Cincinnati's new Duke Energy Center is a study in color that looks wonderful and helps attendees navigate the structure. The Hyatt, Westin and Millennium are attached by skywalks to the Center.
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Cincinnati USA's convention center recently underwent a $135 million expansion and renovation to become the Midwest's best-in-class center. The expansion means Cincinnati can accommodate 75 percent of the existing convention, conference and meetings market in the United States.
Every element of this facility was designed with the meeting manager in mind, featuring:
Gross Square Feet: 750,000, including setup and support space
Exhibition Space: 200,000 contiguous square feet
Grand Ballroom:40,000 Square feet, one of the largest in the Midwest
Additional Ballroom: 17,400 square feet to comfortable host smaller groups
Meeting space: 31 deluxe breakout rooms with flexibility to accommodate 24 to 4,100.
Loading Dock: 17 berths and three semi-truck portals that lead directly to exhibition space
Full-service banquet kitchen: 5,000 served in single seating
Levels: 3, multi-level concourse provides easy access to exhibit space, meeting rooms and ballroom levels.
Duke Energy Convention Center takes its place in Cincinnati’s skyline by welcoming meeting delegates and visitors with its iconic series of glistening metal panels set at angles along the western facade that gleam alongside Interstate 75, proclaiming C-I-N-C-I-N-N-A-T-I in 50-foot-tall letters.
Located in the heart of Downtown Cincinnati USA, the Duke Energy Convention Center is less than 3 blocks from 3,000 hotel rooms and 5,000 parking spots, most connected by Skywalk. Attendees and exhibitors alike will be energized by dozens of new restaurants, nightlife options and destination shopping just steps away from the Center.
The Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) is a mere 10 minutes away. CVG offers nearly 200 daily flights to more than 80 non-stop destinations including several daily international flights.