• Westgate Park City Resort & Spa Adds Amenities for Group Events

     
    POSTED April 10, 2018
     

Westgate Park City Resort & Spa recently completed a multimillion dollar renovation project to better serve and facilitate group meetings and events.

The project included a new outdoor event deck, upgraded meeting space, coffee bar, banquet kitchen and executive boardroom.

The executive boardroom has stone accent walls and wood ceiling finishes, both of which are inspired by the resorts mountain backdrop.

The new event deck can accommodate up to 250 people and offers a space for hosting meetings, cocktail functions and wedding ceremonies.

The banquet kitchen allows the resort to quickly serve groups of more than 200 people from a menu that has many different choices.

With the new upgrades and facilities that already exist, Westgate Park City Resort & Spa now offers more than 8,500 square feet of indoor and outdoor meeting space.

The Meetings Industry Council (MIC) hosted 1,210 attendees at the Colorado Convention Center for the 18th Annual MIC Conference & Trade Show on March 13 and 14, 2018.

The first day of the conference included a deep dive risk management workshop for meeting professionals facilitated by Brenda Rivers from Andavo Meetings.

There was also an educational session on creating authentic, memorable and impactful event experiences, moderated by Greg Bogue, vice president of experience design from Maritz Global Events.

 

Set against the backdrop of Longs Peak and Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado’s newest destination event venue The Pavilion at The Stanley Hotel announced the opening of their $10 million-dollar building. The Pavilion offers a modern retreat atmosphere for exclusive corporate and wedding clientele.

 

IMEX Group and Skift have published a new mini trend report titled The Rise of Midsize Cities in the Meetings Industry. The report concludes that the future of the meetings and events industry will be driven by midsize cities (defined as less than one million citizens) and secondary markets, especially in North America and Europe.