Salem Convention Center
200 Commercial St Se Salem, OR 503-589-1700
About Salem Convention Center
The Salem Convention Center is like no other meeting facility or convention center in the Willamette Valley region of Oregon. It is the result of a strong commitment to create a center of extraordinary quality from the flowing integration of the conference center and hotel, to the combination of classic appointments and forward-looking technology. In all, 14 different rooms totaling 29,400 square feet can be configured for any combination of convention, theatre, banquet space, trade show space, or classroom activity. The Salem Convention Center was designed and constructed with the intent of conforming to the standards of LEED certification. Transition from productivity to relaxing reward in Salem Oregon's most refined hotel, the Phoenix Grand Hotel. Your guest room or suite at the Phoenix Grand Hotel, located downtown adjoining the Salem Convention Center, will feature a classically appointed living area with leather loveseat and coffee table, thoughtfully placed tables and lamps and a credenza-housed entertainment center. The work area includes a generous desk and executive chair, dual data ports, complimentary hi-speed wireless internet. If your break-away project requires printing, copying or other services, the 24-hour business center will handle it for you. To unwind, visitors can choose fine dining, a relaxing glass of premier wine in the Lounge, the indoor pool and spa, or the fitness center. At every turn, you'll find uniformly friendly and professional service from staff at every level at the Phoenix Grand Hotel in Salem Oregon.
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Croisan Creek Room
Pringle Creek Room
Santiam River Room
Santiam Rooms 1/6
Santiam Rooms 2-5
Willamette River Room
Willamette Room B/C
Willamette Room A/D

Conference Center Gives Back, An Eventective User from Salem, OR

A few days after Hurricane Katrina I got the idea to hold a quilt-a-thon in my community in order to send a little love to our fellow Americans in the south. It would be a huge endeavor requiring a large space. But where? When I approached Salem Conference Center they barely hesitated before agreeing to donate an entire weekend for the event. For three full days a few weeks later over 200 people gathered to work together on this huge community project. The Conference Center graciously provided for all of our electrical needs in a giant room. The sewing machines, cutting tables and irons were set up and we went to work. In the end over a hundred quilts were transported to Louisiana and Mississippi and the folks of Salem, Oregon felt like they had sent a little comfort to their neighbors in the south. Had it not been for Salem Conference Center's amazing generosity the project never could have been accomplished.