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Greater Wilmington, DE visitwilmingtonde.com


Wilmington Hall at the Chase Center on the Riverfront in WIlmington, DE


The Greater Wilmington area features a wide array of options for meetings. The Chase Center on the Riverfront is the area’s largest conference and event facility with 87,000-square feet of flexible meeting and event space and plenty of free parking outside. It offers state-of-the-art audio-visual equipment, on-site planning assistance, pro- duction support services, ISDN lines, high-speed Internet access and other related connectivity services are available.


The University of Delaware’s Clayton Hall in Newark boasts just under 30,000-square feet of meeting and event space including a 7,000+ square foot ballroom with equal sized preconference space and 14 additional breakout rooms. The Westin Wilmington, DoubleTree by Hilton Downtown Legal District, HOTEL DU PONT, Sheraton and the Crowne Plaza are area hotels with a large amount of conference


space, while historic venues for hosting events include Winterthur, Buena Vista Conference Center, University & Whist Club, and the Carriage House at Rockwood Park.


Main Event in Newark is more than just a state-of-the-art bowling and amusement venue it also is one of the best venues for group events, company holiday parties and team building. Packages include full-service catering with private event rooms along with the latest audiovisual technology.


Lodging choices are equally varied. The area offers more than 6,000 overnight rooms that run the gamut from a European inspired Old-World hotel to boutique hotels to one-of-a-kind B&Bs to contemporary facilities equipped with cutting edge technology.


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