Associated Luxury Hotels International is now offering “Buyout Solutions” at 30 of its properties. The marketing entity has identified hotel and resort options which are available for a buyout either for the entire hotel or resort, or a buyout of a specific wing or section of the property. The full buyout provides to the group complete usage of a location’s meeting facilities, guest rooms, banquet facilities, and recreational offerings, and it includes more unique signage and branding opportunities.
“Businesses are looking for the edge, and for unique business opportunities, and including a buyout can be great for groups for many reasons,” said David Gabri, president and CEO of ALHI, which represents more than 130 hotels and resorts worldwide to the meetings and incentive marketplace in North America. “This includes the need for privacy for something like a new product discussion, merger, and strategic planning. A buyout is also great for building camaraderie among attendees, customers, and for different business units that are merging efforts and when new management structures are unveiled. It is also perfect for groups that want an elevated and undivided level of personal service on their program.”
Among the hotels available for a buyout are The American Club Resort, Kohler, Wis.; Barton Creek Resort & Spa, Austin, Texas; Eaglewood Resort & Spa, Itasca, Ill.; Casa Palmero, Pebble Beach, Calif.; the Grand America Hotel, Salt Lake City, Utah; The Langham Huntington, Pasadena, Calif.; and the Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas.
For other participating properties and to see ALHI’s entire portfolio, visit www.alhi.com, The collection includes over 115,000 rooms and suites and more than 10.5 million square feet of meeting space.