Four Seasons Reports Meetings Gains

Meetings are back in business, reports Four Seasons Resorts and Hotels. Since the beginning of 2010, Four Seasons has seen an increase in group room nights worldwide of over 26 percent compared to 2009.

“Companies are investing in face-to-face meetings again because of the tangible and significant return on investment they have been proven to provide,” says Susan Helstab, executive vice president, marketing.

Combining flexibility with competitive room rates, Four Seasons' Meetings Made Yours puts planners in charge, allowing them to design individual programs that define value in their terms. Each client is presented with a menu of options that includes added-value offers such as complimentary breakfasts, breaks, and even reduced attrition to complement their competitive room rates. The result is a customized booking that aligns with business goals.

A collection of amenities such as one-hour pressing, 24-hour room service and easy-to-use in-room technology; complimentary administrative support and complimentary access to fitness centers; and coffee, pastry and newspapers in the mornings, create a worry-free stay for event attendees, making the meeting the focus of the trip. Travel agents and meeting planners can discover full Meetings Made Yours promotion details and starting rates at hotels and resorts around the world at www.fourseasons.com.
 

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