Beyond Asia: ibis Styles New York LaGuardia Airport, 29th Alzheimer Europe Conference, and Fairmont Hotels and Resorts Kenya

Here’s TTGmice’s weekly round up of MICE developments outside of Asia.

ibis Styles New York LaGuardia Airport

AccorHotels debuts first ibis Styles in the US
Ibis Styles, the economy brand from AccorHotels has made its debut in the US with the opening of ibis Styles New York LaGuardia Airport.

Serving as the flagship hotel for the brand in the country, the property offers 93 rooms, each one inspired by a different New York City Subway line – green, yellow, red, and blue. Rooms will also be furnished with 26-inch HD LED televisions, desk areas, walls decorated with subway maps, and a Sweet Bed by ibis Styles.

All rates include breakfast and unlimited Wi-Fi, and there is a restaurant and bar on-site.

The Hague wins 2019 alzheimer conference
The 29th Alzheimer Europe Conference, titled Making valuable connections, will be held at The Hague’s World Forum on October 22-25, 2019.

More than 700 participants are expected to attend the conference that will be held in The Hague, the Netherlands, for the first time.

The annual Alzheimer Europe Conference will bring together people who are affected by dementia, or are living with the disease, caring for someone with the disease, or working in the field of dementia. There will be ample opportunity to share and exchange their experience and knowledge of the disease.

Fairmont Hotels and Resorts Kenya launches new campaign
Fairmont Hotels and Resorts Kenya is launching a new communications campaign which positions the group’s Kenyan properties as a three stop destination.

Guillaume Durand, group director sales & marketing, Fairmont Hotels and Resorts Kenya said: “Drawing on the unique characteristics, location, history and heritage of each hotel we aim to highlight the benefits of experiencing all three to both leisure and business travellers, including meetings, conferences and incentives. With easy transportation between properties either via small aircraft or road, guests have the opportunity to discover the best of the city, beautiful natural landscapes and the adventure of safari.”

The three properties are The Norfolk, Mount Kenya Safari Club and Mara Safari Club. The primary target markets are the UK, mainland Europe and the US, with secondary target markets Asia and Australia.

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