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Situated in the southern Caribbean, just outside of the hurricane belt, the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago consists of its two eponymous main islands as well as 21 smaller surrounding islands. As the birthplace of the steeldrum, calypso music and limbo dancing, the Caribbean islands of Trinidad and Tobago offer a vibrant cultural scene, steeped in heritage and tradition, including a famed two-day Carnival that is held every spring. Trinidad and Tobago MICE venues are filled with this spirited atmosphere, while the nation's booming economy, breathtaking scenery and first-class facilities make the sister-islands a lively meetings and events scene.
Trinidad's Piarco International Airport is located just 27 kilometers east of Port of Spain, Trinidad's capital city. Serving as a hub for Caribbean Airlines, Piarco International offers flights to destinations throughout the U.S., Canada, the UK, South America and the Caribbean. On Tobago, the Crown Point International offers approximately 60 flights per week to destinations throughout Europe and the Caribbean.
Hotel venues in Trinidad and Tobago feature the 412-room Hilton Trinidad and Conference Centre, which spans 25 acres of landscaped grounds overlooking the Gulf of Paria and Queen's Park Savannah. The Hilton’s modern facilities can accommodate up to 1,000 people among 2,192 square meters of meeting and exhibit space, including and the 964-square-meter Grand Ballroom makes for an elegant reception locale. The Hilton Trinidad also has 20 flexible function rooms ranging in size from 30 to 494 square meters. Elsewhere, the Hyatt Regency Trinidad at the International Waterfront Centre (which also includes the 1,500-seat National Academy of the Performing Arts, or NAPA) at the Port of Spain, features 428 guest rooms, superior amenities and a 55,000-square-foot conference center.
The exceptional special event facilities in Trinidad and Tobago are the perfect complement to its world-class unique venues. Groups can enjoy cocktails among 200 species of orchids at Port of Spain's Royal Botanic Gardens or celebrate the islands' diversity at Port of Spain's National Museum and Art Gallery, home to roughly 10,000 pieces depicting past and present Trinidadian life.
Groups can also savor the delicious blend of Spanish, Creole, African and East Indian flavors found in native cuisine by inviting attendees to dine at one of the islands' many restaurants. Port of Spain's Trotters, a relaxed Caribbean restaurant popular with locals, can accommodate 20 to 100 people. Prime Steakhouse promises an upscale experience with its rich interior and savory fare. On Tobago, Patino's Restaurant offers everything, from grilled lobster to Caribbean shrimp to Thai platters. (At any number of restaurants, visitors should be sure sample native delicacies such as the Bake and Shark, deep-fried shark meat served on fried dough, and the Cascadura fish doused in pepper sauce, a must-have condiment for almost any dish.)
With its sandy beaches, lush forests and sparkling waters, Trinidad and Tobago is clearly a draw for its natural wonders. From March to August, guests can journey to the beaches of the northern coast to see the endangered Leatherback turtles, the largest of all marine turtles, come ashore for nesting season. All year, visitors cool off at Buccoo Reef, regarded as one of the Caribbean's most accessible and spectacular coral reefs. Back on land, hike one of several trails in the Tobago Forest Reserve, the oldest protected rainforest in the Western Hemisphere. Or, make a trip to the Asa Wright Nature Center, location of the only known accessible breeding colony for the Oilbird species. With golfing, sport fishing, windsurfing and scuba diving just a few more outdoor options popular on the islands, one thing is for sure: it's easy to understand why the spirited, party-loving people of Trinidad and Tobago have so much to celebrate.
All average costs based on U.S. Government Per Diem rates as published by the U.S. General Services Administration.
Trinidad and Tobago's tropical climate has two distinct seasons. The wet season, which runs June to December, has sunny mornings, rainy afternoons and fair nights. At some point between mid-September and mid-October, the weather feature known as Petit Carme occurs. Often referred to as an Indian Summer in other climates, the Petit Carme brings an invigorating burst of warmth and brilliant sunshine.
The dry season, which lasts January to May, is characterized by mostly sunny days and occasional light showers. Positioned outside the Caribbean hurricane belt, Trinidad and Tobago are normally unaffected by hurricane season.
Though Tobago's climate is slightly cooler, Trinidad and Tobago see a year-round average daytime temperature of 28°C. The best time to visit the islands is during the dry season, when temperatures are pleasant, little rainfall occurs and humidity is low.
Cascadia Hotel And Conference Centre
67 Ariapita Avenue
Total Meeting Space - 1,182 Sq. Mtr.
Hilton Trinidad & Conference Centre
The upscale Hilton Trinidad and Conference Centre spans 25 acres of landscaped grounds overlooking the Gulf of Paria and Queen's Park Savannah. Within walking distance of downtown Port of Spain and a 40-minute drive from the Piarco International Airport, the Hilton features 412 balconied rooms, 126 of which were recently renovated. Three restaurants, four bars and lounges, a fitness center and on-site salon are also found within the hotel's spacious interior.
With Caribbean-colored decor, elegant chandeliers and expansive windows, the Hilton Trinidad and Conference Centre is a stunning space to host a meeting or event. Its modern facilities can accommodate up to 1,000 people among 2,192 square meters of meeting and exhibit space. The recently-renovated 964-square-meter Grand Ballroom makes for an elegant reception locale. To enjoy the pleasant tropical scenery, the hotel also features the outdoor 89-square-meter North Tea Terrace, two Savannah Terraces totaling 613 square meters, and 4,331-square-meter Pool Side Terrace. Hilton Trinidad also has 20 flexible function rooms ranging in size from 30 to 494 square meters.
A world-class venue, the conference centre at Hilton Trinidad has hosted such groups as IBM Canada and the Trinidad and Tobago Manufacturers Association. Events such as the Energy Caribbean Conference have also been held at the hotel.
Hyatt Regency Trinidad
Unveiled in 2007, the Port of Spain Hyatt Regency Trinidad is the only first-class oceanfront hotel on Trinidad. The 22-story structure boasts 428 guest rooms with stunning views, a cutting edge fitness center, an 836-square-meter spa, four restaurants and a rooftop infinity pool and terrace.
Located 27 kilometers north of Piarco International Airport, the Hyatt Regency Trinidad is part of the $220 million Port of Spain International Waterfront Centre development project. Upon completion, the Waterfront Centre is expected to have, among other amenities, a 1,200-space public parking garage, an auditorium and performing arts theater, and the English-speaking Caribbean's largest conference space at just over 5,000 square meters.
Well equipped for meetings or conferences of varying sizes, the Hyatt Regency has 3,994 square meters of meeting space, including a 14-seat boardroom, two ballrooms, and 12 breakout rooms ranging in size from 53 to 118 square meters. Perfect for receptions, the Port of Spain Ballroom can accommodate 1,100 people, while the 1,486-square-meter Regency Ballroom has room for 1,700 people.
The hotel's curved lines and natural stone are accented by an island palette of red, fuchsia, ochre, blue and green, bringing the spirit and liveliness of the island atmosphere indoors. The Hyatt Regency Trinidad features world-class business amenities and features, including superb in-house catering, a full-service business center and audio-visual services. Guests may access high-speed wired and wireless Internet in meeting rooms, public areas and guest rooms. With an accommodating attitude and world class facilities, the Hyatt Regency Trinidad has hosted groups such as the Trinidad and Tobago Manufacturers Association, Trinidad and Tobago Ministry of Finance, and Trinidad and Tobago Securities and Exchange Commission.
Piarco International Airport (POS)
Approximate taxi fare: $296.712 TTD
Crown Point International Airport (TAB)
Approximate taxi fare: $1,791.81 TTD
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