The Best Caribbean Hotels For Meetings

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - April 10, 2014
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You’re planning a major conference. Or a business getaway. Or a small forum for company executives. Well, the Caribbean is the perfect place — with scores of hotels with top-level meeting space and all the perks you want during downtime — beautiful beaches, great golf courses and more. We put together this ranking of the best Caribbean hotels for meetings using a variety of criteria, including the quality of the hotel, the quantity and quality of meeting space (depending on the different kinds of facility you may need), restaurant offerings, local activities and more. And the list features properties both large and small, because while sometimes you want a large conference centre, other times you just need an intimate facility for a private retreat. Here they are — the best hotels for meetings for 2014.

Hard Rock Hotel Punta Cana — Dominican Republic

When it comes to meetings, the Hard Rock has it all: great restaurants, great golf and almost 65,000 square feet of meeting space. And it’s all-inclusive, making it easier all around.

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