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Find the ideal place for your next meeting, conference or convention, whether it's for a small or large group, in Leavenworth. Many hotels have conference centers in a variety of sizes and offer catering services as well. For more details on conference and retreat centers in this Bavarian-themed village, read this page. When making a reservation please be sure to remember to say you found them on gonorthwest.com.
The BEST WESTERN PLUS Icicle Inn offers 7200 square feet of versatile meeting space, outdoor event areas and full service in-house catering. Your guests will enjoy 107 recently updated hotel rooms and 34 one-, two- and three-bedroom condominiums. You will also find a resort day spa, fresh grill restaurant, and an activities center with miniature golf, arcade and Connections Café. Your attendees will love the scenic mountains and charming Bavarian Village. Choose the Icicle Village Resort to see increased attendance while you experience a stress-free and fun event.
Willkommen to the Enzian! We invite you to step into our lobby. One glance will confirm the unique personality of the Inn. The tall open-beam ceiling, stone fireplace, German antiques, grand piano, and the Old World elegance evoke a sense of wonder. Each morning you are greeted with a full hot buffet breakfast with Omelets made to order, hot entrees and meat dishes. Our on site bakery produces an array of fresh baked treats as well. Enjoy our alphorn concert twice daily at breakfast. A treasure chest of amenities such as indoor/outdoor pools & spas, exercise area, racquetball & basketball court, meeting space and more! WI-FI
The breathtaking beauty of Washington's Cascade Mountains, superb cuisine and accommodations in harmony with nature create a destination like no other. Located just two hours from Seattle and nestled into the forest on the banks of the Icicle River, Sleeping Lady offers inspiring outdoor venues, art and music, beautiful guest rooms and gathering places - the ideal backdrop for events, adventures and escapes.
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