I replied back to him, pointing out that the SPG site actually refers to “conference centers” and not convention centers. That being said, Gary’s link shows that SPG doesn’t actuallylist a type of property as “conference center”, though there are a few that have the term “conference center” in their name. So, not sure if everything listed on SPG’s site as a “convention center” is considered a “conference center”.
If so, the funny part for me is the “convention center” in Punta Gorda, Florida. With their largest meeting space holding 70 people, this property definitely seems to fit the mold of conference center.
I admit I am a bit biased in that I don’t think any property in the SPG system should be able to designate themselves a conference center. Sheraton on the Falls has a ton of conference space, so probably should be included in the designation.
What’s your opinion?