A Great Place to Meet

Chesapeake - A Great Place to Meet

As the third-largest city in the Commonwealth of Virginia, Chesapeake offers an array of attractions and amenities for today's meeting planner. Whether your group consists of trendy, young entrepreneurs or established members of the executive suite, the City of Chesapeake has accommodations and meeting space to suit your group's style and needs. Further upping the ante are new lodging additions, including Delta Hotels Chesapeake, aloft Chesapeake, Hampton Inn & Suites, SpringHill Suites, and Hyatt Place.  

Additionally, the revamped Chesapeake Conference Center has opened its doors. Conveniently located in the heart of the city and only 15 minutes from Norfolk International Airport, the Conference Center offers creative menus, versatile floor plans, and experienced, professional planners. Sales Manager Toby Word will work with you from start to finish, ensuring your group's event is synonymous with success.

The Chesapeake Conference Center is surrounded by numerous hotels and amenities to make every aspect of your trip more accessible. Besides its central location, the Conference Center boasts 22,700 square feet of meeting and banquet space and state-of-the-art audio/visual and lighting systems.

Chesapeake also offers flexible meeting space in many of its hotels, providing a unique location for your next event. With more than 3,800 hotel rooms in the city, planners have plenty of venues to choose from, including the following recent additions.

If you're looking for sustainable style, be sure to check out the Delta Hotels by Marriott Chesapeake-Norfolk, an environmentally friendly destination for comfort and innovation. Delta Hotels Chesapeake boasts 224 guest rooms and seven meeting rooms. The largest meeting room, the Grand Ballroom, can seat up to 800 people within its 7,021 square feet of space. 

For an ultra-chic and contemporary venue, look no further than the aloft Chesapeake. This next generation hotel features 136 spacious, loft-like rooms, accessible technology, and a hip, urban attitude. There is one meeting room and with its complimentary Wi-Fi, 50-inch plasma screen, and more than 500 square feet of space, it's the perfect setting for any board meeting.  

Combining comfort, value, and service, the Hampton Inn & Suites - Chesapeake Square offers 86 spacious guest rooms and suites, all with flat-panel televisions. Located within close proximity to half a dozen restaurants, staying here makes every meal a breeze. The hotel's 1,100 square feet meeting space, which can be divided into two rooms or kept as one, is the perfect place for your next corporate event. 

With deluxe amenities and extra-large suites, the SpringHill Suites is an exceptional Chesapeake property. Each suite features a work area with an ergonomic chair, a separate sitting area, and even an iPod docking station. The hotel's lobby presents an inviting fireplace, flat-screen television, and high-speed Wi-Fi. And two on-site meeting rooms allow for more than 3,000 square feet of space for your group's next meeting.

The Hyatt Place Chesapeake, located only two miles from the Chesapeake Conference Center, is another great green lodging alternative. The stylishly innovative hotel offers a wealth of amenities including complimentary breakfast, parking, and a state-of-the-art fitness center. The hotel's two meeting rooms can hold up to 100 guests. 

The City of Chesapeake has accommodations and meeting space to suit every group's size, style, and needs. So, when planning your next meeting in the Mid-Atlantic, be sure to check out Chesapeake's comprehensive portfolio of venues first.

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