Close enough to the airport, without literally being in its backyard. Stunning views of Mt. Rainier, peaceful sleep, and a more tranquil pace allows you to enjoy a comfortable stay.
If business necessitates visiting either or both cities, convenience is key.
Continue to garner loyalty rewards with your preferred hotelier. With nearly all hotel properties having experienced internal and exterior renovations, and a few more new hotels in the pipeline, the transformation of the Auburn lodging landscape is complete with modern amenities, decor, and helps you travel and work with ease.
Lower room rates also translates to a better value. You won't be spending a fortune for your room, allowing for a fuller, richer experience. Practical budgets thrive here in Auburn.
We are fortunate to have two casinos Ironhorse Casino and Muckleshoot Casino, Muckleshoot Bingo Hall, parks, trauils, two premier golf courses, The Outlet Collection, Fieldhouse in 2020
In Auburn, we encourage you to #ChooseYourOwnAdventure. Whether you enjoy history, outdoor recreation, gaming, craft breweries, music, or an emerging culinary scene, Auburn has it all! Every year, the Auburn Adventure Film Festival based in Downtown Auburn brings filmgoers to see the latest and greatest in this film genre celebrating the many adventures to be had in the region.
Choose a VIP Winner's Circle Experience at Emerald Downs in which a race will be named in your honor, your group will get photographed with the winning horse and jockey. Or dream up a one-of-a kind race like Tri-Guard pest company, in which their employees wear over-sized T-Rex costumes that racked up 21 million views worldwide this past year!
The first Dave & Buster's in the state of Washington at The Outlet Collection has some exciting options from Midway games, an intensely competitive scavenger hunt, or a high-energy mad dash that teams must complete.
Auburn has a myriad of venues for large and small business meetings, corporate trainings, retreats, holiday parties, birthday celebrations, family reunions, class reunions, weddings, receptions, baby showers, bridal showers and more.
From banquet rooms with scenic views of Mt. Rainier at Emerald Downs, an intimate, charming venues such as Neely Mansion, Mary Olson Farm, or the Soos Creek Botanical Gardens. Muckleshoot Casino offers an expansive event space accommodates groups up to 300. A 5,000-square-foot ballroom and 3,000 square feet of meeting space are each divisible into two separate rooms. In 2020, a 20,000-square-foot event and conference center and 10,000 additional square feet of gaming space will be added onto the casino. A cultural center detailing the history and journey of the Muckleshoot Tribe will also make its debut.