MODERN HOTEL IN A HISTORIC AND SCENIC MOUNTAIN SETTING
Picturesque Silver Valley, lying at the foot of Idaho’s Bitterroot Mountains, is the home of the Wild West mining town of Historic Wallace, Idaho. The town’s rich and colorful history, fueled by plentiful deposits of gold and silver, is still on display in the Queen Anne buildings in the beautifully preserved downtown. Located just outside the central area, the Wallace Inn greets conferences, seminars, retreats and special events with mountain views and modern facilities.
The Wallace Inn offers four meeting rooms that can be arranged in a variety of configurations. The Gold Room is one of the two largest meeting space. It can accommodate 100 guests in a theater-style setting, 80 banquet-style and 50 in a classroom layout. The room can be divided in half for smaller groups or breakout space. The Silver Board Room provides an intimate, private setting for a corporate meeting or retreat of up to 12 guests.
Molly B’s is a semi-private dining room that holds up to 40 for a meeting or reception. Forested mountains provide the backdrop for the lawn and pool area that can host up to 100 guests for a barbeque or reception in the fresh air. On-site catering can provide anything from a continental breakfast to a dinner buffet depending on your group’s requirements. The Inn offers audiovisual support, and complimentary WiFi is available throughout the facility. Abundant free parking awaits any size group.
The Inn has 63 guest rooms and suites, providing the opportunity for multi-day conferences and giving participants the option of lingering a few days to enjoy the scenery and activities available in the area.
Wallace and the surrounding area offer a long list of year-round activities. Visitors can delve into the fascinating history of the town at a museum, a downtown walking tour or on an underground mine tour. Outdoor activities range from winter skiing and snowmobiling to summer hiking and biking. For a thrilling team building activity, groups may want to check out Silver Streak Ziplines.
Historic Wallace, Idaho, is located on I-90, midway between Spokane, Washington, and Missoula, Montana. Spokane International Airport and the Amtrak depot are an easy hour-and-a-half drive from Wallace while Coeur d’Alene is less than an hour away.