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Welcome to Cvent's Meeting and Event Planning Guide to Spokane - a city guide for meeting planning professionals.
Event planners will discover brilliant ideas and imaginative venues for hosting meetings in Spokane. Historic hotels, cliff side estates, gritty and funky warehouses, or a rooftop deck at the Spokane Convention Center in downtown Spokane—they're all options. This community is full of big visionaries on the culinary, wine and craft brew front.
Enhancing the experience for attendees is the revitalized and walkable downtown area. In addition to hotel and convention center renovations, downtown demands exploration.
Spokane is the capital of the Intermountain Northwest: an urban oasis in that vast space between the Cascades and the Rockies.
Chefs cook up adventure at locally owned restaurants, and winemakers and brewers collaborate to create compelling tastes. It's a city worth experiencing.
With all the city has created, it's no wonder that Spokane, which means "Children of the Sun" in the Salish language, always shines.
All average costs based on U.S. Government Per Diem rates as published by the U.S. General Services Administration.
Spokane Convention Center
Perched on the banks of the Spokane River, the Spokane Convention Center is a gathering place where accessibility, pace, history and hospitality conspire to make an original city experience both manageable and delightful.
First Interstate Center for the Arts
Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena
Spokane International Airport (GEG)
Located just seven miles west of downtown Spokane, Spokane International Airport is the second largest airport in the state of Washington.
The Spokane Intermodal Center is located right in downtown Spokane. The station serves the Empire Builder route which provides daily service between Chicago and the Pacific Northwest and stops in both Seattle and Portland.
STA operates from Airway Heights, Cheney, Medical Lake, Millwood, Liberty Lake, Spokane and the Spokane Valley.
Visitors to Spokane can access several taxi companies outside of the Spokane International Airport baggage claim area. Visitors should expect to pay about $20 to $30 in taxi fare from the airport to downtown Spokane.
Uber and Lyft are also active in Spokane.
Photo Credit: Visit Spokane
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