Charlotte Convention Center, Charlotte, North Carolina, United States of America
Charlotte Convention Center is a 280,000 square feet exhibit space in Charlotte, North Carolina. It opened in 1995 and has expanded the meeting space by 50,000 square feet. The convention center is sectioned into four halls with separate entrances. The convention center prides its partnership with Smart City, America's leading provider of event technology.
Tourists have an in-house advantage for food and beverage access. It is equipped with a food court and concessionaires. Charlotte Museum of History and Charlotte Nature Museum are some of the most visited attractions in Charlotte. A Starbucks is also in the area. Three concession stands also offer breakfast and lunch sandwiches, burgers, fries, and nachos. Around the area, tourists can enjoy a Comedy Tour, which features the most interesting neighborhoods in Charlotte in a 90-minute bus ride. An adult trip can be spiced with a 3-hour Charlotte Brewery Crawl Tour. It is in a guided tour by golf cart around breweries of local beers with live music. A more intimate trip can also be experienced in a guided historical tour. An upscale choice of accommodation can be availed in The Ritz-Carlton, The Ivey's Hotel, and Kimpton Tyron Park Hotel. These hotels are nearest to the city center. A more affordable option can be availed in Super 8 by Wyndham, Knights Inn Charlotte Airport, and Golden Green Hotel. Charlotte is close to Denver and Monroe.