The U.S. Cellular Convention Center and Arena are attached to the DoubleTree Hotel and are managed by Hilton. The facilities house over 80,000 square feet of flexible meeting and exhibit space. Ideal for intimate groups of 10 or up to 9,600, the DoubleTree by Hilton Cedar Rapids Convention Complex h
Discover 13,000 square feet of flexible space for everything from business meetings and corporate conferences to wedding receptions and family reunions. Our South Empire Ballroom is comprised of more than half that space and can handle nearly 900 guests, theatre style.# For gatherings of 20 or fewer
Victorian Lace has been noted as the most romantic bed and breakfast in Eastern Iowa. Reverend James is the Innkeeper who can perform weddings at a place of your choice in Iowa. Victorian Lace has an excellent honeymoon Suite and a Cottage. Both are great for a honeymoon or a weekend getaway.
Enjoy picturesque river views from one of our unique indoor event spaces or raise a glass to wedded bliss on our gorgeous outdoor patio. Ideal for parties big or small, our Coralville hotel wedding venues can be easily transformed to reflect your vision of the perfect ceremony and all the events tha
Elegance, sophistication, and metropolitan flair-experience it all at Iowa City's newest and only 100% smoke free hotel and conference center. HotelVetro is the ultimate in upscale Iowa City lodging. Boasting modern architectural design, deluxe guest rooms, contemporary kitchens, and the highest qua
Located in the heart of Iowa City's cultural and artistic community. Positioned on Iowa City's outdoor Pedestrian Mall convenient to shopping, dining and entertainment choices as well as within walking distance to the University of Iowa Campus.
The Grout Museum is located in Waterloo, Iowa. The museum was established in 1932 and is widely acknowledged as one of the cornerstones of culture in Northeast Iowa. Accredited by the American Association of Museums, the Museum District includes five distinct properties - the Grout Museum of History
Park Farm was named by Elizabeth Cushman as an endearing description of how her husband Dave was transforming their "Green Acres" farm into a park. Mowing hiking trails, clearing bon fire pits and building a lake kept Dave occupied for several years after purchasing a piece of the country. Park Farm