The Meeting Planner’s Guide To Dealing With Unexpected Challenges
Do hotel lobbies and rooms start to run together for you? While moving from city to city for work or vacation can help you see new destinations, your accommodations may look and feel identical no matter where you are - - unless you choose one of these places.
Here’s a look at five properties that take the meaning of “one-of-a-kind experience” to a new level.
Tucked away in northern Idaho, this is not your typical bed and breakfast. It’s a bed, breakfast and big beagle that towers above US Highway 95 in the heart of the prairie.
And yes, you guessed it, Dog Bark Park Inn is pet-friendly.
Photo courtesy of Dog Bark Park Inn
What once held more than 1.5 million grain bushels now houses 65 guest rooms and suites as part of the University of Akron campus. The rooms at the Quaker Square Inn Hotel are circular, thanks to the Inn’s grain silos.
For meeting planners in Northeast Ohio, the Inn’s Grand Station Hall is the largest ballroom space in the Akron area.
Photo courtesy of the Quaker Square Inn at the University of Akron
Formerly the holding pen for criminals in New England as the Charles Street Jail, The Liberty is now an address that signifies success.
Inmates weren’t able to leave. Now, business and leisure travelers alike simply don’t want to check out. With luxurious suites that overlook the Charles River, you can’t blame them.
Photo courtesy of The Liberty Hotel
Each guest at the Winvian experiences something different. From a golf cottage that features pin flags as bed posts to a treehouse cottage that can make you feel like a true Swiss Family Robinson, take your pick from 18 individually designed cottages for your stay in the peace of western Connecticut.
Photo courtesy of Winvian
Beginning April 5, 2013, you’ll have the chance to really feel like a kid again. The new Legoland Hotel features 250 guest rooms that offer Pirate, Adventurer and Kingdom themes in each of them.
Bring your toys.
Photo courtesy of Legoland Hotel
35 East Wacker Drive