Now, more than ever, meeting attendees are looking to make the most of their business travel. Quick trips still exist, but according to business guide author Richard Moran, including downtime in the meeting agenda will increase meeting goers’ happiness and satisfaction. True downtime, coupled with a realistic schedule, is restorative and gives attendees time to absorb the material that’s been presented.
Providing opportunities to get to know the local area with fellow attendees during downtime is a wonderful way to engage and energize meeting-goers. Lively cities are the perfect backdrop for interesting, horizon-expanding activities.
Back to Class
An enviable location at the foot of historic Beacon Hill makes Wyndham Boston Beacon Hill an ideal choice for Beantown meetings. Floor-to-ceiling windows and panoramic views of downtown Boston and the Charles River set the stage for productive meetings. When it’s time to take a break the best of Boston is right outside our door – from landmark sites to beautiful parks to renowned museums, perfect for exercising both mind and body. Stimulate meeting-goers’ minds even further with a unique class (Lightsaber Combat, anyone?) to get them thinking in a different way.
See the Sights
Wyndham Philadelphia Historic District offers stellar service, sophisticated meeting spaces that accommodate groups of various sizes, and a memorable location in the heart of the city’s storied historic district. Surrounded by popular landmarks, including Independence National Park, Liberty Bell Center, Independence Hall, and Betsy Ross House, this contemporary urban hotel is a venue attendees are sure to remember. An educational walking tour of the City of Brotherly Love’s greatest historical sites will enliven both body and mind.
In the Heart of the City
History abounds within the walls of The New Yorker A Wyndham Hotel. In its heyday, the Jewel of the Jazz Age played host to luminaries such as Joan Crawford and Joe DiMaggio. Now known for Art Deco design, impeccably appointed meeting space, and sweeping views of the Empire State Building and Statue of Liberty, our coveted location in the heart of Midtown puts us close to the High Line (1.45-mile public park elevated above the streets of the West Side), 34th Street, Madison Square Garden, MoMA, and Broadway. There’s no shortage of excursions – from shopping to shows to art and culture – to energize meeting attendees and ensure a memorable meeting.
Wyndham Hotels are found in the world’s most dynamic destinations. Well-designed spaces, superb technical capabilities, and creative cuisine are hallmarks of our upscale, flexible meeting and event facilities. So no matter which Wyndham hotel you choose, you’ll enjoy a successful event and your guests will have an experience they won’t soon forget.