- These hotels are all less than a
quarter-mile away from
The Dance Street Ballroom, have free parking, and are very easy to find.
Our facility is also close to downtown and
many other hotels that are near enough for a good walk or an inexpensive cab
Holiday Inn Express
"on the rock" -
801 N Division Street,
Spokane WA. Even though I've never stayed at this
one I've always had good luck with other HIEs. We have a
special "Dance Street Ballroom" rate negotiated with them that's a
bit lower than even their group-sales rates, so make sure you drop
our name when you book. There are no room minimums, either,
and with advance notice they are happy to provide a shuttle for your
guests to and from the venue. This alleviates some drinking
and driving worries and would make a great "thank you" gift to your
Oxford Suites Downtown -
(800) 774-1877, (509) 353-9000 - 115 W. North River Dr., Spokane, Washington
I like this hotel for its boutique feel, but it's not a lot less
expensive than the Davenport.
A hot breakfast buffet is included with every room, and they do have
a cocktail hour as well. They also have a shuttle that can be
arranged to transport groups of guests to and from the Dance Street
Red Lion River Inn: RES: (800) Red-Lion
A Few Things To Do
While You're Visiting
- Take a walk through Riverfront Park and enjoy the downtown shopping and
The Chocolate Apothecary in the
historic Flour Mill serves terrific coffee as well as selling a huge
variety of specialty chocolate bars. It's only a couple of
blocks away but is closed on Saturdays.
The Kitchen Engine is just next
door but also closed on Saturdays. Just
Main Market Co-op is easy to
access if you're headed south on Division and features a deli case
with interesting fare as well as organic produce, products, & a nice
craft beer selection.
Huckleberries on the South Hill
also offers organic foods, an even bigger beer selection, and their
9th Street Bistro - one of my favorite places to eat (although a bit
overwhelming with so many deli case options to tempt you!)
I love these local restaurants and bars in
Raw. Stella's cafe is close
by for sandwiches, pastries, & coffee. For cheaper eats head
over to the Gonzaga University district on Boone (turns into Sharp)
White Box Pies makes delicious
sandwiches, pies, & other goodies with many gluten-free options!
Ionic Burrito is also tasty, local,
There's a streetcar shuttle
that runs from the Arena parking lot (across from Dance Street) to
downtown for a very small fare. Remember to bring your parking
meter money if you're driving downtown, or park in the River Park
Square parking garage. The easiest entrance to the garage is heading west on
Spokane Falls Blvd., the northern most arterial through downtown
Spokane. Take the Division Street exit.
Looking for something outdoorsy to do while you're in town? Take a
stroll or ride along the paved
Trail that runs along the Spokane River, or get more adventurous and
explore one of our great local hikes. We recommend
Riverside State Park or the
Dishman Mica Natural
Area for something not too strenuous or time consuming.
Enjoy your time in Spokane!