Opportunities to luxuriate abound in
the fun neighborhood called Kendall
Yards, home to unique shops, restaurants and art on the north bank of the
“Groups can enjoy a day at Spa Paradiso and then enjoy a wine tasting at Nectar Wine & Beer,” said Amy Cabe, director
of convention services at Visit Spokane.
“Afterwards, they can walk across the
street and enjoy a blind tasting at Wandering Table. There, they can choose the
price, then the James Beard Award-winning chef and his team will guide them
through an eight-course meal featuring
the best of the season.”
The newest way for groups to indulge and
refresh between meetings in Portland
is to visit Knot Springs, a wellness space
that opened in September 2016 just a few
blocks from the Oregon Convention Center.
“Journeying through their series of
mineral pools is peaceful and relaxing, and
offers great health benefits,” said Desiree
Everett, director of convention sales for
Travel Portland. “Small touches like Pend-
leton towels and handcrafted furniture give
the spa a lush and woodsy Pacific North-
At Multnomah Whiskey Library, which
is one of the most stylish event venues
in Portland, according to Everett, “brick
and leather touches throughout the space
evoke a sense of a grand Pacific North-
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