bond as a team relaxing at the beach or shopping, whale watching or exploring Channel Islands National Park (also known as “the Galapagos Islands of North America”). This is the perfect place to get down to business and up for adventure, whatever the industry or group size in Spring or any time of year.

The region’s four charming, laid back cities—Camarillo, Oxnard, Ventura, and Port Hueneme—all offer classic California experiences without breaking the bank. With more than 200,000 square feet of flexible conference and event space, Ventura County Coast can accommodate groups of 10 to 1,000. Whether you want a more private beachfront venue or fully stocked hotel with conference space, our affordable venues can meet all your professional needs.

Exciting new hospitality developments are happening for future meetings and events in Ventura County Coast! Across the region, two hotels have recently completed renovations and at least five new hotels are coming soon, which will result in nearly 500 additional rooms. From the 14-acre Mian Plaza and Conference Center development in Camarillo (anticipated to open early 2023) to the newly rebranded Zachari Dunes on Mandalay Beach, Curio Collection by Hilton in Oxnard, there are many buzzworthy reasons to book in Ventura County Coast. 

Off the clock, your team can spend their time enjoying the uncrowded beaches and walkable downtowns, and dining at award-winning wineries, breweries, and farm-to-table restaurants. Not to mention, there are some incredible must-try cocktails bars for mixing and mingling at the end of the day. There’s something for everyone here!

Conveniently located off Highway 101 and close to airports, Ventura County Coast is safe, clean and open for meetings. Take a 360-degree virtual tour of real-life event space at https://venturacountycoast.com/groups/ to see what the destination is doing to keep guests healthy and happy.

Destination experts are here to help planners navigate the abundance of experiences, meeting, and event spaces we have available in the region. And they are always excited to work with planners to create exclusive customized incentive packages.

 

Today’s Action Item

Start planning your next meeting (and take a quiz to find your group’s meeting vibe!) at https://venturacountycoast.com/groups/.  

Ventura County Coast is a destination marketing organization dedicated to attracting overnight business and leisure visitors to the region, which includes the Southern California cities of Camarillo, Oxnard, Ventura and Port Hueneme.

Is celebrating Michigan Wine Month a work activity? Absolutely, especially when you’re checking out wine-centric venues for possible future events. Traverse City Uncorked is offering a mobile-exclusive pass to a collection of curated wineries offering deals and discounts to redeem during Michigan Wine Month—also known as May!

 

When you meet in one of the country’s great leisure destinations, sparks fly and creativity soars. 

Known for dense forests and trout streams, remote Great Lakes beaches and cottage living, Michigan’s Upper Peninsula (U.P.) and Mackinac Island have long been the settings for memorable vacations. The same natural beauty and endless outdoor activities that attract leisure visitors make the area an appealing destination for corporate meetings and retreats. 

 

If you’re looking for evidence that the tourism and meetings industries are rebounding in Michigan, turn your gaze to Ludington. The Mason County city experienced its strongest tourism year ever in 2021, with room rental income at an all-time high of $19.2 million. (Note: This metric includes figures collected only from lodging members of the Ludington Area Convention & Visitors Bureau, LACVB.)