Convention center6,968 sq. m
Guest Rooms4,191
Guest rooms at 1 hotel279 guest rooms
Special event venues25
Average room rate$93.00
Daily food cost
Occupancy rate
Tax rate10.6%



Why Choose Our Destination?

With hundreds of sunny days in the Tri-Cities, there are many opportunities to experience the great a round of golf, stroll through one of our beautiful, hike or rollerblade the Sacagawea Heritage Trail...or take a jet boat tour of The Hanford Reach National Monument and discover a variety of wildlife along nature trails and national wildlife refuges. The Tri-Cities is not only a great place to visit, but a prime meeting destination. Centrally located in the Pacific Northwest, we are easily accessible to delegates from Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Utah and British Columbia. Our two convention centers offer meeting space to accommodate groups up to 3,000 attendees. Citywide, our community has over 4,100 guest rooms offering choices in brands and rates. Our affordable rates and outstanding facilities make the Tri-Cities an ideal convention and meeting location.

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Distance from airport

  • Tri-Cities Airport (PSC)

    11.27 km from city center


Local Attractions

Water 2 Wine Cruises

3 mi. away
We are pleased to share with you exclusive and unique dinner cruises and events that showcase Northwest wines, fine cuisine, and majestic journeys on the Columbia River. Bring your friends, families, and appetites. We pride ourselves on providing decadent fare for every food preference –from vegan to meat lover. ​See you on deck!

Hanford B Reactor Tours

Historical landmark
The Hanford and B Reactor "story" consists of some of the richest and most significant historical accomplishments in the world. It is the story of a community with a singular commitment to ending World War II, of the Manhattan Project, the world's first full-sized reactor, and the Hanford Reach...the last free flowing, non-tidal stretch of the mighty Columbia River. It is the story of American Indian tradition, early farming techniques, and railroading. It is the story of environmental research and restoration. From the largest remaining shrub-steppe eco-system in the world, to an "Atomic City" built is the story of sophisticated advancements carved from a rugged northwest territory. It is a unique story, and one that will capture the hearts and imaginations of all who visit.

Country Mercantile

Country Mercantile is family owned and operated and began as a small produce stand offering seasonal fruits and vegetables. Today you will find an amazing selection of the Northwest's finest gourmet foods and the most decadent handmade chocolates and fudge made with country love straight from their kitchen.
232 Crestloch Rd.
Pasco, WA 99301

The Hanford Reach Interpretive Center

The REACH is a gateway to the region's stories with exhibits, tours, programs and year-round special events.
1943 Columbia Park Trail
Richland, WA 99338

Columbia River Journeys Jet Boat Tours

Columbia River Journeys specializes in Jet Boat Tours of the Columbia and Lower Snake Rivers. Their most popular tour is of the Hanford Reach National Monument. Passengers will see wildlife in a natural setting, view some of the regions most spectacular scenery, see and learn about one of our Nation’s most historic landmarks, the Hanford Nuclear Reservation, home of World War II and Cold War Nuclear Reactors and much more.
PO Box 1463
Richland, WA 99352

Laser Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observatory (LIGO)

LIGO seeks to open a new window on the universe using the world's largest laser interferometers to detect gravitational waves. Check LIGO's website for tour information. 509-372-8106
Route 10
Richland, WA

Gesa Carousel of Dreams

The Tri-Cities offers the magic of carousel rides at the new Gesa Carousel fo Dreams. The carousel is located adjacent to the Southridges Sports and Events Complex off Highway 395 in Kennewick. The carousel project began in 2002 when our community purchased the 1910 Charles Carmel carousel, which originally operated at the Silver Beach Amusement Park in St. Joseph, Michigan. The 45 hand-carved wooden horses and three chariots have been restored. With their high-flying tails, flowing manes and bejeweled blankets, the pretty prancing ponies invite riders of all ages. Local carvers have added a cougar and a husky in recognition of popular state mascots. The merry-go-round sets on a 50-foot platter and is surrounded by brightly painted rounding boards, featuring photographs by Tri-City photographer, John Clement. The carousel is housed in a glass and wooden structure for year-round operation. The building features a gift shop, concessions, party room, catering kitchen, office and back deck. More than an amusement ride, the Carousel of Dreams also offers visitors a showcase of art and history.
2901-F Southridge Blvd
Kennewick, WA 99338

Master Gardeners Demonstration Garden

Over two landscaped acres consisting of 20 individual gardens that showcase plants, trees and shrubs that can be grown successfully in the Tri-Cities area. 509-735-3551
1600 S Union Street
Kennewick, WA 99336

Convention Centers

  • Three Rivers Convention Center

    The Three Rivers Convention Center offers an expansive 75,000 square feet of space. The Convention Center's sparkling 14,000 square foot foyer is perfect for social activities, receptions, meeting registrations and more.

  • HAPO Center

    Top on the list for selecting TRAC Center is our excellent service. The Center offers a versatility that few event venues can offer to both the promoters & to the public. We are very proud of the quality & complimentary amenities we offer!


Additional Information

The staff at Visit TRI-CITIES is committed to the success of your events. We are dedicated to creating a positive experience for all conference attendees by serving as a liaison between you and the hotels and venues in our community. Our staff is here to provide customized service and to save you time and energy with a number of complimentary services.