Cities We’ve Visited
Cincinnati, OH impressed us to no end at our Spring 2019 meeting. Over $2 billion in redevelopment has transformed Cincinnati's compact downtown, bursting with energy and excitement - perfect for your next meeting!
Prevention Magazine recently ranked Cincinnati as one of the Top 10 Most Walkable Cities in the United States. There are countless restaurants, clubs, music venues and shopping stores within a two-minute walk from your hotel, Fountain Square and the Duke Energy Convention Center.
Sunny Fort LauderdaleFort Lauderdale, FL
What more can be said about Greater Fort Lauderdale, FL? Our Fall 2018 meeting in Fort Lauderdale was nothing less than spectacular—with gorgeous weather, views and spaces.
Fort Lauderdale offered incredible dining and shopping attractions on top of its gorgeous beach resorts and attractive weather year-round.
Minnesota’s RochesterRochester, MN
Home to the world famous Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN was a no-brainer for the Health Professions Network's Spring 2018 meeting.
For any group involved in health care, Rochester may be a holy city of sorts—and the fantastic facilities and programs at Mayo Clinic were certainly a spectacular attraction! But we were also treated to many excellent attractions in and around the city which are sure to be of interest.
Visit AlexandriaAlexandria, VA
Fall of 2017 brought us to Alexandria, VA, just across the river from Washington, DC and only minutes away from Reagan National Airport.
Its proximity to DC might be reason enough to visit Alexandria, or host a conference there, but Alexandria itself has so much to offer in terms of attractions.
Travel DubuqueDubuque, IA
Our Spring 2017 conference brought us to the gorgeous city of Dubuque, Iowa nestled up against the Mississippi River.
Dubuque impressed us with its history, surprising and diverse range of attractions, excellent restaurants and gorgeous spaces and views.
Go to LouisvilleLouisville, KY
Our Fall 2016 meeting brought us to Bourbon City and the home of the Kentucky Derby, Louisville, KY.
As if excellent bourbon, the Louisville Slugger Factory, and horse racing attractions at Churchhill Downs weren't enough, Louisville also impressed with its fascinating museums, extensive music and Bluegrass scene, fabulous hotels, parks and more!
Do Atlantic CityAtlantic City, NJ
In the Spring of 2016, we were pleasantly surprised by all that Atlantic City, NJ had to offer—from its incredible hotels and views to its impressive convention center, and a focus on developing attractions beyond gambling.
Down its iconic boardwalk, it seems like everything attendees could want is only a short walk away—excellent shopping, dining, entertainment and more!
Visit SeattleSeattle, WA
In the Fall of 2015, HPN was hosted by Seattle, Washington, which managed to exceed already high expectations. Seattle's new modern conference centers - with even more currently in development - make a city with many charms a new destination for large national conferences!
From the historic Pike Place Market to its beautiful, modern hotels - everything conference goers could want was in convenient walking distance. Seattle managed to present itself like a small city but offer the amenities and excitement of a large one.
Experience Grand RapidsGrand Rapids, MI
In the Spring of 2015, HPN visited Grand Rapids, Michigan, which surprised us with its collaboratively revitalized downtown area. Collaborating to make a real difference is something we can appreciate!
Grand Rapids boasts some gorgeous, venerable and modern hotels in an easy to traverse downtown area - even in the snow, there's an intricate skywalk - plus, they've been voted "Beer City, USA" due to their 40+ breweries!