Anaheim remains one of the nation’s most popular meeting destinations for its world-class facilities and venues, metropolitan vibe, renowned dining and entertainment, nearby beaches and year-round Southern California sunshine and 70-degree temperatures.
Located in the heart of Orange County, the Anaheim Convention Center is the West Coast’s largest exhibition hall, spanning 1.8 million square feet, including safe, outdoor event plazas, 99 meeting rooms and over one million square feet of exhibit space. Attendees can get the campus feel with 11 hotels (4,829 rooms) within 1/4 mile of the ACC and 42 hotels (9,109 rooms) within a walkable 1/2 miles of the ACC.
San Antonio gets to the heart of meetings with exquisite culture, world-class dining, authentic venues, diverse hotels and a convention center all connected by the expanded 15-mile River Walk, also known as “the world’s largest hotel lobby”. With a compact and walk-able downtown, plus 300 days of sunshine a year, the only time you’ll need to catch a ride is to and from the airport.
And to top it all off, we’ve invested $325 million in upgrades and expansion to the already impressive Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, transforming it to feature 514,000 square feet of contiguous exhibit space, including 86,500 square feet of column-free multipurpose space and a new 54,000 square foot ballroom.
Baltimore may be the easiest city in America in which to hold your meeting. It’s easy to get to and easy to get around. With one-third of the U.S. population within easy traveling distance, you have alarge market from which to draw your attendees. Our distinguished venues are the perfect fit for any size gathering, whether it’s a major trade show at the 1.2-million-square-foot Baltimore Convention Center or a cozy crab feast at a waterfront seafood restaurant.
And once they are here, they’ll discover that our first-class hotels, fabulous restaurants, cultural attractions, historic neighborhoods, nightlife and sports venues are all “just two feet away” from the Baltimore Convention Center and the famed Inner Harbor.