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Top 10 emerging meeting and incentive destinations

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Top 10 emerging meeting and incentive destinations

Top 10 emerging meeting and incentive destinations

Great Hotels of the World predicts where's hot in 2011 and beyond
(Apr 4, 2011)

Meetings and incentive travel is firmly back on the menu for 2011 and is expected to accelerate throughout the year and beyond. Great Hotels of the World (http://www.ghotw.com), the sales and marketing alliance for independent luxury hotels has revealed its top ten predictions for the most popular destinations for meetings and incentive travel during 2011 and beyond. 1. Montenegro. Having experienced dramatic growth in the leisure sector over the past few years, Montenegro is rapidly emerging as a popular destination for meeting and incentive planners. Set on the Adriatic coast and often referred to as one of Europe's best kept secrets, the country offers endless experiences for incentives and team building activities as well as excellent facilities for conferences and meetings. The hotel industry is booming with huge investment in hotel development and infrastructure and with most of Europe being less than a two hour flight away, Montenegro is fast becoming the destination of choice to provide new and memorable experiences.


 

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