Stretches of stunning beaches and waterways, a burgeoning downtown and experiences outside of the boardroom that inspire your mind, body and inner adventurer lure you to immerse yourself in Jacksonville, Florida. In fact, there’s more than 840 square miles of immersion in the “River City by the Sea,” providing an array of traditional and unique meeting venues, greens as far as the eye can see in the largest urban park system and on over 70 area golf courses, culinary excellence by chefs recognized the world over and inspiration by the city’s cultural offerings. Beyond the meeting room, the possibility for an unforgettable experience is waiting in Jacksonville…immerse yourself here!
Jacksonville meeting accommodations include 140 hotels with 18,362 hotel rooms awaiting your next meeting, reunion or event. Looking for 10 or more room nights? Submit your free RFP and let us help plan the details of your next event.
Jacksonville Fast Facts
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208 N. Laura Street
Suite 102, Jacksonville, FL 32202
Type of Destination Experience:
Beach, College Town, Gaming, Historic, Urban
GSF Exhibit Space (Prime F. Osborn III Convention Center): 78,500
Meeting Space, Square Feet (Prime F. Osborn III Convention Center): 182,842
Largest Ballroom, Square Feet (Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront): 27,720
Sleeping Rooms in largest hotel (Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront): 966
Hotel adjacent to convention facility: No
Hotel rooms within one mile of convention center: 2,153
Jacksonville International Airport (JAX)
Miles to downtown 15
Cities with non-stop flights
International cities with direct flights
Geographic Areas Served:
Ponte Vedra Beach
Orange Park/Clay County
St. Augustine Beach
Why Meet in Jacksonville
From the St. Johns River, carving a path through the heart of the city, to the endless stretch of Atlantic coastline, Jacksonville’s waterways capture the essence of the Florida lifestyle.
Consistently recognized as one of the Top 25 Arts Destinations in the country by AmericanStyle Magazine, the Jacksonville cultural scene is rapidly growing for both residents and visitors to enjoy.
With over 111,600 designated acres, including the 46,000-acre Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve, Jacksonville proudly boasts the largest urban park system in the country.