Accomodations

Lodging & Accommodation in the Spokane Area 

The International Conference on Hate Studies is hosted every two years in Spokane, Washington.  

Spokane (pronounced "Spoh-CAN") sits on the east side of Washington state, along the beautiful Spokane River. The river runs along Gonzaga's campus and through the city, where Spokane Falls crests in the heart of downtown. As the largest metropolitan area between Seattle and Minneapolis (208,000 residents in the city and 688,000 people in the metropolitan area), Spokane is the financial, cultural and retail center of the Inland Northwest, anchored by a revitalized and vibrant urban downtown core. The city is home to premier dining and shopping, arts and entertainment, popular regional events, sports teams, historical landmarks and so much more. And it's all just a short walk from Gonzaga's campus.

Spokane offers many different hotels and lodging opportunities. In fact, many hotels offer special discounts for Gonzaga visitors!

In the following sections, you will find more information about Spokane, maps and directions to the Gonzaga Campus, and lodging recommendations for the area.