As offices begin to re-open, team members may need to reacquaint themselves with old coworkers and new employees who joined remotely during the pandemic. La Concha, a Renaissance Resort, has an offer perfect for reconnecting corporate teams to rebuild work relationships.
Combine work, play and team bonding with an ocean view. Ideal for corporate groups, this offer includes enhanced WiFi, functional workspaces with natural light, 21 indoor and outdoor meeting venues, laundry services, and guided wellness sessions throughout the week.
Those who book can take advantage of corporate room rates, 2,000 Marriott Bonvoy points per stay and a 15 percent discount at the hotel’s restaurants and bars. A welcome drink is available upon arrival in additional to a mobile check-in service through the Marriott Bonvoy app.
Enjoy dining at Solera in La Concha’s outdoor space under swaying palm trees in the ocean breeze. Dining offers include tapas and cocktails or a three-course dinner. For dinner, the offer includes a choice of two bottles of Dewar’s, Finlandia or Bacardi with three mixers; two bottles of wine; two pitchers of sangria; appetizers; entrees; and desserts for $150 per guest up to a party of 15.
Recharge your work flow and your yoga flow with the outdoor wellness program. Available for groups with a minimum of two guests, private sessions for yoga by the pool, Jacuzzi flow, wine and yoga and You-ga can be booked for an additional cost. Beachfront mindfulness and flexibility sessions are complimentary weekly.
The Corporate Retreat offer is available for travel September–November 2021.
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