5 Reasons to Bring Your Meetings & Events to Renton

Have you been asked to plan a post-COVID, in-person gathering? Renton facilities are ready to welcome you back with amenities and services that will put you at ease. Whether you need large convention space or an economical meeting hall, you’ll find it in Renton. Use the following list of some Renton rental spaces to begin the search for the best match for your event.


  1. Convenient location

All meeting spaces in Renton are just minutes from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport—a bonus for event planners and attendees alike. Convenience to other Renton attractions make these venues a favorite pick:

Renton Pavilion Event Center hosts events and the monthly Renton Night Market in the heart of downtown. Rain City Catering manages the city-owned facility, and there’s plenty of parking at the City Center Parking Garage across the street (10 hours of free parking through June 30!)

Hampton Inn & Suites is less than a mile from The Landing, a bustling destination for restaurants, wine bar, shopping and entertainment. Business meetings in the daytime transition to team building and fun in the evening.


  1. Meet in nature

Hyatt Regency Lake Washington has waterfront views and the largest event space in Renton—more than 60,000 square feet. Ballrooms, meeting rooms and several outdoor terraces showcase the surrounding scenery.

Maplewood Greens looks out on the Maplewood Golf Course. Groups up to 150 can gather on the outdoor patio to truly enjoy the scenery. The indoor ballroom can be divided into four smaller meeting spaces.

Renton Community Center is just steps from Cedar River Park and is a naturally photogenic location for weddings, parties and business meetings. Inside the center are two gymnasiums, three meeting rooms, a patio and a full service caterer’s kitchen.


  1. Flexible for smaller groups

St Andrews Masonic Hall in downtown Renton is available for rent Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Small weddings and retirement parties are a great fit for the facility’s main ballroom and kitchen.

Larkspur Landing hotel accommodates business meetings for up to 50 people. Seating arrangements are flexible and A/V equipment is included. Complimentary shuttle service to the airport and within 5 miles of the hotel.

Hilton Garden Inn has two meeting rooms and a patio for an outdoor break between sessions or after hours. Conveniently located off Interstate 405, the Hilton is an easy gathering place for visitors throughout the Puget Sound area.


  1. Banquets to ballfields to business meetings

Renton Technical College has a 350-person banquet room with a floor-to-ceiling window, plus various-sized meeting rooms across campus. RTC culinary students run the onsite catering program, offering a range of food options.

Renton School District facilities can accommodate sporting events, fundraisers, performances and more. Rental space includes high school swimming pools, Renton Memorial Stadium, Renton IKEA Performing Arts Center, gyms and auditoriums.

Triton Towers Three specializes in shared office space and offers four meeting rooms for rent. The building is one of three office towers on a 19-acre campus with open common areas and easy freeway access.


  1. Legendary venues

Kennydale Memorial Hall has a stage, kitchen and ample free parking in a wooded setting. No alcohol is allowed at the facility, which often hosts ballroom dance classes, angler meetings and birthday parties.

Musicians’ Hall is a landmark venue that once hosted grunge band Alice in Chains. The longtime downtown facility can accommodate 135 guests for dances, parties and concerts.

Once you’ve chosen a venue, help your guests start their story with these itineraries for experiencing Renton.