Marenas Beach Resort’s fun team-building exercises that fuel a little friendly competition, while also firing up the friendships.
Not just a teambuilding activity, but your eventual dinner as well. Groups split into teams, then create a protein dish and a starch dish from the ingredients included in the “mystery box.” Like Iron Chef, dishes must be prepared within a certain time frame and are judged by the food and beverage team jurying the event.
Teams compete in a series of beach-based games in a round-robin format, with results progressively posted to the record board.
This two-hour painting class takes place on the oceanfront terrace with wine service and includes aprons, canvas, easels, and paint.
This activity includes 90 minutes of group yoga, breathing, and meditation exercises, plus an interactive seminar with snacks and tea. Groups can choose one or more topics of interest for the interactive seminar (including stress-management techniques and vegan cooking classes).
Groups build watercrafts out of cardboard, duct tape, and other everyday items, then are put to the test in the ocean, where only the successful stay dry.
The best banquet menus and creative menu items that are deliciously destination-focused.
Guests experience a themed setting that unites Old Havana with the sizzle of Latino glamour. Think tropical dishes, spiced island rum, and cigar rollers.
On the terrace or in the on-site restaurant, you’ll find Florida-fresh squeezed orange juice, Cuban coffee, shrimp and grits, churrasco steak with chimichurri sauce, and a chef-manned omelet station.
This full tapas menu comes with tastes of various cocktails/wines. Menu items include garlic chicken with country bread sautéed shrimp, preserved lemon beef empanadas, and Boursin cream mushrooms.
Samples of craft beers are served with chef-manned stations of mac and cheese, sliders, and tacos.
This menu focuses on traditional surf and turf and also features a ceviche bar.
Meetings become lifetime experiences when hosted in one of Miami’s most unique meeting venues.
Five-thousands square feet of warehouse and half a dozen uniquely designed event spaces makes for a unique meeting amid 1,200 vehicles.
This twelfth-century Gothic and Romanesque structure in North Miami is home to several unique venues – chapels, gardens, cloisters (covered passageways), and loggias – for unique backdrops of towering stone walls, vaulted ceilings, and stained glass windows.
This contemporary art museum features a private event space for dining and dancing among provocative and innovative exhibitions.
Located on the ocean at Sunny Isles Beach Boulevard and Collins Avenue, this park is the access point to the beach and recently renovated fishing pier home to the popular Beach Bar.
Offerings – from high-tech highlights to just plain ingenious add-ons – that make holding a meeting at Marenas Beach Resort unlike anything else.
Marenas’s two largest meeting rooms have floor-to-ceiling oceanfront windows with blackout electric shades and lots of natural light. Outdoor terraces make for the perfect coffee break.
Located on the resort’s Mezzanine level, this special meeting room features a built-in AV with a projector that drops down from the ceiling.
Many opt to rent the 2,200-square foot two-story penthouse to use as a public entertainment space with 180-degree views of Miami that come to life at night. The second floor of this suite also features an exposed roof-top, perfect for entertaining.
This special package includes access to meeting space, luxurious suite accommodates, and a group cruise down the Intracoastal Waterway.