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A list of spaces suitable for nonprofit board meetings, community events, etc.

Following is a list of meeting spaces in and around Seattle. The listing is divided into spaces that we at Groundwire know about, and places we've heard about from other sources. Please note that we make no effort to systematically update every piece of information on this page so it could be dated, incorrect or otherwise flawed. Please contact the location in question directly for current rates and information. Corrections or additions welcome -- please leave a comment below.

Places known to Groundwire

Free or Low Cost

Phinney Neighborhood Association

Variety of room sizes available, cost varies per room size

http://www.phinneycenter.org/PDFs/2011_Room_Rental_Info.pdf

 

Seattle Public Library

Many branches of the Seattle Public Library have meeting space available. See http//www.spl.org/default.asp?pageID=info_meetingrooms for more details.

 

Solid Ground

 

City of Seattle Meeting Spaces

Many Seattle parks have community centers with meeting spaces. See http://www.seattle.gov/parks/centers/index.htm for more details. Also see http//www.cityofseattle.net/parks/reservations/rentalGuide/ facilities.htm for a full listing of Seattle Parks & Recreation facilities available for rent.  Please note that not every venue on this list is suitable for business meetings.

 
Contact the Department of Neighborhoods for a listing of all City of Seattle meeting spaces available for public use, including schools, libraries, community centers and other venues.
 

More expensive or unknown cost

 

The Mountaineers

Full-function conference facility and smaller meeting rooms -- often used for environmental community events.

 

Center for Urban Horticulture

http//depts.washington.edu/urbhort/html/info/facilities.html

 

University Heights Center

http://www.uhcca.org/roomrentals.asp

 

Good Shepherd Center

 

PLACES WE'VE HEARD ABOUT FROM OTHERS

The following listings are broken down by neighborhood, and are mainly based on information gleaned from other sources. Groundwire can’t vouch for the veracity of any of the following information, but we welcome corrections, updates and additions via email at info@groundwire.org or via the comment form at the bottom of this page.

 

CAPITOL HILL

Spring Street Center

Spring Street Center is at 15th and Spring on Capitol Hill and has a chapel with stage that seats 80 theater style and a reception hall with kitchen that also seats 80. Both room are newly remodeling and rent at below market rates. Call 206-687-7130 or 425-641-6725 for information. (Non-profit organizations are given priority.) The building has been renovated using "Green" building standards.

BALLARD

Ballard Neighborhood Service Center

2305 NW Market St; Rob Mattson 684-4060

rob.mattson@ci.seattle.wa.us  No cost; Small Conference Room for 16

 

Northwest Senior Center

5429 32nd Ave NW 98107; Office Manager 297-0403
 

$8-$33/hr;  Limited parking @ Ballard Locks; Available 8AM-12midnight 7 days a week. Small Room 8 capacity; Art Room 15-25 capacity; Conference Room 20 capacity; Exercise Room 40 capacity; Main Hall 100 capacity; Large professional kitchen $15/hr

 

Loyal Heights Community Center

2101 NW 77th St; 684-4052   Cost varies.

Social room 100 capacity; Children's Room 75 capacity; Small Kitchen; gym 300 capacity

 

Sunset Hill Community Center

A historic 1920s building in Sunset Hill.
3003 NW 66th Street
(206) 784-2927

 

Quixote Foundation

5405 Leary Ave NW, Suite 2
Jenni Kennedy, Office Manager: 206-783-5554
jenni [at] quixotefoundation.org
 
No Cost. Small conference room with maximum capacity of 16. Available M-F.
 

The Canal

 
The Canal gives you a waterfront view of the historic Hiram M. Chittenden Locks in Ballard from every part of this exquisite venue. It has a large outdoor covered and heated patio which can be used year round for cocktails or wedding ceremonies. The Canal features large dance floors, waterfront views, warm ambiance and the fabulous cuisine of Jewel Catering Company, including options for full alcohol service.
 
For more information call 206-524-4918 or info@jewelhospitality.com
 

Fremont/Wallingford

Fremont Library

731 N 35th St (btwn Fremont Av & Aurora); (206) 684-4084   No cost; capacity 99

 

Fremont Neighborhood Service Center

908 N 34th St (east of Aurora);

No cost.  Meeting Room 16-20 capacity.   Not available on the 1st Mon or 2nd Wed of the month

 

Hale's Ales

4301 Leary Way NW 206-782-0737

Rooms above pub (mmm, beer) for community meetings

 

Nalanda West

3902 Woodland Park Ave. N

(206) 529-8258

http://www.nalandawest.org/centers/usa/nalanda-west/rentals

Their facility offers a 1400 sq. ft. dining room that  seats 80 guests along with buffet and service tables, and has a 220 sq.ft. stage for a speaker or presentation. Adjacent to the dining room is a recently updated kitchen, and a lobby with men's and women's restrooms.

Upstairs is a  conference room (2100 sq.ft.), with an additional stage (150 sq.ft.) and large foyer (600 sq.ft). The conference room provides  views of the Seattle skyline, and seats up to 180. The upper foyer can be separated from the conference room, and provides a convenient space for break-out groups or conference facilitation.

 
Stone Soup Theatre

Location is 4029 Stone Way Seattle, WA 98103

rentals@stonesouptheatre.org or 253-778-6630

The UpStage is approximately 1000 sq. ft., seating 47 people in a 3/4 thrust configuration.

The DownStage is approximately 2200 sq. ft. in a 3/4 thrust configuration, with 600 additional sq. ft. for dressing room and concessions, seating up to

63 people for performances or up to 80 when used for meetings or presentations.

Rates range from $10/hour to $175 per day.

Present Sense

Present Sense is a Community Art and Mindfulness Center located in Wallingford. There is a two room space available for rent for classes, workshops, groups, performances/readings, special parties and a host of other events.  

http://www.present-sense.com/rental/

GREENWOOD

Greenwood Senior Center

Kitchen and dance floor available. Alcohol allowed.

 

LAKE CITY/WEDGWOOD

Lake City Neighborhood Service Center

12707 30th Av NE; Small Conference Room, capacity 30.   Large parking lot in back.

 

Meadowbrook Community Center

10517 35th Av NE;

3 additional small meeting rooms possibly available. Parking on-site. Multi-purpose Room 150 capacity, Large Kitchen adjacent, divides into 2 rooms; Small Meeting Room 25-30 capacity; Gym 400 capacity (gym only available after hours).

 

UNIVERSITY DISTRICT

University Christian Church

4731 15th Ave NE; Shirley Towner, Events Coordinator, (206)-522-0169 events@uchristian.org

$25-$400, plus security, etc.  Available for weekly meetings, social events, & concerts.

Various Meeting Rooms capacity 10-75; Social Hall capacity 100-400 capacity; Lounges 75-173 capacity; Sanctuary 100-750 capacity

 

University Friends Meeting

(206) 547-6449

Two large rooms, capacity 200, one kitchen use possible. One library, capacity 10. NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS OR NONPROFIT EVENTS ONLY.

Comments from WEC "A nice room, big, with high windows letting in light and Japanese rice paper moveable doors  It is $200, which includes the use of the coffee cart and kitchen area."

 

Lake Union Crew

LUC rents out their Great Room for special events and daytime business meetings.

http://www.lakeunioncrew.com/event.htm

 

Graham Center in the Washington Park Arboretum

http://depts.washington.edu/wpa/facility.htm

 

SOUTH LAKE UNION

Moss Bay Events

Moss Bay Event Center features panoramic views of the Space Needle and Lake Union waterfront, hardwood floors and seating for 160 guests, onsite parking and handicapped accessibility, curbside drop-off from Seattle's new downtown Street Car, wifi technology and wide screen projection, on-site event supervision and event planning.  Your choice for catering - no requirements.

 

MAGNOLIA

Blaine School

2550 34th Ave W (btwn W Raye & Smith); Building Rentals 252-0640

Available evenings & weekends only. Parking available.

Room 143 50 capacity; Room 144 75 capacity; Lunchroom 800 capacity
 

Magnolia United Church of Christ

3555 W McGraw St; Marilee 283-1788   magnoliaucc@seanet.com

$50-$75, $20/1-2 hrs.  Available to non-profits & public agencies

Pilgrim Hall 2,046 sq ft + stage area w/ kitchen, 100-200 capacity; Fireside Rm 600 sq ft meeting rm, 50 capacity

 

QUEEN ANNE

Seattle Pacific University

3307 3rd Ave W (& W Cremona); Judy Bruce 281-2187   jbruce@spu.edu

$50-$200    Free parking. Non-profits only. PCs w/ standard business software, LCD & overhead projectors

Classrooms 65 capacity; Area-style Classrooms 190 capacity; Seminar Rooms 75 capacity; Conference Center 450 capacity, theatre seating (780 total capacity)

 
 

The Studio

The Studio comfortably holds 40 people, standing room for up to 50. It features a private parking lot, kitchenette, flat screen HD TV for presentations and WiFi. Rates start at $200 for 4 hours.

http://www.thestudioseattle.com

 

BELLTOWN/DOWNTOWN

Port of Seattle

2711 Alaskan Way, Pier 69 (btwn Clay & Vine);  Contact Connie Sroggins, (206) 728-3362, cscoggins@portseattle.org

Rates and availability vary--please contact for information. Government & non-profit agencies only.

Standard office & AV equipment.

Portside Café 25 person capacity.

 

All Pilgrims Christian Church

500 Broadway E; Claire Sandoval 322-0487 info@allpilgrims.org

Parking at Broadway Market Garage

Sanctuary 200 capacity, Ballroom 300 capacity, 2 Mtg Rms/Class 60 capacity ea, Basement Hall 100 capacity.  (660 total capacity)

 

Environmental Works

402 15th Ave E (& E Harrison); Eileen Krotki, 206.329.8300 ext. 26, ekrotki@eworks.org

Available to non-profit organizations.  Free registration,donations are accepted. Building orientation is required for registration.

One Room with large conference table & chairs, fits 15 people. No parking onsite, street parking in the neighborhood. No A/V equipment.

 

Spirit Studios

A lovely, old fashioned loft in Belltown, with a fun, quirky ambiance. Contact is Dan Kemmis (dke@majorpixel.com).

A large room, and also a more intimate room are available. Convenient, parking lot next door, cafés in the area that you could probably get to cater. The space is geared to host large screen demos/PowerPoint presentations.

 

Seattle Art Museum

Has a meeting/party room just off their cafe for about $100.

 

The Big Picture

http://www.thebigpicture.net

They have individual conference rooms or "living rooms" that are reasonable -- $175 for 3 hours -- considering how really, really nice they are.

 

Klondike Gold Rush National Historic Park

http://www.nps.gov/klgo/, 117 South Main St. near Elliot Bay Bookstore.

(206)553-7220.

The National Historic Park has a conference room that holds 30+ that you can use on the weekend for a small administrative fee of $25. 

Great Hall at Union Station

 
Built in 1911 and knows as an architectural masterpiece, The Great Hall at Union Station is located in Seattle’s Pioneer Square and International District. Restored in 1999, the stunning interior is dominated by a central barrel-vaulted ceiling, antique tile floors and classical pilasters accented by a series of archways. The Great Hall can accommodate up to 500 guests for all types of social and corporate events. For more information call 206-524-4918 or email info@jewelhospitality.com
 

Freehold Theatre Lab/Studio

Freehold Theatre has three rehearsal spaces available to rent hourly: the Bev Kelly Library, the Acting Studio, and the Black Box Theatre. The Black Box Theatre is also available to rent as a performance space. Their spaces are available for daytime and evening rentals and are available for rehearsals, meetings, special events and performances. 

 

FIRST HILL

Seattle Science Foundation

550 17th Ave, Suite 600

Seattle WA 98122

To request space contact Shawn Sullivan at (206) 245-8183 or shawns <at> seattlesciencefoundation.org

Cost is $2,000 per day for main conference room that holds up to 75 people and has multiple HD TVs for presentations.

 

Yesler Community Center

835 E Yesler Way; 386-1245

Small Kitchen, Gym 100 capacity, tables & chairs available.

 

Stimson-Green Mansion 

 
For over a hundred years celebrations have shaped the character of this prestigious mansion in the heart of Seattle. The Stimson-Green Mansion has all the enchantment your guests will treasure as you create a lasting memory of warm ambiance, interesting artifacts and historic significance. Make your occasion a part of Seattle history at the Stimson-Green Mansion. For more information call 206-524-4918 or email info@jewelhospitality.com
 

CENTRAL AREA

Langston Hughes Cultural Arts Center

104 17th Ave S (& E Yesler Wy); Monique Gill 684-4757

Non-profit rates, except for the theatre.

Small Room 12 capacity; Medium 50 capacity; Large 290 with Large Kitchen, Theatre 300 capacity

 

Douglass-Truth Library

2300 E Yesler Way; 684-4704;    No cost; 50 capacity

 

Good Shepard Lutheran Church

2116 E Union St; Glenn Adams 363-7508   LCGS22@juno.com

Cost varies.  Parking available.

Auditorium 120 capacity; Library/Resource Center; Kitchen. Podium, microphone, stage, easel, coffe/tea, & piano available.

 

Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest

PLEASE EMAIL heather.hughes@ppgnw.org with any questions.
2001 East Madison Street
Seattle, WA 98122

Meeting rooms are available within these hours:
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday – 08:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Tuesday – 08:00 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
For evening meetings: attendees must exit the building by the time indicated above. Clean up must be completed within 15 minutes after the closing time. Security Guard will close the building and set the alarm within another 15 minutes.

Rental Pricing:
Fisher Board Rooms: Holds a maximum of 80 people in classroom style; holds 30 people comfortably in U–shaped setup
Week Days: $50.00 per hour with a 2 hour minimum, or $350.00 per day.

Fisher Board Rooms: Holds a maximum of 80 people in classroom style; holds 30 people comfortably in U–shaped setup
Saturday and Sunday: $100 per hour with 4 hour minimum, or $700 per day

Smaller Meeting Rooms (5 total): Hold a maximum of 20 people each.
Week Days: $30.00 per hour with a 2 hour minimum, or $200.00 per day per room.

Smaller Meeting Rooms (5 total): Hold a maximum of 20 people each.
Saturday and Sunday: $60 per hour with 4 hours minimum, or $400 per day per room.

Meeting Materials and AV Needs:
PPGNW does not provide easels or poster paper; however we do have two sets of white boards and markers in each room. Computer Smart Screen (LCD) rental is available only in the Fisher Rooms at a cost of $75.00, with arrangements for usage made in advance. VCR/TV usage is included with the LCD rental. If you need to hook up laptops, use VCR or DVD, please inform your PPGNW contact.

Accessibility:
If any of your guests require special accessibility, please arrange for this in advance through your PPGNW contact. Handicap parking is available. The building has an elevator.

Parking: The parking lot is adequate only for PPGNW staff members, patients and short term visitors. Please park off site at all times.

 

BEACON HILL

El Centro de la Raza

2524 16th Ave S (btwn S Bayview & Lander); 329-9442

$10/hr; 15+ people $30 min, plus refundable deposit. Available anytime. Parking lot, playground, sports court. Mural Rm 40-60 capacity; Dining Rm 72-100; Basement Conference Rm 12; Day Rm 40-60 capacity

 

Columbia Library

4721 Rainier Ave S (btwn S Alaska & Angeline); 386-1908  No cost; capacity 99

 

Mount Baker Rowing Center

3800 Lake Washington Blvd S (btwn 45th & 46th Av S); 386-1913
Cost varies.    1 Room 20 capacity
 

New Freeway Hall

5018 Rainier Ave S (& S Hudson); Rental Manager 722-2453

$40-$250, plus refundable deposits

Open Mon-Sat 10AM-9PM. Reduced rates available for benefits & community meetings.

1 Large Room, fully equipped Kitchen, dance floor, A/C, 10-125 capacity

 

RAINIER VALLEY

New Holly Library

7058 32nd Ave S (north of S Myrtle St); 386-1905    No cost; capacity 50
 

RAINIER BEACH

Emerald City Outreach Ministries

7728 Rainier Av S (btwn S Holden & Chicago); Glenda McDonald/Helen

Ono 722-2052   glenda@ecomseattle.org             $35-$400/ 4 hours, plus deposit.

Available Mon-Sat 9AM-7PM. Limited parking. Sound system & AV equipment available at extra cost. Auditorium Upstairs, 400 capacity; Auditorium divided into 5 rooms, Room A 150 capacity, Room B-E 40 capacity each; 5 Classrooms/Meeting Rooms 25 capacity each; 2 Conference Rooms 18 capacity each; Computer Room 20 computers (total capacity 581)

 

Rainier Beach Library

9125 Rainier Ave S (& S Fisher Pl); 386-1906    No cost; capacity 99

 

WEST SEATTLE

 

West Seattle Library

2306 42nd Ave SW (btwn SW Admiral & College); 684-7444

No cost; capacity 24.

 

ArtsWest

4711 California Ave SW (& SW Alaska); Laurie Hastings 938-0963    laurieh@artswest.org

$10-$20/hr; theatre $175-$275 per 4hrs -- Reduced rates for schools & non-profits

3 hr free parking in lots behind building, 2 hr free street parking.

1 Rm 45'x18', sink, phone 60 capacity; 1 Rm 3/4 thrust Stage/Auditorium 149 seated; 1 Small Conference Rm 8 capacity

 

Camp Long Environmental Education Center

5200 35th Ave SW (& SW Dawson); Lynn Havsall 684-7434

Cost varies.  Priority to outdoor recreation/education groups.

Lodge Room fireplace, french windows, hardwood floors, tables, chairs, firewood provided, 72 capacity.

 

South Seattle Community College

6000 16th Ave SW (& SW Juneau); Bob Sullivan 768-6613 rsulliva@sccd.ctc.edu

Cost varies.    Parking available on-site.

Jerry M. Brockey Center & Rainier Room 50-350 capacity sit-down, 50-250 capacity buffet

 

Youngstown Cultural Arts Center

Call 206.935.2999 to set up a time to see the space at 4408 Delridge Way SW, Seattle, WA 98106
 

WESTWOOD/ WHITE CENTER/ FAUNTLEROY/ ARBOR HEIGHTS/ SOUTH PARK

Fauntleroy Church UCC

9260 California Ave SW (south-east of ferry terminal); Jackie Gould 932-5600 jackie@fauntleroyucc.org

$20-$200/event;  Non-profit groups only. 3 parking lots adjacent to the church. Fellowship Hall 200 capacity; Kitchen, Lounge 40 capacity; 4-5 Small Mtg Rms capacity 12-15. (total capacity 315)

 

 

Outside Seattle

King County Libraries

Many King County Libraries have free meeting places/rooms. You need to reserve in advance. http://www.kcls.org

 

Camp Burton on Vashon Island

http://www.campburton.com/facilities.htm

They can accommodate at least 175 people and they have a small beach as well as trails through the woods.

 

Camp Sealth, Vashon Island

http://www.campfire-usa.org/rentals/sealthrental.htm

Located on the southwest side of Vashon Island, just a 15 minute ferry ride from West Seattle, Tacoma or Southworth. Organized in cabin clusters, lodging and program space can be assigned to accommodate small or large groups. Main camp (excluding Wrangler) has heated overnight accommodations for 240, plus 225 in non-heated facilities. Rounds Hall, a large dining hall and meeting room, seats up to 400. Our newest unit, Wrangler, has overnight accommodations for 60. Guests provide their own bedding and toiletries for all Sealth facilities. To receive information about renting Camp Sealth, call 206 463 3174 ext. 21.

 

Shoreline Conference Center

http://www.shorelinecenter.com

 

Tukwila Community Center

http://www.ci.tukwila.wa.us/recreation/rentpack.pdf

 

Bakes Place at Providence Point

http://www.Bakesplace.org/

Owner Craig Baker is great to work with, and they have wonderful catering if desired. It is very nice space for up to a 100 or so. For day and evening gatherings (no overnight accommodations

 

The Palisades in Federal Way
http://www.seattlearchdiocese.org/Retreats/Palisades/Default.aspx

"It's a Catholic retreat center that also rents to non-profits (non-religious).I can't remember exactly how many rooms it had but I believe we were able to sleep 60. I believe you use their food service, which was quite good and plentiful. We could bring in drinks (even alcohol was allowed) and snacks for our events. There are several meeting rooms of various sizes. When we used it in Feb, it had only been re-opened for 2-3 months--the facility is brand new now and very nice. Each room is individual, with private baths. We were quite pleased and would use it again."

 

Harmony Hill Center

http://www.harmonyhill.org

(360) 898-2363

Harmony Hill is two hours from Seattle and about an hour from Olympia or the Bremerton ferry, on the south shore of Hood Canal, with a spectacular view of the Olympics and Hood Canal. We have overnight accommodations for up to 30, with a possibility for additional accommodations at a neighboring retreat center. We can handle groups of 50 - potentially more - for day use, depending on activity. Harmony Hill also has beautiful gardens, three outdoor labyrinths, walking trails and beach access.

 

Sleeping Lady Retreat, Leavenworth

http://www.sleepinglady.com

 

Goodenough Community's Sahale Retreat Center

http://www.goodenough.org/sahale.htm

"We have space for about 36 people (in the summer, there is camping for many more and a large meeting tent for up to 200). We are very flexible to meet your needs...we have great cooks, or you can cook for yourselves, have both individual and group sleeping rooms, a large hot tub, beautiful land for walks, etc. We also have skilled facilitators available for your use. We're about 1 1/2 hours away from Seattle near Hood Canal. Our office number is 206 323 4653."

 

Whidbey Institute/Chinook Learning Center

http://www.whidbeyinstitute.org

"Nestled on beautiful Whidbey Island with one hundred acres of evergreen forest and meadows, the Whidbey Institute's Chinook Center provides an ideal location for personal and organizational retreats, corporate or special events. Overnight accommodations include the Farmhouse, Granny's and four cabins near the woods accommodating 26 people, and a large camping meadow. Our meeting facilities include Thomas Berry Hall, for up to 175 participants; our dining room, which will accommodate up to 50; and the Bioregional room, for meetings up to 16. The Farmhouse and Granny's are also available for day meetings and will accommodate small groups of 10-20."

 

Cedar River Watershed Education Center

The Education Center has three spaces available for meetings, retreats, weddings, parties and other events. The Center’s beautiful setting, mountain views, and inspirational landscape make it an exceptional place for your organizations’ next planning session, community event or family get-together.

http://www.cedarriver.org/education/index.shtml

Dumas Bay Center, Federal Way

Since 1993, the City of Federal Way has owned and operated Dumas Bay Centre, a full-service conference and retreat facility. Dumas Bay Centre can accommodate a wide variety of events including conferences

http://dumasbaycentre.com

 

Snoqualmie Falls Forest Theater, Fall City

http://www.foresttheater.org

425-880-4469 or 425-222-7044.

From Dick Johnson: "A great place in warmer weather is the Many organizations enjoy their 95 acres of land surrounding the outdoor theater overlooking the falls set in a beautiful natural park with access to the Snoqualmie River, trails to the foot of the falls, etc. It's a great place for weddings too. They have a commercial kitchen, BBQ shelter, a large covered picnic shelter to help make your retreat a once in a lifetime event."

 

North Cascades Environmental Learning Center

https://www.ncascades.org/learning_center/conferences/index.html

Located three hours from Seattle in the peaceful setting of North Cascades National Park on the shores of Diablo Lake, North Cascades Environmental Learning Center offers a unique setting for a conference or retreat. It sleeps up to 50 people and has a classroom, two labs, a library, three lodges and a dining hall that serves fresh, local and delicious food. For more information contact North Cascades Institute at (360) 856-5700 ext. 209

 

Olympic Park Institute

http://www.naturebridge.org/olympic-park/conference-facilities

Meeting rooms and outdoor areas for seminars, retreats, weddings and other events with groups of 10 to 100

An outdoor campfire area and lakeside log shelter with a stone fireplace

Wireless internet access and audio-visual capabilities

Hearty, delicious meals

Overnight accommodations

Miles of lakefront park land and hiking trails

 

Green River Community College

12401 SE 320th St Auburn, WA 98092

253-333-6010

http://www.greenriver.edu/conference/

Located in a serene park-like setting, Green River provides a quiet and beautiful location for any event or meeting.

Opening its doors in 1971, GRCC has been host to weddings, receptions, seminars, conferences and special events.

Our professional staff is committed to personalizing your event to make it a memorable one and can offer sustainable planning services.

The Lindbloom Student Center offers a variety of meeting and banquet room spaces, from 200 to 9500 square feet, with on-site catering and media capabilities.

 

Thinkspace

Redmond

http://www.thinkspace.com

Thinkspace has four meeting rooms that allow you and your employees to meet with your clients in a professional atmosphere. We have rooms that have comfortable seating for four, eight, or up to 50 people. Each of our meeting rooms also has easy access to our kitchen facilities so coffee and tea are just a short walk away.

If your workspace is at your home or on the road, or your current space doesn’t have a large enough meeting place for your growing company, you can rent out our meeting rooms by the hour, ½ day, full day, evening, or weekend.

All of our meeting rooms are fully furnished, impeccably clean, have sophisticated communication tools, and are wired for Internet and WiFi access.

 

Islandwood

http://islandwood.org/conferences

(206) 855-4300

Our meeting facilities can accommodate an intimate group or a conference for 200 and feature sustainable building elements and state-of-the-art technology. Overnight accommodations include comfortable lodges, with ample sitting areas around central stone fireplaces to discuss the day's events. Guests will also enjoy five miles of trails and encounter a Bird Blind, Suspension Bridge, pond, marsh, estuary, and Tree House overlooking a bog.

Flexible Meeting Space - Approximately 7,000 square feet of sustainably-designed meeting space

* Great Hall with cathedral ceiling, fireplace, concert-quality accoustics - can seat up to 175 or 200 for a stand-up reception
* Bluebill Cove - our new large meeting space can accomodate up to 96
* Private Dining Room with forest views
* Friendship Circle - a fully wired, covered outdoor amphitheater with firepit
* Unique meeting and conference rooms
* Wireless internet access throughout campus
* Projectors and screens
* White boards

Comfortable Accommodations - All lodges are heated with an extensive radiant-heat system under the natural cork, cement, and reclaimed fir flooring. Solar-heated water is used in all faucets. Each lodge features a spacious log-beam great room complete with rustic artisan furniture, a soaring hand-hewn fireplace made from indigenous stone, and wireless internet service.

Four lodges feature 53 spacious guest rooms, each with private bath and organic linens. We offer Single, Double, Triple or Quad occupancy depending on your group needs

Stone Manor

 

This beautiful venue has stone, brick, tile and marble accents, large windows, a stage and spectacular dance floor area. Stone Manor is conveniently located off I-5 in Tukwila and is known for it’s contemporary setting coupled with old world charm. Plenty of complimentary parking and it can accommodate up to 150 guests. 

For more information call 206-524-4918 or email info@jewelhospitality.com

 

 

 

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Mosaic Coffee House

Posted by Andrew at Feb 14, 2011 03:06 PM
Mosaic Coffee House is absolutely awesome. They have a free den you can reserve. They're behind Dick's DriveIn on 45th in Wallingford, in the basement of the church there. Their website is MosaicCoffeeHouse.org.

Wallingford - Trophy's new party & meeting space!

Posted by Stephanie A at Aug 25, 2011 01:41 PM
Trophy Cupcakes & Party's new event space is Seattle's cutest party room! It's great for office meetings and socials, and we are currently offering a low weekday meeting price. What better place to host your meeting than at Trophy (and with cupcakes)?!

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