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Best Western Ashland House & Conference Center


Convenient Location for Business & Leisure Morton’s Best Western Hotel & Conference Center Has It all!


The Best Western Ashland House & Conference Center’s location just west of Peoria, off I-74, makes it convenient for many travelers.


When it comes to food, one meal a day is taken care of, thanks to their free full breakfast buffet, which includes hot items. For other meals, you can step into the on- site restaurant, Paddy O’Flaherty’s Irish Pub and Eatery.


With over 12,000 sq. ft., the hotel and staff can accommodate up to 400 people for a variety of events including meetings, seminars, exhibitions, reunions and weddings. Catering and other services are available to help you plan an enjoyable and successful event.


Contact


201 E. Ashland Ave. Morton, IL 61550 Phone: (309) 263-5116 Fax: (309) 266-1416


www.bestwestern.com/ ashlandhouseandconferencecenter


Quick Look


Number of Guest Rooms: 96 Number of Meeting Rooms: 4 Meeting Space: 10,000 sq. ft. Largest Room: 4,800 sq. ft. Banquet Capacity: 400 Restaurant/Lounge Continental Breakfast


Bureau County Metro Center


Bureau County Convention & Expo Center Boasting 50,000 Sq. Ft. of Recreational Space


The Bureau County Metro Center is a recreation center with a full-size gymnasium, 25-yard indoor swimming pool with a wading pool and observation balcony, racquetball courts, weight room; cardiovascular room, elevated running/walking track above the gym and locker rooms. A 40’ x 80’ multi-purpose room with an adjacent kitchen provides the perfect setting for conventions, expositions, meetings or wedding receptions.


Contact


837 Park Ave. W. Princeton, IL 61356 Phone: (815) 872-0840 Fax: (815) 872-6200


www.princetonparkdistrict.org Quick Look


Number of Meeting Rooms: 2 Meeting Space: 3,500 sq. ft. Largest Room: 3,200 sq. ft. Banquet Capacity: 200


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