Welcome to the Queen City
Cincinnati hosts some of the largest and most advanced 3D printing facilities in the world, an amazing variety of breweries, world class restaurants and way too many bridges. It's also our hometown and we can't wait to show you around.
Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza Hotel
35 W. 5th Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202
Group Rate: $170/night
Call for Reservations: 1-800-HILTONS
(If calling, reference the Additive Manufacturing Conference & Expo to get discounted room rates!)
Additive Manufacturing Conference & Expo has arranged for a special rate of $170/night + taxes at the Hilton Netherlands Plaza Hotel in Downtown Cincinnati. Reservations must be received by Tuesday, September 21st in order to be eligible for the group rate. Rates are subject to availability.
Open since 1931, the Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza hotel is one of the world’s finest examples of French Art Deco design. Take the hotel skywalk to various shops and restaurants and walk to the Duke Energy Convention Center. This National Historic Landmark hotel offers 40,000 sq. ft. of unique event space. Dine at Orchids at Palm Court, the #1 Hilton food and beverage hotel in the USA for four of the last five years.
Directions & Parking
The Additive Manufacturing Conference & Expo will be located in Hall B of the Duke Energy Convention Center.
Duke Energy Convention Center
525 Elm Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202
The Duke Energy Convention Center's main entrance is located at the intersection of Fifth Street and Elm Street in downtown Cincinnati. Over 5,000 parking spaces are located immediately surrounding the Center in metered street spaces, private flat lots and privately managed garages. The garages offer direct entry to the convention center via Cincinnati's Skywalk System.
Unofficial Vendor Warning
AMC&E 2021 is in receipt of reports from exhibitors who have been solicited through various third parties to book hotel reservations in Cincinnati. AMC&E is NOT working with a third party housing company, and the only way to book a reservation through our room block is by contacting the hotels directly. They would NOT reach out to individual companies.
Additionally, numerous convention bureaus are reporting hundreds of complaints from trade show managers who are receiving similar reports from exhibiting companies who booked rooms through a “third party room broker” and ended up at sold out hotels with no reservations and no recourse for the payment of rooms. These brokers falsely imply they are affiliated with show management and secure deposits and/or full prepayment from exhibiting companies.