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Want to make your next meeting a success in every way? Plan on it in Baltimore, an exciting city with surprises around every corner. With a major renaissance underway including groundbreaking growth …

Want to make your next meeting a success in every way? Plan on it in Baltimore, an exciting city with surprises around every corner. With a major renaissance underway including groundbreaking growth in accommodations and meeting facilities, nightlife, and attractions just a short walk away from our expanded Convention Center-Baltimore is your place to meet.

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  • 1. Then & Now: Baltimore History
  • 2. Then… A Blue Collar and Agricultural Heritage
  • 3. Baltimore’s Big Makeover
  • 4. Now… An Easy, Breezy Cosmopolitan City
  • 5. Then…… Site of an Epic Battle
  • 6. Now… A Major Attraction and Historical Shrine
  • 7. Then…… An Industrial Waterfront
  • 8. Now… An Urban Renewal Success Story The Stunning INNER HARBOR
  • 9. Harbor East
  • 10. West Side
  • 11. Baltimore’s Convention Community Baltimore’s Convention Center Community
  • 12. An Accessible Community • 7,000 rooms within walking distance • 4,000 committable rooms • Overhead walkways link to Inner Harbor, hotels and fine dining
  • 13. An Accessible Community
  • 14. Baltimore Convention Center
  • 15. Baltimore Convention Center • 300,000 square feet of exhibition space • 50 meeting rooms • 36,672-square-foot ballroom
  • 16. The Hilton Baltimore Convention Center Hotel
  • 17. The Hilton Baltimore Convention Center Hotel • Scheduled to open August 2008 • 757 rooms–including 19 suites • 60,000 square feet of flexible meeting space (25,000 square-foot Grand Ballroom & 15,000 square-foot Junior Ballroom) • Underground parking (750 spaces) • 5,000 square feet of dining space
  • 18. The Hilton Baltimore Convention Center Hotel • Only hotel connected to the Convention Center via enclosed, climate-controlled sky-bridge • Located directly across the street from Camden Yards • Features a fully equipped fitness center and large indoor pool • Includes Finn & Porters Restaurant • Walk to Inner Harbor and Hippodrome Theatre
  • 19. Sheraton Inner Harbor Hotel
  • 20. Baltimore’s Tremonts Suite Hotels
  • 21. Sheraton City Center • Exciting Changes at the Wyndham Baltimore Inner Harbor! • $30 million dollar renovation • August 2006 - North Tower guestroom renovations began! • November/December - 2006 - Complete Lobby Renovation • December 2006 - North Tower guestroom and Lobby Renovation Complete! • January - February 2007 - All lobby level meeting space to be renovated • February - July 2007 - South Tower guestrooms to be renovated • Spring 2007 - Fitness center renovation and expansion • August 2007 - Remainder of meeting space to be renovated. • Fall 2007 - Project Complete - Welcome to our new Hotel!
  • 22. Radisson Plaza Lord Baltimore
  • 23. Baltimore Marriott Inner Harbor Hotel at Camden Yards
  • 24. Baltimore Marriott - Waterfront
  • 25. Renaissance Harborplace Hotel
  • 26. Hyatt Regency Baltimore
  • 27. A Walkable District with an Ambassador Force
  • 28. Baltimore: Easy to Get Here
  • 29. Easy to Get Here
  • 30. Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport
  • 31. Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport • 15 minutes from the Inner Harbor • Super Shuttle/Light Rail Service • 714 average daily arrivals and departures • 64 average daily nonstop destinations • 52 carriers–hub for major airlines
  • 32. Penn Station
  • 33. Penn Station • Amtrak’s fifth busiest station • Serves more than 855,000 passengers each year • Major stop for Amtrak’s high-speed Acela Express service • MARC commuter–an easy connection to Philadelphia and Washington, D.C.
  • 34. An Easy Drive City Miles Approximate Driving Time Washington, DC 39 57 minutes Atlantic City, NJ 155 2 hours, 45 minutes New York, NY 192 3 hours, 15 minutes Philadelphia, PA 103 1 hour, 54 minutes Pittsburgh, PA 248 4 hours, 15 minutes Richmond, VA 152 2 hours, 38 minutes
  • 35. Easy to Enjoy
  • 36. Water Taxi
  • 37. Ed Kane’s Water Taxis • Serve more than 35 attractions • Offer a unique way to travel • Feature ports around the Inner Harbor, Fell’s Point, Fort McHenry and more
  • 38. There’s Always Something New in Baltimore
  • 39. National Aquarium in Baltimore Animal Planet Australia: Wild Extremes
  • 40. Sports Legends at Camden Yards
  • 41. Frederick Douglass - Isaac Myers Maritime Park
  • 42. The National Great Blacks In Wax Museum
  • 43. Maryland Science Center
  • 44. Geppi’s Entertainment Museum
  • 45. Heritage Walk
  • 46. The Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture
  • 47. Dining Experiences to Savor
  • 48. Dining Experiences to Savor • Chesapeake Bay Cuisine on the Waterfront • Eateries at Harborplace and the Gallery • Dozens of Choices in Surrounding Neighborhoods
  • 49. Baltimore’s Charming Neighborhoods A Gateway to More Attractions and Fine Dining
  • 50. Mount Vernon: An Arts & Culture Destination
  • 51. Fell’s Point & Canton: Maritime History Comes Alive
  • 52. Little Italy: Casual and Fine Dining in a Historic Neighborhood
  • 53. Walk on the Wild Side: Baltimore Nightlife
  • 54. Walk on the Wild Side: Baltimore Nightlife • Dance the night away at Power Plant Live! • Get a good belly laugh at Rascals Comedy Club • Rock with the bands at Rams Head Live
  • 55. Unique Venues for Parties and Receptions
  • 56. Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Museum
  • 57. American Visionary Art Museum
  • 58. The Walters Art Museum
  • 59. Baltimore Museum of Art
  • 60. Evergreen House
  • 61. M&T Bank Stadium
  • 62. Oriole Park at Camden Yards
  • 63. Baltimore is Tops • Frommer’s Top 10 Up-And-Coming Destination for Summer Travel – 2005 • #7 Top Arts Destinations (American Style – 2006) • #1 Hospital–Johns Hopkins Hospital (U.S. News and World Report – 2005)
  • 64. Baltimore is Tops • #10 Favorite U.S. City for African Americans (Black Enterprise – 2004) • #1 America’s Fittest City (Men’s Fitness – 2006) • #10 Best Walking Cities (Prevention – 2005)
  • 65. Top Medical Institutions • Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions • University of Maryland: Maryland General Hospital • Kennedy Krieger Institute • Mercy Medical Center • St. Agnes HealthCare

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