Visit Spokane

Convention center43,014 sq. m
Guest Rooms7,890
Guest rooms at 1 hotel550 guest rooms
Special event venues32
Average room rate$121.83
Daily food cost$100.30
Occupancy rate61.8%
Tax rate10.7%

Visit Spokane


Why Choose Our Destination?

In Spokane you get more than a meeting. It’s an easy, walkable experience that allows you to do more with your time. The state of the art, 300,000 sf Spokane Convention Center and 2,600 seat, freshly renovated, First Interstate Center for the Arts connect you with nature and stunning views of the Spokane River, while you make connections at your meeting. Skybridges connect two different hotels, Marriot and Hilton, for a total of 1,100 rooms. Over a hundred daily flights, 17 direct, simplify the trip. You’ll be checking into your hotel following a brief, 11-minute drive from Spokane International Airport to downtown Spokane. Making the most of your time in Spokane is hassle-free and it’s easy to enjoy everything this great city has waiting to share with you. Dinner, shopping, fresh air, it’s all waiting for you. And the best part is Spokane is so convenient that you don’t have to choose. When you connect in Spokane there’s a whole new session waiting for you when the conference lights dim, only in this session you explore the gracious city that’s welcomed you in.


Come for Business, Stay for the Rewards

08/07/2019 – 12/31/2019

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Distance from airport

  • Spokane International Airport

    11.27 km from city center


Local Attractions

Inland Northwest Ale Trail

3 minutes away
The Inland Northwest is a must taste destination for craft beer lovers. From hoppy IPAs to bold and flavorful stouts, these unique flavors are being served up daily around Spokane. But there is more than beer to take in – delicious bites, inviting atmosphere and great tours define the Inland Northwest craft beer scene.

Hangman Valley Golf Course

10 minutes away
Hangman Valley Golf Course is an 18-hole championship public municipal golf course located in Spokane, Washington. The golf course is a challenging and enjoyable test for golfers of all skill levels. Opened for play in 1969, the Spokane County course features four sets of tees from which you can choose to play. Red tees will make the course play just over 5000 yards while the gold tees measure just under 5700 yards. The majority of players will play the white tees at 6430 yards while the championship tees will play to 6865 yards or further. The course features well bunkered greens and Latah Creek which comes into play on 7 holes. With wide fairways, you can launch your tee shots which makes the course fun to play. A well-marked course, mostly what you see is what you'll get for your golf shots. With a balance of 4 par 3's and 4 par 5's, you should be able to use every club in your bag for an enjoyable round of golf.
2210 E Hangman Valley Rd
Spokane, WA 99223

Arbor Crest Wine Cellars

Historical landmark
15 minutes away
<p>One of the state's oldest wineries producing award-winning Washington wines. Named one of "50 Great Producers Every Wine Lover Should Know" by Wine Spectator. The <a href="" title="Arbor Crest Wine Cellars" target="_new">Cliff House Tasting Room</a>, located on a National Historic Site perched atop a cliff offering spectacular views of the Spokane Valley, is open daily 12-5. Visit the <a href="" title="" target="_new">website</a> for details including the <a href="" title="Events at Arbor Crest" target="_new">Summer Concert Series</a>. </p> <p>Arbor Crest Wine Cellars has versatile meeting space that can accommodate more than 500 guests.</p> <p><a href="" title="" target="_new"></a></p>
4705 N Fruit Hill Rd
Spokane, WA, US 99217

Riverfront Park

2 minutes away
Explore 100 acres of fun right in the heart of Downtown Spokane. This city landmark features year-round attractions including a Giant Screen IMAX Theatre, gondola skyride over the falls, a historic 1909 Looff Carrousel, ice skating in winter, mini-golf, amusement rides, pavilion restaurant, park tour train, and more family fun.
507 N Howard St
Spokane, WA, US 99201

Dry Fly Distilling

5 minutes away
<p><a href="">Dry Fly Distillery</a>, Washington's first manufacturer of <a href="" title="Dry Fly Products" target="_new">craft distilled spirits</a> producing <a href="" title="Dry Fly Vodka" target="_new">vodka</a>, <a href="" title="Dry Fly Gin" target="_new">gin</a>, <a href="" title="Dry Fly Whiskey" target="_new">whiskey</a> and <a href="" title="Dry Fly Bourbon" target="_new">bourbon</a>.  All products and ingredients come from local, small sustainable, farm families.  Purchase logo wear and distilled spirits, perfect gifts and souvenirs for your friends and family back home.  Located one mile east of downtown Spokane.</p> <p><a href="" title="" target="_new"></a></p>
1003 E Trent Ave
Ste 200
Spokane, WA, US 99202

ROW Adventures

30 minutes away
<p>The region's oldest and most experienced <a href="" title="Outdoor Adventure Spokane" target="_new">outdoor adventure</a> company offering <a href="" title="Rafting, Kayaking, Canoeing">whitewater rafting</a>, <a href="" title="Fishing in Spokane" target="_new">fly fishing</a>, <a href="" title="hiking and Biking" target="_new">hiking and biking</a> trips. Choose half or full-day guided bicycle tours on the <a href="" title="Spokane's Centennial Trail" target="_new">Centennial Trail</a>, Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes, <a href="" title="Route of the Hiawatha" target="_blank">Hiawatha Trail </a>and more. Whitewater rafting or gentle float trips for all ages are offered on the Spokane, Moyie, St. Joe &amp; Clark Fork rivers. Corporate team building, families and groups are welcome. For all of the adventures offered in Spokane and Coeur d'Alene and to book your trip online go to<a href="" title="ROW Adventures" target="_new"></a>. ROW Adventures is your one-stop resource for outdoor fun in and around Spokane! Since 1979, setting the high watermark for outdoor adventure.</p>
202 Sherman Ave
Coeur d'Alene, ID 83814

Green Bluff Growers

15 minutes away
Green Bluff Growers represents a community of friendly family farms, wineries and a B&B dedicated to providing a wonderful country setting for your enjoyment. You'll find delicious fresh picked fruit and vegetables, home baked pies, pastries, handmade gifts, antiques, live music, and unique activities. Join in the fall festivals for feasting and fantastic family fun! It is great for people of all ages!
P.O. Box 1117
Mead, WA, US 99021

Silverwood Theme Park & Boulder Beach Water Park

60 minutes away
<p>Visit the Northwest's largest theme park featuring 200+ acres of fun with over 65 rides, shows and attractions including NEW for 2013 the giant thrill ride, SpinCycle, the formidable and massive Aftershock Roller Coaster, two thrilling wooden coasters, as well as milder rides such as the Log Flume, a 1915 Steam Engine train, the new family ride, Barnstormer, and much more! Cool down at Boulder Beach Water Park featuring a lazy river, tube slides, wave pools and kids areas. Both parks for one price.</p> <p><a href="" title="Silverwood Theme Park &amp; Boulder Beach Water Park" target="_new"></a></p>
27843 N Hwy 9583801
Athol, ID, US 83801


Additional Information

Spokane boasts five major convention facilities, 7,855 hotel rooms and 32 unique meeting venues. Outdoor adventures, a vibrant arts community and hip nightlife scene blend seamlessly to keep your attendees entertained in their off hours throughout your entire conference. Adding to an exceptional conference experience, Spokane’s 260 days of sunshine, low humidity and abundant outdoor spaces make even a short session break a true experience. Attendees can walk along the dramatic Spokane River Falls, grab a quick meal and go shopping, all in a one hour time frame!