Things to Do
Places to Stay
Whether you're hosting a small collaborative session, an executive meeting, a retreat or a larger conference, choosing to have your next professional gathering in the Laurel Highlands will save you hassle and money at the same time.
Spanning three counties in South Western Pennsylvania, the Laurel Highlands is a substantially large region with a lot to offer organizations looking to host a business meeting. Our location makes us an ideal destination for groups coming to and from many major metropolitan locations in the Northeast.
Varied venue options for your next meeting
We specialize is planning and hosting small meetings and professional gatherings. With easy access to Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Columbus, Baltimore and Washington, DC, The PA Laurel Highlands is a great location at economical pricing compared to other destinations similarly located.
We have many traditional meeting venues that can host your business event and provide the necessary services and amenities for your attendees. The region's four-season resorts can accommodate larger group and provide exceptional team building programs, while smaller boutique hotels and unique inns are perfect for smaller VIP and corporate retreats.
Be engaged beyond your meeting
What makes the Laurel Highlands a great destination for non-professional travelers also adds value to your professional retreat or business function. You can easily plan mixers or leisure activities at unique venues like wineries, museums or art galleries. When your team is not in meetings, they'll find that the Laurel Highlands boasts breathtaking surroundings, championship golf courses and memorable dining experiences.
Bring the family
Attendees will love the PA Laurel Highlands because it provides an excellent opportunity to travel with spouses and families. Abundant day trips and activities will provide things to do year-round for people of all ages, including hiking, biking, skiing, golf and even an award-winning amusement/water park. For those looking to take in the region at a slower pace, small town shopping, day spas or wineries can be a great way to spend the day.