intimate getaways designed to build strong industry relationships
REBEL RETREATS are unique getaways designed to cultivate meaningful relationships among the LE Miami collective in the world’s most happening urban hubs. Expect immersive experiences and insider insights into vibrant art, food and culture scenes – all in signature LE Miami style – as well as an atmosphere tailor-made for starting life-long partnerships.
Connect with a handpicked group of hoteliers and buyers at a future REBEL RETREAT. The concept is simple: we aim for a one-to-one ratio of buyers and exhibitors so you can build long-lasting, meaningful relationships over three days. We'll be announcing more details in the coming months - register your interest below to stay in the loop.
- 2 nights accommodation
- 3 days of unique experiences and relationship building
*cost does not include flights or ground transfers upon airport arrivals and departures
lisbon edition 2019
Guided tour of Joana Vasconcelos Atelier
A look behind the scenes at one of Portugal’s most prolific artists, followed by talks with the artisans responsible for constructing Joanna’s large-scale sculptures and installations.
Touring Lisbon via Tuk-Tuk
There’s only one way to explore a city built on seven hills: via Tuk-Tuk! The mini-Collective explored Lisbon’s expansive heritage, it's famous cultural hotspots, and historical sites.
Spoon carving at Nomad Goods
An intimate workshop alongside Ricardo Jeronimo of Rival. After getting to grips with the techniques behind the unique products, our rebels got to work creating their own personalised spoons.
A taste of the local cuisine
Sampling locally sourced-wine at Comida Independente, dining from Portugal’s top chef plates at Time Out Market, and a farewell lunch at acclaimed new restaurant Prado were just some of the weekends tasty highlights.
puerto rico edition 2019
Behind-the-scenes at Samuel Lind's studio
a visit to the home and studio of renowned local artist samuel lind, whose works explore the dynamic cultural legacy of Afro Puerto-Rican Culture.
Meeting a mask-making family
Getting familiar with the Ayala Family who have one of the original Vejiante mask shops in Puerto Rico
Dancing to Bomba music
Our rebels stopped to learn how to play and dance to the beautifully rhythmic Bomba music, borne from irresistible African beats.
Food and culture tour of Old San Juan
We took to the cobbled streets of Old San Juan, taking in iconic historical sites while trying some of the region's most mouth-watering delicacies (and rum!).