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Vibrant Modern Meeting Room
From $50/hr
Vibrant Modern Meeting Room
Tacoma, WA
The Meeting Room in Modern industrial coworking space with city views and vibrant furnishings. Our space features exposed brick walls and beams, high ceilings, concrete floors, and floor to ceiling window
From $450/hr
The Sam Allen Room in the Heart of Tacoma
Tacoma, WA
The Sam Allen Room can hold up to 40 guests and offers separation from our public restaurant with a gorgeous sliding door. It is great for private parties, meetings, business luncheons, large dinners and baby or bridal showers. This room offers panoramic windows with a beautiful view of the golf course. This secluded space that offers golf course views, perfect for meetings, showers, or private lunches or dinners. This room also has a mounted 60" TV with AV options. Year -Round (4 hours max) Monday through Thursday $300 Fr iday through Sunday $450 Any additional hours will be $75 per hour
From $300/hr
Light-filled production space in historic building
Tacoma, WA
We offer 1,000 - 4,000 square feet of production space available for video, film, photography and fine art uses. Located in the historic downtown Courthouse Square building, The Great Room has 10' windows & mid-century modern design. We rent the space as a blank canvas, and green room(s) are available for an additional daily fee.
From $600/hr
Kid Friendly Space for Your Special Occasion
Tacoma, WA
Book a party race to celebrate a birthday, for your special occasion or just for fun!

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the price range for Meeting spaces in Tacoma, WA?

The price differs based on the length of rental, but majorly 1-hour booking will be in the range of $50 to $600

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About Tacoma

Tacoma is made up of a population of creatives with artists, filmmakers, and musicians making up the vast demographic of the area. The 2010 census estimated that the city had a population of about 190,000 people but it has experienced massive growth since then. Downtown Tacoma, in particular, is a prime area for investments and in the past few years, it's been backed by projects amounting to $1 billion.

A mid-sized port city, Tacoma is filled with plenty of opportunities to keep the active person well-engaged. Residents spend their free time running through the city's scenic routes, cycling, or hiking. The city of Tacoma has equally graced international press headlines for both its food scene and headliner concerts.

The Mediterranean climate defines the area with pleasantly warm summers that are great for outdoor events. For a change of scenery that encourages you to tap into your creative side, consider booking a Tacoma meeting space for your next brainstorming session.

Meeting Options in Tacoma

Whether it's a corporate event aimed at taking stock, a brainstorming session for a startup, or a Tacoma meeting space for the regional charter of a certain movement; the location matters. Once you've secured a suitable meeting space in Tacoma, the next step is bringing together all the elements needed to maximize productivity.

  • Equipment Rentals
    Not every meeting happens in the boardroom, and some of the best brainstorming sessions take place in offsite locations. It's difficult to resist the plethora of outdoor meeting venues in Tacoma, particularly during the summer. For meetings that make use of such spaces, it's still possible to access the necessary audio/visual equipment from equipment rental stores in the city.

  • Transportation
    Any type of corporate function requires the company to oversee several aspects of the staff members’ welfare. For an out-of-town or simply offsite meeting, it's expected that the business will handle transportation arrangements. It guarantees that the attendees get where they need to be on time and won't run into the problem of navigating a new city.

  • Accommodation
    Taking employees out of town or sequestering them in a meeting venue overnight brings in the need for suitable accommodation. Regardless of the duration of the function, everyone should have a roof over their heads. The selections of hotels in Tacoma easily solve this problem with budget options available for both leisure and business travelers.

  • Catering
    Even the shortest offsite meeting that wraps up in a matter of minutes could do with a pick-me-up. Serving appropriate snacks and beverages gives everyone a much-deserved breather in between meeting sessions. Sandwiches with tea/coffee will do the trick but for something more elaborate or to feed participants for a multi-day event; it's wise to work with a Tacoma caterer.

  • Activities
    An out-of-town meeting should also serve as an opportunity to allow employees to rejuvenate. Make use of the spare time to schedule fun activities around the city of Tacoma. Consider visiting the Museum of Glass or simply taking a stroll at Point Defiance Park.

Meeting Companies in Tacoma

The old adage that "time is money" counts when organizing any corporate function. Even a meeting held for former sorority members should provide a worthwhile experience for everyone. That's why it doesn't hurt to work with the professional help of a Tacoma event company when organizing any type of function.

  • PJ Hummel & Company
    Combining creativity, experience, and logic has seen PJ Hummel & Company successfully put together a myriad of events. They emphasize designing a customized occasion to meet your expectations. They are a one-stop-shop when it comes to offering hybrid services and that includes project management.

  • Blue Wings Events
    When you hire Blue Wings Events to plan your event, then you are signing up to give your guests a memorable experience. The team of planners takes the time to know you, understand your needs, and come up with an occasion that reflects your vision. Whether it's a wedding, celebration of life, or a corporate event; Blue Wings Events has you covered.

  • Vangard Inc.
    If you have an upcoming gala, a milestone to celebrate, or a branded corporate affair; consider Vangard Inc. They are a planning business that prides itself on producing authentic experiences without straining your budget. Their packages are tailored to suit your specific needs and most importantly, take care of the burden of planning.

Pros and Cons of Meeting Spaces in Tacoma

The city of Tacoma is home to a culturally diverse and predominantly young population of people under the age of 30. It strikes the perfect balance between providing a high quality of life while still allowing residents to enjoy an affordable lifestyle. Certain aspects are worth having in mind when planning a meeting in Tacoma.

Advantages

  • The music scene
    Tacoma has a track record of hosting some of the biggest live music events. There's always something fun happening around town, and you can likewise incorporate these thrills into your meeting.

  • Beautiful outdoor spaces
    The city's gorgeous outdoor locations make it the perfect place to retreat to for a fresh perspective on things. Point Defiance Park stands out as its jewel, and it's comparable to New York City's Central Park in terms of amenities and size.

  • Efficient transport system
    Getting around Tacoma is quite efficient using public transport systems. The average commute time is 15 minutes, and that allows you to explore vast accommodation and Tacoma meeting venue options.

  • It's a city that's wired
    Tacoma is considered a tech city and it's well-connected. High-speed fiber-optic networks are accessible within the city and this is a huge plus for business meetings.

  • The city runs on hydroelectric power
    The city is powered by hydroelectric power and it's 97% carbon-free. Not only is it good for the environment but it's also flexible, reliable, and economical.

Disadvantages

  • Traffic can get pretty terrible
    Like anywhere else, rush hour snarl-ups in Tacoma can get pretty terrible. It's something worth having in mind through the process of selecting a meeting venue and accommodation for a multi-day function.

  • Unique smells
    The port offers some stunning views, but it's responsible for the area's unique smell. It's yet another aspect to have in mind when exploring Tacoma meeting venues in proximity to the pulp mills.

  • Snow shuts down the city
    Tacoma is blessed with mostly warm weather but on the off chance that it snows, the city shuts down. It's wise to consult the weather forecast and planning experts on the best time to schedule your function.

  • A high cost of living
    Compared to other major metros, the cost of living in Tacoma is significantly higher. It trickles down to just about every aspect of living in the city and holding a meeting here might cost more.

  • The crime rate is getting higher
    Some neighborhoods in Tacoma are progressively registering higher crime rates.

Famous Locations in Tacoma

  • Tacoma Nature Center
    The Tacoma Nature Center covers about 71 acres taken up by the Snake Lake, the Discovery Pond, and wetlands. It's a forested park that serves as the perfect grounds for outdoor fitness activities. There's also an interpretative center where displays of animals and ecosystems share more information about the preserve.

  • Tacoma Art Museum
    Located at 1701 Pacific Avenue, the Tacoma Art Museum dates back to 1935. The establishment relocated in 2003 to its present location. It houses over 4,500 works of art including the largest collection of Dale Chihuly glass art. Pieces by renowned artists like Degas and Renoir are also on display at the museum.

  • Mount Rainier National Park
    In 1899, Mount Rainier National Park started welcoming visitors. The park rests of 236,000 acres with the mountain itself serving as the highlight and standing as the nation's fifth-highest. Diverse ecosystems including alpine meadows and gigantic glaciers are also found within the cat. It's also home to mountain goats, bobcats, and cougars. Book a large lawn near Mount Rainier National park with ample space for 500 vehicles for an upcoming meeting in Tacoma.