HOLD YOUR NEXT MEETING IN THE HOTEL DISTICT

Over the last two years Grand Rapids has invested $1.2-billion in hospitality infrastructure. The result of that and ongoing investments is 10 hotel properties with 1,400 rooms, three newly added hotels with an additional 400 rooms, 82,000 square feet of world-class convention facilities, ballrooms and indoor/outdoor spaces, and a diverse offering of event and meeting spaces. Those numbers add up to make The Hotel District the perfect place for any meeting, any size.

Amway Grand Plaza in the Hotel District Grand Rapids

Amway Grand Plaza

664 Guest Rooms
47,120 square feet of Meeting Space
40 Meeting Rooms

salescatering@ahchospitality.com

AC Hotel Grand Rapids in the Hotel District Grand Rapids

AC Hotel Grand Rapids Downtown

130 Guest Rooms
292 square feet of Meeting Space
1 Meeting Room

acsales@ahchospitality.com

City Flats Hotel  in the Hotel District Grand Rapids

City Flats Hotel

48 Guest Rooms
7,600 Square Feet of Meeting Space
4 Meeting Rooms

Morgan.Fisher@cityflatshotel.com

Downtown Courtyard by Marriott in the Hotel District Grand Rapids

Courtyard by Marriott

214 Guest Rooms
10,340 sq feet of Meeting Space
9 Meeting Rooms

cbmsales@ahchospitality.com

Finnley Out

The Finnley Hotel

5 Boutique Guest Rooms


reservations@mittenhousing.com

Holiday Inn inside the Hotel District Grand Rapids

Holiday Inn Grand Rapids Downtown

175 Guest Rooms
1,250 square feet of Meeting Space
5 Meeting Rooms

amanda@higrdt.com

Homewood Suites in the Hotel District Grand Rapids

Homewood Suites by Hilton Grand Rapids Downtown

119 Guest Rooms
2,000 square feet of Meeting Space
4 Meeting Rooms

Hyatt Place Grand Rapids in the Hotel District Grand Rapids

Hyatt Place Grand Rapids/Downtown

160 Guest Rooms
1,551 square feet of Meeting Space
3 Meeting Rooms

Eva.bode@hyatt.com

JW Marriott in the Hotel District Grand Rapids

JW Marriott Grand Rapids

331 Guest Rooms
15,369 square feet of Meeting Space
8 Meeting Rooms

jshaler@ahchospitality.com

THE MORTON 001

Morton Hotel Grand Rapids

25 Guest Rooms
Residential accommodations within walking distance of DeVos Place
Extended stay rates available

Residenceinn grandrapids hotel Feb2021

Residence Inn Grand Rapids Downtown

147 Guest Rooms
640 square feet of Meeting Space
1 Meeting Room

cmcdougall@thmc.biz

Ford Airport Plus

Getting into, out of, and around Grand Rapids is easy-peasy. Ford Airport offers over 140 nonstop flights to 35 cities on 7 airlines. And once you land, your taxi to The Hotel District is just a few minutes long.

If flying makes you nervous, no problem. I-96, I-196 and US-131 provide easy access from every direction, and Amtrak provides daily rail service between Chicago and Grand Rapids. Planes, Trains and Automobiles, indeed.

15 Minutes Away From The Airport
7 Airlines
140+ Nonstop Flights to Major Cities
35 Major Market Destinations
10,000 Estimated Travelers Per Day
80 Walk Score Average
Top 50 Bike-Friendly American City
30,000 Visitor Parking Spaces

Getting Around GR

Once you’re here, you’ll be amazed how easy it is to get around. Most amazing, is how most of where you go you’ll go by foot. In The Hotel District, you’re hotel is within walking distance of everything; dining, entertainment, shopping, hotels and meeting facilities. It’s true, it can get cold here, but our skywalk system links hotels and venues together so going outside isn’t a must. If walking won’t work, public transportation, miles of bike paths, Uber and taxis can get you where you need to be. There’s also a pedal-powered pub cruiser if you’re still looking for more transportation possibilities.

Eat Like a Local

The foodies have found Grand Rapids. Our breweries, bakeries, ice-cream shops, barbecue joints, burger bars, steak houses, high-end dining, and dives are every bit as bigtime as anywhere else in the country. If not better. Countless articles like these in bon appetit’, in The Epicurean Traveler, and this foodie favorite blog have made Grand Rapids a dining destination.

Neighborhood Stories

Grand Rapids is a patchwork of historic, ethnic, residential, rowdy, quiet, cool and cultural neighborhoods. Recently, our neighborhoods are evolving into hubs for young, creative, inspirational individuals squeezed out of Detroit and Chicago by rising rents. That’s good for us, because these fresh faces bring fresh ideas that add to our already incredible neighborhoods by inspiring new restaurants, start-up businesses, boutique hotels, breweries, cocktail bars and clubs that make our city even sweeter.