Dubuque, IA is located along the Mississippi River where Iowa, Illinois and Wisconsin meet. Air and ground transportation are quick and convenient for both business and leisure travel. Dubuque has its own airport, the Dubuque Regional Airport, with service to Chicago through American Eagle. It is located just 10 minutes from downtown and our largest convention center.
Ideal for groups of 3 to 3,000, the Grand River Center features 86,000 square feet of space overlooking the mighty Mississippi River in the Port of Dubuque. It is attached to the 193 room Grand Harbor Resort. Over $400 million has been invested in this part of our community, adding the National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium, a new land based Diamond Jo Casino, and the Star Brewery has been revitalized and today is home to Stone Cliff Winery. The Spirit of Dubuque riverboat is also located in this part of our community.
Main Street, just four blocks away, is home to the Hotel Julien Dubuque. The property underwent a $32 million renovation in 2009 to bring it back to its look of the early 1900's. Meeting space, a restaurant, lounge and full service spa are some of the highlights of this 133 room hotel.
The Holiday Inn Dubuque is also on Main Street. In 2016, it completed a renovation of its meeting areas, general space, added a new restaurant and made upgrades to its 193 hotel rooms.
The Best Western Plus Dubuque Hotel & Conference Center features 150 hotel rooms and 10,000+ square feet of meeting space along with Champps Americana Restaurant.
The Hilton Garden Inn Dubuque at Mystique Casino offers 116 hotel rooms that will be undergoing upgrades in 2017. Main lobby area and breakfast area received upgrades in 2016. Connected to the Mystique Casino and Houlihan's Restaurant. 2,000 square feet of meeting space.
Many select service properties outline Dubuque as well, including the Hampton Inn, Holiday Inn Express, Fairfield Inn, Baymont Inn & Suites
COMING SOON! Marriott Extended Stay property in historic Millwork District.