Airport Meeting District

Here’s one obvious advantage of the Airport District in Raleigh and Morrisville, N.C.–you are close to RDU International Airport so your attendees can have a very short commute to your meeting hotel. And there's no shortage of fun things to do and delicious dining!

The full-service hotels with 2,500 square feet or more of meeting space in the district offer state-of-the-art A/V services and beautiful contemporary decor, plus it's about a five-minute ride from RDU to the hotels.
 

Meeting hotels with 2,500 square feet or more of meeting space

The Courtyard by Marriott® Raleigh-Durham Airport - Brier Creek is a unique hotel located in Brier Creek off of Highway 70 and... View More

Host a conference or meeting in one of Embassy Suites RDU/Brier Creek hotel's various function rooms ranging from the intimate... View More

Central to Raleigh, Cary and surrounding areas, and minutes from RDU International Airport and the respected Research Triangle... View More


Things to do and dining

Hotels near the airport are also close to Brier Creek Commons, a rich and diverse shopping and restaurant area. Brier Creek has almost every well-known retail brand you can think of for shopping, souvenirs, personal needs etc., all within a few blocks (and well-appointed blocks, at that). You will also see many recognizable restaurant names, a movie theater and much more.


Also, you're just a short drive from some Raleigh, N.C., highlights: Passionate mind Joel Graybeal's indoor rock climbing spot, Triangle Rock Club, with excellent team-building opportunities (and 55-foot climbing walls!); William B. Umstead State Park, the largest state park in N.C.; Angus Barn, a Raleigh dining institution perfect for team meals and client meetings; and several breweries, including passionate mind Sumit Vohra's Lonerider Brewing Company, one of the area's beer scene staples.

The Airport District is city-within-a-city for all things meeting in Raleigh, N.C.!

Triangle Rock Club (TRC) is home to two of the Southeast's premier indoor climbing and fitness centers. With Triangle-area... View More

Stroll nature trails or walk along 22 miles of hiking trails meandering through forest. Also offered are camping, picnicking,... View More

A family-owned institution for over 50 years, serving certified Angus Beef, aged in house. This award-winning steakhouse has one... View More

Lonerider opened its doors in Raleigh on Jan. 23, 2009 with a beer and a dream. Today, Lonerider is among the top 150 craft... View More

More Districts

Meeting and event strategists can choose between five separate meeting districts across the Raleigh, N.C., area. Each has its own personality and combination of features and may be just the right fit for your next event!

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Airport District

Here’s one obvious advantage of the Airport District–you are close to RDU International Airport so your attendees can have a very short commute to your meeting hotel!

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Cary District

When your must-have list includes charming and renowned quality of life, you’ll want to plan your event surrounded by everything Cary, N.C., has to offer.

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Downtown District

Anchored by the LEED Silver-certified, 500,000-square-foot Raleigh Convention Center, the downtown Raleigh meeting district is full of energy and vibrant, Southern culture.

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Midtown District

The Midtown District includes two compact, walkable areas with meeting hotels, restaurants, shopping and things to do.

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Raleigh North District

This popular meeting planner pick features two meeting hotels, delicious dining and more.

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Photos: Brier Creek Commons, Steve Jackie; Angus Barn ("all restaurants" photo), Ted Richardson