Meeting planners and groups from across the country are choosing Dublin as their meeting destination for their events. From unique venues to affordable accommodations and plenty of Irish hospitality, take a look at what others are saying about our destination.

Gather your clan and let Dublin serve as host for your next meeting or event.

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"I have planned many conferences in Dublin and have always found the hotel staffs to be efficient and friendly; they even remember our attendees from year to year!  Everyone goes out of their way to make us feel welcome.  Pat King at the Dublin CVB is legendary in the hospitality industry and her first priority is that our conferences are successful.

Our attendees like to get out into the community in the evenings and they love the restaurants and entertainment venues that are available in Dublin.  Whether an authentic Irish pub, contemporary Italian or great steaks and seafood, we enjoy the wonderful and eclectic selection of dining and nightlife options.  Some are walkable…all are easy to get to!

Keep up the good work and we will be back for years to come!"

- Jennifer Shuey, Director of Operations and Education, County Engineers Association of Ohio


"I was in Dublin for the weekend with the Motor Maids and we loved your city. We have never experienced the courtesy that was given to us while riding our bikes. People would leave us space so we were able to re-group and ride together. We were waved at everywhere we rode. What a great welcome to your city! Thank you for a great weekend. I am hoping to visit again in the near future."

-Mary Lee-Kanyuh, Member, Motor Maids of Ohio, Great Lakes Rendezvous


"Dublin is such a quaint, charming town outside of Columbus, Ohio. It really is a hidden gem and I fell in love with the Historic District with the stone houses dating back to the early 1800's, the houses are now home to several local businesses including Irish pubs, restaurants, candy and ice cream shops to name a few. Across the river is a bustling popular new area called Bridge Park with several new restaurants, shops and entertainment establishments. Soon there will be a bridge and a park connecting Historic Dublin to Bridge Park. I had the pleasure of spending the weekend in Dublin visiting the hotels and getting acquainted with the area. There is plenty of stuff to do where you are a sports fan, history buff, foodie, shopper, partier, or have a family and I know that visitors and conference attendees would be pleasantly surprised with all the options and love the charm of the city." 

- Vanessa Huff, Conference and Events Manager, AMR Management Services