Alot Travel recently ranked Dubuque #12, and the only Midwestern city to make the top 20, of the 30 Best
Small Cities in the United States. The ranking
highlights communities of under 100,000
residents that still have plenty of cool things to
do and don’t have a monopoly on cultural
offerings like big cities. With its location on
the banks of the Mississippi River at the
tri-states of Iowa, Wisconsin and Illinois,
Dubuque offers a variety of state-of-the-art
meeting venues, unique entertainment
options, down home farm to table restaurants
and a vibrant arts and culture scene all easily
accessible via air, car or boat.
Up to 86,000 square feet of space is available
at local convention centers and in hotels,
attractions and other unique venues like the
National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium or the Dubuque Arboretum & Botanical
1,700-plus hotel rooms are available city
wide with over 500 of those rooms within five
blocks of the Grand River Center.
New Renovations & Expansions
A new 84 room Marriot TownPlace Suites will
open in Fall 2018 and the Historic Millwork
District has added great off-site venues.
Julie Kronlage, Vice President of Sales
120 Main St., Ste. 300
Dubuque, IA 52001
Tel.: (563) 845-7698
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