How to Improve Your Site Inspection: A Hoteliers Perspective

Planning a meeting? You’ll want to ensure an in-person site inspection and planning is essential to ensure your site inspection time is well spent. The old adage applies: if you fail to plan, you plan to fail. Over the years, I have read many articles about this topic, and most have been written by seasoned meeting planning professionals. The majority of those ideas from my perspective have been very relevant. However, I wanted to provide input from the hotelier’s perspective to aid the meeting planner on what would be beneficial to help us, the hotelier, help you the meeting planner…

By Tim McGill

Meeting Planning Considerations for Religious Groups & Spiritual Events

While planning a religious or spiritual group meeting can be a challenge, the personal rewards in setting the scene for a life-changing and uplifting event for the attendees are unsurpassed. The best way to get started with your planning process (before contacting a hotel or conference center) is to consider a few factors so that your chosen meeting venue will be best able to meet your, and your organizations, goals…

By Tim McGill

Denise Morton, Senior Sales Manager

I help the association, and non-profit markets plan conferences here at Asilomar Conference Grounds. My market is so varied I can be talking with a doctor about a scientific conference hang up the phone and speak with a non- profit company planning a conference for their international dance community…

By Denise Morton

3 Secrets to Build a Strong Team

Hosting a team building event will demonstrate to the staff that you appreciate them and are willing to invest in their success. It could also be exactly what is needed to recharge your staff’s batteries and refresh the office atmosphere to achieve future success…

By Ashley Soria