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Greater Wilmington www.visitwilmingtonde.com


The new Hampton Inn and Suites Wilmington-Christiana debuted this past July in Newark, DE


The most exciting development in the city of Wilmington has been the addition of The Westin Wilmington in the spring of 2014. Readily accessible from Interstate-95 and less than one mile from the Amtrak Train Station, this 10-story, LEED- certified hotel offers 180 rooms and suites, all of which are equipped with 42” flat panel, high definition televisions, over- sized work stations and high speed Internet connections.


The Westin Wilmington also boasts 5,000-square feet of meeting space of its own, which includes a 2,100-square foot Legal Center. For dining, the hotel feature the River Rock Café, which is an upscale restaurant and bar. Addition hotel amenities include an over-sized indoor swimming pool along with a fitness center.


A full-service hotel, it is physically connected to the Chase Center on the Riverfront, which offers 87,000-square feet of flexible meeting and exhibition space. Located on the city’s


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revitalized riverfront, the Chase Center is the largest special event facility in the Brandywine Valley.


Chase Center’s versatile space is perfect for hosting corpo- rate meetings and conferences, trade shows and conven- tions, as well as social celebrations. Its spacious meeting rooms, complete with audio-visual capabilities, a 250 fixed- seat auditorium, dedicated open exhibit space and two beautifully appointed ballrooms, are complemented by exceptional cuisine offered in a wide variety of menu options, including executive dining and day meeting packages, evening receptions and grand celebrations.


New, versatile meeting spaces are ideal for general sessions, breakouts, training seminars, focus groups and executive board meetings. There is ample space for exhibitors or net- working, and on site professional event planners can coordi- nate every detail.


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