Meet in Vancouver, WA
Welcome to Vancouver USA: an ideal setting for meetings and conferences in the beautiful Pacific Northwest!
Our region offers an array of meeting spaces, lodging, and activities for delegates. Our hotel properties vary in size, from a 30,000-square-foot convention center hotel to a Northwest inspired Mountain Lodge with space for 400. We have meeting facilities to cater to every size group and hotels to host all of your delegates. Visit Vancouver USA also oversees the Vancouver USA Sports which is solely dedicated to the sports event market.
Vancouver USA is easy to get to and offers the best of the Northwest lifestyle: a walkable and friendly city with fresh air, lush landscapes, and river views combined with the amenities of a major metropolitan center. Vancouver offers first-rate entertainment, shopping, golf, and cuisine. As one of the oldest cities in the state of Washington, we also have incredible unique historic attractions in our destination.
With so many details to plan and organize a successful meeting, it’s comforting to know that the staff at Visit Vancouver USA is experienced and eager to assist meeting professionals in achieving their goals with an unforgettable meeting or conference. Let us customize a bid presentation or proposal to share with you and your site selection team. One call does it all!
Clark County is currently in Phase 2 of the Safe Start Washington reopening plan. This document outlines requirements for all convention centers and meeting spaces in the state during Phase 2 and 3.
A few requirements to note:
- Indoor capacity in each room or separate building is limited to 30% capacity (per fire marshal code) or 200 people, whichever is less, as long as six feet of physical distance can be maintained by all attendees. This excludes venue staff.
- Any food service provided to attendees shall be self‐contained, pre-plated, grab‐and‐go meals/snacks to limit contact.
- At least one COVID-19 Program Supervisor shall be present during every event to ensure masking and social distancing practices are enforced and practices by all event attendees.
For more information about what is open and what is not, visit our COVID-19 resources page that is updated regularly.