To register for this event CLICK HERE.
Current limited time special rates are:
1 Attendee: $1,395
2+ Attendees: $1,195 each
PLEASE NOTE: We will move to the full rate of $1,595 per person soon.
Registration includes full access to all conference sessions onboard the SeaFair Grand Luxe, lunches and refreshment breaks, plus access to the official social events, including open bars, food, entertainment and transport where necessary. Only registered attendees have access to the yacht.
Want to bring your significant other to Miami with you? Purchase a companion ticket to enable them to join you for the two social events. Main party night will be at an exclusive beach/poolside venue, including open bar, food, entertainment and transportation. Companions will then also be granted access to the SeaFair for the afternoon of 28th February only to participate in the Skyline Cruise Party and Perspective Magazine Awards presentations.
Companion Tickets are currently just $250 and must be requested separately by email – email@example.com
If you want to get the most out of GNEX 2018, we recommend you participate in the GNEX Experience Event on Monday 26th February, which means you should either arrive Sunday 25th or early Monday 26th.
MAIN CONFERENCE ONLY
If you just want to ensure you don’t miss the two main conference days then arrive on Monday 26th.
We do not recommend you depart until Thursday 29th February so that you can participate in the Finale Party / Skyline Cruise & Perspective Magazine Awards presentations late afternoon on Wednesday 28th.
Airport: Miami International Airport (MIA)
Transfer: Recommend Taxi / Uber, approximately 7 miles, 15 minutes to the Intercontinental Miami.
Hotel Address: 100 Chopin Plaza, Miami, FL 33131
The official conference hotel is Intercontinental Miami, where we have arranged a discounted room rate – details will be released soon.
Built around Henry Moore’s famous sculpture, “The Spindle,” this luxury Miami hotel lies on the downtown waterfront. The city’s business centers and famous beachfronts are both within easy reach. Welcome to the pinnacle of luxury in Miami: InterContinental.
The 641 guest rooms and 34 suites present the apex of luxurious Miami accommodations. The Presidential Suites were designed by tennis superstar Venus William’s V*Starr Designs, with contemporary chic designs incorporating modern amenities, including a media room. Onsite restaurants include the dining destination Toro Toro, created by famed chef Richard Sandoval, and the private Chef’s Table, Table 40. The rooftop pool presents an enticing view of the surrounding Biscayne Bay, with Bluewater serving cocktails and light fare. Rejuvenate your body at mySpa, the hotel’s own locale for spa treatments.
Click Here for more information about the Event Hotel.
This upcoming GNEX Conference is a little different, because the conference is not being held inside a ballroom in the event hotel – instead it is being held a few steps away on the SeaFair Grand Luxe, which is docked just outside the Intercontinental Miami.
SEAFAIR GRAND LUXE
Our event venue is in fact one of the largest private yachts in America, and the world’s first megayacht event venue. The SeaFair is a $40 million vessel that is 228ft long and boasts 22,000 square feet of event space over four decks.
The conference sessions will be held onboard on 27th and 28th February.
The yacht will NOT sail on 27th February, so attendees are free wander between the Event Venue and Event Hotel at their leisure throughout the day.
The yacht WILL sail on the afternoon of 28th February, so check the schedule to make sure you are onboard before it disembarks for a stunning party and views of the iconic Miami skyline at sunset.
Click Here for more details about the SeaFair Grand Luxe.
WHAT TO WEAR
It’s Miami, and we’re on a megayacht, so the entire conference is business casual – so no need for jackets and ties, but not quite shorts and flip flops!
The parties are casual attire, but at the same time… it’s Miami, and we’re on a megayacht (or cool beach/ poolside venue), so feel free to make more of an effort if you wish.