Beaumont Convention & Visitors Bureau

CVB/DMC
Hotels35
Convention Center11,475 sq. m
Guest Rooms3,500
Guest Rooms at 1 Hotel281 Guest Rooms
Special Event Venues20
Average Room Rate$93.00
Restaurants143
Daily Food Cost$51.00
Occupancy Rate72%
Tax Rate15%

Distance from Airport

  • Southeast Texas Regional Airport

    22.53 km from City Center

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Additional Information

Want accommodations that give you Extras? MCM Elegante Hotel & Conference Center boasts a luxurious Aveda Day Spa and a Starbucks Kiosk along with Hemingway’s Café and Tradewinds Tavern that treat guests to great food and drinks within the comfort of the hotel. Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Beaumont Plaza was recently renovated with roughly $7.5 million poured into the hotel. Ford Park Event Center is Southeast Texas’ premier convention and meeting complex with five versatile venues. The facilities include a 48,000-square-foot Exhibit Hall with eight adjacent meeting rooms. The Beaumont Civic Center Complex is located in the heart of Beaumont’s thriving downtown cultural district. The flowing Neches River is an elegant backdrop to the Civic Center, offering 42,000 sq ft of exhibit space. Five breakout areas provide an additional 6,000 sq ft of meeting room space. Want group dining with Zest? Located in historic Downtown Beaumont, Suga’s Deep South Cuisine & Jazz Bar offers southern cuisine with a twist. Sartin’s is known for their homegrown Texas hospitality coupled with delicious Gulf Coast seafood, specifically their famous BBQ Crabs – a must try on any trip to Beaumont! Want to surround your group with Culture? Beaumont offers numerous museums that are perfect for alternative and unique meeting space. Step back in time to witness Beaumont’s rich oil heritage at Spindletop Gladys City Boomtown Museum where you’ll watch the world’s only working replica gusher blow water hundreds of feet into Beaumont’s blue sky. Follow the history of the "Cradle of the Petroleum Age" with a tour of the Texas Energy Museum where interactive exhibits share the history of oil exploration, production and refining. Want to satisfy high rollers with Entertainment? Unwind at Crockett Street Entertainment District where you’ll find a variety of nightlife that caters to all who seek entertainment and southern food. Savor delicious cuisine on the patio of one of their restaurants or two-step across the “Biggest Dance Floor in Southeast Texas” at the Dixie Dance Hall where local music legends frequently rock the stage. Located conveniently on IH-10, Beaumont is only minutes away from the casino gaming in Louisiana. So, not only will you get all that Beaumont has to offer, we’ll throw in some Louisiana lagniappe.