Business Traveler (USA) - - SPECIAL REPORT -

What’s more awe­some than hav­ing a con­fer­ence in­side a spher­i­cal dome filled with thou­sands of spec­i­mens of na­tive plant life? The pres­ence of the plants cre­ates a cli­mate that sim­u­lates Mediter­ranean con­di­tions and a rain for­est en­vi­ron­ment, so you may want to in­form guests to dress ap­pro­pri­ately.

The domes are made al­most en­tirely from glass, so your gath­er­ing will feel al­most like it’s in an out­door set­ting with all the ameni­ties of the in­doors. This is a great venue if the con­fer­ence in­cludes a planned gala and so­cial hour. DAL­STON GEM chicken dinners here – plus plenty of lo­cal beers, cock­tails and ice cream. When your guests’tum­mies are full, they are go­ing to be con­tent and much more in­clined to be all ears for your pre­sen­ta­tion or con­fer­ence.

Se­condly, the venue also has that old­time lo­cal hang­out feel, which makes it ideal for smaller and more in­ti­mate events, or as an af­ter-event hub for VIP mem­bers. ST. REGIS BAL HAR­BOUR RE­SORT

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