In glorious late summer weather, the central Swiss destination of Engelberg-Titlis showed its best side at the MICE Days. 32 people including accompanying persons from Swiss companies and MICE agencies arrived in Engelberg on Friday evening and were treated to an aperitif and dinner at the Kempinski Palace Engelberg, Hotel Bellevue-Terminus and H+ Hotel & SPA.
On Saturday morning, the interested participants started the day with a yoga lesson in the monastery courtyard of the Benedictine Abbey of Engelberg. Afterwards, they got to know the village and its history on an entertaining guided tour of the village. The origins of tourism in Engelberg lie in whey baths and the Grand Hotels, which experienced their heyday during the Belle Epoch.
Later in the morning, the focus was on another incentive: in the "Kitchen Adventure", lunch was cooked over an open fire in nature. The afternoon was all about the versatile event locations. In addition to visiting the hotels and meeting rooms such as the Bellevue Terminus, Terrace and H+ Hotel & SPA, the visitors were also looking forward to the Kempinski Palace Engelberg. The five-star hotel opened its doors in June 2021 after several years of renovation work and increases Engelberg's conference capacity by 129 rooms and ten spaces.
As a parting gift, the participants received a return ticket to the Titlis. "This year's MICE Days were a complete success and we are pleased that the participants were able to take home a positive impression of Engelberg," says Sarah Hödl, Head of Markets & MICE at Engelberg-Titlis Tourism.