Boise Centre

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Boise, ID Convention center
ChainIndependent / Other
Total meeting space7,897 sq. m
Guest rooms
850 West Front Street
Boise, ID 83702

Boise Centre

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Boise, ID Convention center


Stay Connected - Free Wi-Fi Throughout

10/17/2017 – 12/31/2021


Client testimonials: CSTE Annual Conference June 2017 4-day conference “The expanded facilities were perfect for us, I have heard nothing but wonderful reviews. The expanded facilities was perfect for us. We had north of 1,500 registrants here, the size was perfect and the movement of people was great.” Jeff Engel, MD Executive Director American Nuclear Society, Top Fuel Conference September 2016 “Thank you for making our conference such a great success. We were truly impressed with the smooth execution of a multi-track, multi-location, multi-purpose meeting for a brand new conference center. Please pass along our admiration for the Boise Centre team as well. They did a great job helping the participants navigate the construction, getting us information about the local area and providing fun incentives for our group.” Adjutant Generals Association of the United States (AGAUS) June 2016 “Ratings do not go high enough to even begin to express our event experience with Boise Centre. AGAUS attendees loved the facilities, loved the location, and ease of getting around, not only at the Centre but also to the hotels and local areas. “ Allegheny Science & Technology July 2016 “Everything for our conference went well and we considered this one of the better events that we have hosted around the country. We hope to have the opportunity to return to Boise.”


Room features and guest services

  • Internet access
  • Luggage storage
  • View (Mountain)
  • View (Urban)


  • Onsite catering
  • Space (Outdoor)
  • Space (Private)
  • Wheelchair accessible

Business services

  • AV capabilities
  • Video conference

Venue accessibility

  • Airport shuttle
  • Bus
  • Taxi


  • Dance floor
  • Loading dock
  • Portable walls
  • Staging area

Photo Gallery


Meeting Space

Total meeting space7,897 sq. m
Meeting rooms31
Largest room4,645 sq. m
Second largest room2,694 sq. m
Space (Private)7,990 sq. m
Space (Outdoor)2,323 sq. m
Exhibit Space2,323 sq. m


Local Attractions

Pre and Post Meeting Adventures

Boise offers the culture, entertainment and amenities of a large urban area, in a place that feels inviting to visitors. You will be pleasantly surprised by all that Boise has to offer: a walkable, compact downtown filled with shops, dining, brewpubs, nightlife and culture all with a fun and hip vibe. With adventurous recreation nearby, including white-water rafting, skiing, golfing and a 25-mile Greenbelt bicycle and pedestrian path along the Boise River, which runs through the city, Boise has an activity for everyone to enjoy.

Quail Hollow Golf Course

15 minutes away
Quail Hollow is an 18-hole public golf course located in the Boise Foothills. The course was first opened in 1982 under the name “Shamana” and was designed by Bruce Devlin/Robert von Hagge. Since its opening, it has undergone several transformations, including the changing of its name to “Quail Hollow Golf Club.” The course features stunning views of the Treasure Valley and the mountains that surround it. It also features an abundance of wildlife including but not limited to: deer, rabbits, bobcats, foxes, and a variety of birds. Golfers will be delighted with over twenty courses to play in the Boise area.
4520 N. 36th Street
Boise, ID, US 83703

Shops, Restaurants and Nightlife

5 minutes away
Just outside Boise Centre explore vibrant Downtown Boise with over 294 shops, restaurants, brew pubs and nightlife. You'll find a unique mix of local farm to table restaurants and shops mixed with national restaurants and retail within easy reach of downtown hotels. Downtown is walkable and friendly with interesting architecture and cultural districts and entertainment venues. Weekly free concerts and farmers market on the city's Grove Plaza in the summer months.

Museums - History, Art, Birds and More

15 minutes away
Take in one of Boise's many museums and discover the captivating history of Idaho and its people. Nearby downtown are the Idaho Historical Museum, Boise Art Museum, Zoo Boise and the Basque Museum and Cultural Center. A short drive away are the Old Idaho Penitentiary, Idaho Botanical Garden, MK Nature Center, Idaho Museum of Mining and Geology, Idaho Military History, World Center for Birds of Prey and Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial.

Boise River Greenbelt 25-mile Path

10 minutes away
Get close to nature and unwind after a busy day with a walk along the Boise River Greenbelt. The Greenbelt is a ten minute walk from most downtown hotels. Visitors will be able to walk, jog or bike along a tree-lined paved path that follows the river through the heart of the city. Wildlife viewing is encouraged. Bikes can be rented from many vendors and are available at several hotels.

Idaho Wineries

30 mi. away
Known for breath taking wilderness and, perhaps more famously, for its potatoes, Idaho is home to a fast growing wine industry and award-winning wines. Just thirty minutes from Boise, located in the Snake River is Idaho Wine Country. Idaho is known for growing and producing vinifera varieties such as Syrah and Viognier and classics varieties such as Merlot, Cabernet, Sauvignon, Chardonnay and Riesling. Special events and group tours are welcome. “A wine region that has arrived” Sunset Magazine.

Basque Museum and Cultural Center

5 minutes away
Located just one block from the Boise Centre the Basque Museum and Cultural Center & Basque Block block are a must see for visitors. The Basque Block can also be rented for unique offsite events. Boise, Idaho has long been a central location where Basque immigrants first congregated after coming to the United States from the Spanish Basque Region. In fact, Boise has the largest population of Basques outside of the Basque country. As immigrants established their lives here, Basques became well known for their hard work and perseverance. The Basque Museum & Cultural Center provides a look into the Basque heritage through exhibits, collections, and tours. As a cultural center, it's a gathering place for events and educational opportunities - in which people of all backgrounds can participate in Basque activities.
611 Grove Street
Boise, ID 83702

Bogus Basin Mountain Recreation Area

17 mi. away
Visitors can hit the slopes at Bogus Basin alpine, snowboard and cross country, ski area is just a few miles from downtown. Day and night skiing are offered along with a tubing hill. Equipment rentals, lodges and dining are available on the mountain.

Distance from airport

  • 8.05 km from venue


  • Paid parking$15.00 / day
  • Street parking


Situated in the center of downtown Boise and a short seven-minute ride from the airport, Boise Centre offers 86,000 square feet of fully carpeted, versatile meeting space and accommodates groups of up to 2,000 people. Within the convention center, you will find 31 flexible meeting rooms, a robust 500MB wireless infrastructure (with 1GB available by the end of 2019), and beautiful views of the Rocky Mountain foothills. And while over 100 restaurants and microbreweries are located just outside Boise Centre’s doors, the building’s catering team pleases guests with local beer, wine, and homegrown fare. Boise Centre proudly provides in-house culinary, audiovisual, IT and utility services, ensuring a seamless and enjoyable planning experience. The knowledgeable and friendly staff will create custom menus, unique lighting and production design, and delivers the latest in technology including WiFi throughout and dedicated bandwidth. Boise, named by Forbe’s “America’s Fastest-Growing City in 2018”, is a vibrant, safe, and affordable destination offering meeting planners the perfect combination of urban amenities and outdoor adventure. With over 1,600 sleeping rooms surrounding Boise Centre, your attendees will have access to shopping, a vibrant nightlife, the historic Basque Block, and the Boise River and Greenbelt for rafting, biking, and running.

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