Meet In Amarillo
Amarillo is exactly what you hope for – and totally not what you expect – all at the same time. Classic Texas. You expect the cowboy boots, the wide open spaces, and the honest, friendly faces. Take a closer look and you’ll also find state-of-the-art meeting facilities, breathtaking vistas at Palo Duro Canyon, and a vibrant arts scene that boasts more arts offerings per capita than any other US city.
Located along the iconic Route 66 at the crossroads of America, Amarillo is perfectly positioned to host your next meeting. With more than 6,500 hotel rooms and the Rick Husband Amarillo International Airport (serviced by American, Southwest, and United), Amarillo has the space, accessibility, and affordability to accommodate any group. Intrigued? Read on.
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Discover the perfect blend of versatility and charm in Amarillo, Texas, a premier destination for exceptional events. Scroll down to view the venues in Amarillo.
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**not all venues with meetings space are listed. More 360 tours of event venues coming soon.**
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Hello, my name is Amy Tarr and I am the Director of Sales for the Amarillo Convention and Visitors Bureau. I have 25 years of hospitality experience, my career started in restaurants and moved into the hotel industry while I was in College. I have worked in all aspects of hotels, from Catering to Operations and Sales. My journey in Hospitality has truly been one of learning from experiences, so this opportunity to serve Amarillo is a pleasure. Please reach out to me if you have any group or event plans to travel to the Amarillo area, I would love to assist in making your experience a memorable one.
Director of Client Services
Hi! My name is Stephanie Andrews. I was born in Baton Rouge, LA, and moved to Texas when I was young. I joined the Amarillo CVB team in April of 2013 and brought with me 18 years of hotel experience Southern hospitality. My role is to assist you and your group in making your Amarillo experiences a positive, productive one.
I was born in Amarillo and began working part time for the Convention and Visitor Bureau as the weekend clerk at the Visitor Information Center in May 2005. I was promoted to be the manager of the Visitor Information Center in April 2006, until July 2012 when I became Executive Assistant at the Amarillo CVB.