Santa Fe, NM, Feb. 13, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Christina Genuario-Gill, General Manager at Santa Fe’s Inn on the Alameda, makes it her business to keep her pulse on national travel trends. In her two-decade career, what is emerging seems to be sticking. Those trends include:
- People are focused on mental well-being. People want destinations that offer a chance to disconnect and reconnect; destinations away from busy cities and large crowds;
- People are seeking events that have a change in the usual format. No more rubber chicken events. People are looking for experiential events – things that people will go home and brag about;
- People are booking non-traditional venues. They are skipping the large and impersonal hotel ballroom. Instead, they seek an intimate place to gather, a place where people really can connect with the other guests.
With these trends in mind, Santa Fe’s Inn on the Alameda is seeing a revival in small group business – specifically family reunions, friends’ getaways, milestone celebrations, intimate weddings and retirement parties.
“We are catering to people who truly want a one-of-a-kind event,” said Christina Genuario-Gill, General Manager at Inn on the Alameda. “Our space is magical – in the heart of one of the most beautiful cities in the world. And, we will create the perfect add-ons for whatever a group is seeking – whether that be an outdoor adventure, spa days, customized art classes, New Mexico cooking classes, painting where Georgia O’Keefe painted or anything our group can imagine.”
For smaller, more intimate events, Inn on the Alameda can accommodate up to 16 people on its third floor. Guests involved in the celebration would have the floor to themselves, with five guest rooms and scenic terrace views. For weddings, Inn on the Alameda hosts small receptions on the covered terrace during warmer months and offers a host of amenities to take care of planning details, including interfaith celebrant/officiate for the ceremony, wedding cake, champagne toast, and on-site parking for guests, as well as hors d’oeuvres and buffet dinners. There are other great venues available including the Inn’s restaurant and outdoor spaces.
The Inn team also helps guest explore Santa Fe. The location is just a few blocks from the historic Plaza and Canyon Road – home to world-renowned art galleries, restaurants, events and attractions. Additionally, the Inn’s all-inclusive stay includes “breakfast of enchantment” every morning, complimentary afternoon wine-and-cheese receptions, and complimentary on-site parking. The Agoyo Lounge offers customizable menu options for groups and parties.
For more information, visit http://innonthealameda.com/ or call (800) 289-2122.
About Inn on the Alameda: Celebrating over 30 years of a “Culture of Care,” Inn on the Alameda is nestled in the heart of Santa Fe and provides guest with an intimate, personalized stay. Far from ordinary and unlike many chain hotels, stays at the Inn are all-inclusive, feature complimentary wine and cheese happy hours in the afternoon and provide a personal touch—with everything from customized menus to customized group plans. They specialize in small weddings, meetings and group stays, and special arts, culture and historical events.
CONTACT: Joanie Griffin Inn on the Alameda 505-261-4444 [email protected]
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