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Meeting Facilities

Whether you need to find a reunion site for only 20 people or a place to host a huge national convention for thousands, Spartanburg has got an event facility that can accommodate your exact needs.

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With more than 400,000 square feet of meeting space and over 3,500 hotel rooms, we can make the planning of your next meeting or event as easy as one-two-three by helping you locate meeting spaces, check schedules and availability, schedule site visits, coordinate accommodations, and plan off-site activities.

If you’d rather start the planning process on your own, we understand that, too. Here’s a list of meeting facilities to get you started.

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Mary Black Foundation Conference Center

Located in the lower level of the Mary Black Foundation building, the Conference Center is designed to accommodate meetings by nonprofit organizations; it contains several rooms of varying sizes.

Mayfair Art Studios

Mayfair Art Studios, a division of Chapman Cultural Center, is a dynamic arts facility just minutes away from Spartanburg’s Westside and easily accessible via I-85 and I-26. The two-story facility has a variety of large and small spaces that can be customized to your needs. Upstairs you will find 7 sound treated rooms ranging from 80 to 480+ square feet perfect for everything from corporate meetings to private socials. Downstairs, the large common area and two 1,000 square foot dance studios can be repurposed for corporate luncheons, breathtaking receptions, and more. Private Parking, restroom access, high-speed internet, and additional tech amenities are included.

Spartanburg Marriott

Located in Downtown Spartanburg, this hotel is an easy walk from local restaurants and activities. Plus, the hotel has ample space to host all your event and meeting needs. Check out Renaissance Park, a beautiful green landscape adjacent to our hotel, and Barnet Park for outdoor concerts and local events.

Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium

Christened the ‘Showplace of the South’ in 1951, Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium is one of the finest theaters in the country, with seating capacity of 3244 and one of the largest stages in the southeast.