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Hotel and Venue Information

The Davenport Hotel will serve as both the venue and host hotel for the Northwest Archivists 2014 Conference. In order to receive the conference rate, you must make your reservations over the phone by calling (800) 899-1482 or (509) 455-8888. To learn more about the Davenport, click here

The Davenport is located in downtown Spokane within walking distance of Riverfront Park and several dining options.  There are a limited number of rooms that may be reserved at the conference rates listed below. Reservations must be made by April 30 to get the conference rate! 

Room type

Conference rate

Single and double occupancy

$119.00

Triple occupancy

$134.00

Quad occupancy

$149.00

Directions to the Davenport Hotel

Please note that the Davenport Hotel will provide transportation to and from the airport for a fee. Please call the Davenport for more information on rates and reservations at (800) 899-1482 or (509) 455-8888.

From Airport:
Head north on W Airport Dr.
Take ramp onto US-2 East
Merge onto I-90/US-2 East to Spokane
Take exit 280 toward Lincoln St.
Turn left onto S Walnut St.
Turn right onto 1st Ave
Turn left onto S Post St.
The Davenport is at 10 S Post St.

Driving from the west by I-90
Exit I-90 at exit 280 toward Lincoln St.
Turn left onto S Walnut St.
Turn right onto 1st Ave
Turn left onto S Post St.
The Davenport is at 10 S Post St.

Driving from the east by I-90
Exit I-90 at exit 280B for Lincoln St.
Take slight left onto S Lincoln St.
Take right onto 1st Ave
Take left onto S Post St.
The Davenport is at 10 S Post St.

Other Hotel Options include:

Red Lion River Inn
700 N. Division
(509) 326-5577

Oxford Suites Downtown
115 W North River Drive
(509) 353-9000

Holiday Inn Express
801 N. Division St.
(877) 859-5095

Red Lion Hotel at the Park
303 W. North River Drive
(509) 326-8000

Howard Johnson Spokane Downtown/ Arts District
123 S. Post Street
(509) 838-8504

Montvale Hotel
1005 W 1st Ave
(509) 747-1919

Doubletree by Hilton
322 North Spokane, Falls Court
(855) 277-4931

Spokane Travelodge at the Convention Center
33 W. Spokane Falls Blvd
(855) 296-5763

Please contact Colleen Needham (Communications Chair) with any questions. 

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