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DUBUQUE Meeting rooms with a Mississippi River view


Dubuque Area CVB • Julie Kronlage 300 Main St, Ste 120 • Dubuque • IA • 52001 563-845-7698 • Fax: 563-845-0828


www.traveldubuque.comjkronlage@traveldubuque.com This reinvented rivertown features national chains of Hilton, Holiday Inn, Area hotel rooms: 1,600


Entertainment nearby: Casinos, Museums, Mississippi River Cruises, Street Concerts, Theaters


Meeting facilities: 2,000 sq. ft. - 86,000 sq. ft. available


Best Western and Marriott properties along with local favorites of the Five Flags Center, the Grand River Center / Grand Harbor and the Hotel Julien Dubuque. With over 1,600 hotel rooms and 86,000+ square feet of meeting space, groups of 3 to 3,000 find Dubuque the perfect destination for meetings. Outside the meeting room experience Iowa’s only canopy zip line, dine with the fish at the National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium, dance to the music from a national act at one of our casinos, create a masterpiece for the office or simply gaze at the beauty of this historic piece of the Midwest.


Dubuque knows how to make any event a success! John Meyer, President


& CEO of Holstein USA had this to say about their convention of 1,200 people which was held in Dubuque in June of 2014. “I cannot tell you how impressed I was with Dubuque. The view of the Mississippi River cannot be topped and the hospitality was great, the hotel was great, everything was convenient and everything we needed was right there. I say if you are looking for a great place for a meeting, convention or just a vacation you can’t beat Dubuque.”


DUBUQUE


When it comes to Dubuque, GRAND is an understatement!


Grand River Center • Sue Moran 500 Bell St • Dubuque • IA • 52001 563-690-4500 • Fax: 563-690-1350 RFP online: www.grandrivercenter.com


Meeting space sq. ft.: 86,000


Meeting rooms: 13 Banquet capacity: 3,000 Exhibit hall sq. ft.: 30,000 Ballroom sq. ft.: 12,000


Meeting room sq. ft.: 12,000


Feature room: 2,500 sq. ft. glass- enclosed River Room overlooking the Missis- sippi River


Attached rooms: 193 at the Grand Harbor Resort and Waterpark/Tony Roma’s


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Situated along the magnificent Mississippi River, adjacent to deluxe lodging, gaming and entertainment venues and within walking distance of historic downtown Dubuque, the Grand River Center features a diverse, intimate atmosphere where you will enjoy dedicated service and the finest cuisine.


You will find the perfect venue for every occasion within one facility. Our grand ballroom is the ideal setting for conferences, weddings, holiday parties, or any formal gathering up to 1,000 guests. The all-glass “River Room” will enchant your more private gatherings, and the Exhibit Hall is a simply massive space to encompass huge crowds, floor events and trade shows. Total of 86,000 square feet of flexible meeting space.


The attached Grand Harbor is the perfect spot for enjoying our beautiful riverfront.


Enjoy Tony Roma’s for breakfast, lunch or dinner or slide into our 25,000 square foot indoor waterpark! Additional amenities include complimentary parking, wireless internet, business center and fitness room!


We invite you to experience the beauty and elegance of the Grand River Center. Let us turn your gathering into a truly memorable event.


Midwest Meetings Guide Book 2015


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