Davis County Bring out your meeting’s adventurous side
Groups that convene in Davis County — where business truly meets adventure — will always remember their meeting experience in a destination that epitomizes the best of natural attractions and urban amenities. Get the adventure started at Antelope
Island, where attendees can float in the serene waters of the Great Salt Lake, horse- back-ride along the beach, or view an array of wildlife, from herds of antelope to free- roaming bison. Golf enthusiasts can practice their swing at one of the county’s 10 courses, and more than 10 ski resorts are all under an hour away from the Davis Conference Center in Layton and its surrounding hotels.
The Davis Conference Center is better
than ever following a $10-million expansion that added 38,000 square feet of space, including a 17,000-square-foot exhibit hall and more than 10,000 square feet of con- tiguous meeting and prefunction space. The center now offers a total of 70,000 square feet of meeting and exhibition space. On the accommodations side, a wide
range of options makes finding the right hotel a snap. Groups will find more than 1,700 guest rooms in the area, 650 of which are within walking distance of the Davis Conference Center, including the new 107-room Home2 Suites by Hilton — only the second built in the
United States. Of the area’s 350 restaurants, 90 are within walking distance of the confer- ence center, forming a true “hospitality zone” where attendees can find anything from fine dining to a casual café. Start planning a meeting today with the
Davis Area Convention and Visitors Bureau, whose services department can assist with everything from group reservations to off- site dining.
For more information: Davis Area Convention and Visitors Bureau; (888) 777-9771; davis.travel
Room to spare After a $10-million expansion, the Davis Conference Center now offers a grand total of 70,000 square feet of meeting space.