Location Information

Meeting Location
Northern Kentucky Convention Center Corporation
1 West RiverCenter Boulevard
Covington, Kentucky 41011
Directly across the river from Cincinnati, Ohio

Adjacent Hotel
Cincinnati Marriott at RiverCenter
10 West RiverCenter Boulevard
Covington, Kentucky 41011
(859) 261-2900
Identify yourself as a PHM2012 attendee to receive the group rate

Embassy Suites Cincinnati RiverCenter
10 East Rivercenter Boulevard
Covington, Kentucky 41011
(859) 261-8400

Holiday Inn Cincinnati Riverfront
600 W. Third Street
Covington, KY 41011
1-888-HOLIDAY

Courtyard by Marriott Cincinnati Covington
500 West 3rd Street
Covington,KY 41011
1-800-228-9290

Other Hotels with space available:
Millennium Cincinnati Hotel
150 West 5th Street
Cincinnati, OH, 45202
1-866-599-6674

Hyatt Regency Cincinnati
151 West Fifth Street
Cincinnati, OH, 45202
1-800-233-1234

About the Area
The Northern Kentucky area (also referred to as "Southern Cincinnati") is unique because it offers both the fast-paced excitement of the big city and the relaxed lifestyle and quiet beauty of Kentucky's rolling hills. The slower pace of small communities makes this area a very pleasant place to call home where friendliness is just a way of life here. You can enjoy big-city amenities and hometown charm.

Directly across the river is Cincinnati, Ohio ("Northern Side of Cincinnati"), which is a vibrant destination on the scenic Ohio River, known for its major league sports and world-class arts and culture. At first glance, it is the city's distinctive skyline rising up from the stately Ohio River that captures one's attention. Beyond the beautiful landscape, however, the region boasts a rich history and cultural heritage and has struck a compelling balance between its storied past and resurgent present.

Connecting the Two Sides
John A. Roebling Bridge
www.roebilngbridge.org
Recognized as a National Historic Landmark in 1975, the John A. Roebling (blue, suspension) Bridge was built from 1856-1866 at a cost of 1.8 million dollars to connect Cincinnati, Ohio and Covington, Kentucky. It served as a prototype for the Brooklyn Bridge and today is a beloved and well-traversed regional landmark.

Purple People Bridge
www.purplepeoplebridge.com
This Ohio River pedestrian-only bridge, one of only a few in the U.S., crosses from the south bank of Cincinnati, OH to the north bank of Newport, KY. Built in 1872 and on the National Register of Historic Places, the bridge was beautifully restored and re-opened in 2003 as a pedestrian-only bridge providing breathtaking views of the Ohio riverfront year-around and serving as a popular venue for a wide variety of public and private events.


 

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