The Grand International of Minot features 17,000 square feet of meeting facilities for up to 950 conference attendees. Whatever your meeting size and needs, the Grand International offers an array of meeting space to accommodate your group. We are the largest hotel in Minot, allowing you to host all of your conference attendees under one roof. With service second to none paired with exquisite cuisine, our qualified Sales Team is dedicated to making your event as easy as possible giving unparallel attention to every detail. The consistency of utilizing one contact person allows your event to be handled smoothly and efficiently, ensuring your event is memorable.
Grand International, making magic happen
one event at a time!
The Convention Center is our largest hall. Boasting over 6500 square feet, it can host events up to 550 people for a banquet, 750 people theater style, and 400 people classroom style. The Convention Center also breaks down into a spacious three sections. The state-of-the-art technology features four ceiling mounted Screens and LCD Projectors.
The Grand Ballroom is our newest hall. Adourned with a contemporary look, it brings a warm feel to each event that is hosted within its walls. The Grand Ballroom has over 5000 square feet, hosting events up to 300 people for a banquet, 500 people theater style, and 250 people classroom style. The Grand Ballroom was built in mind for technology, featuring four ceiling mounted Screens and LCD Projectors.
The Candelite Room and Lower Banquet Center enhance our two main halls. The Candelite Room and Lower Banquet Center are the perfect places to host board meetings or breakouts. The Candelite Room, breaking down into two rooms, has over 2400 square feet of space and with portable technology, this room mirrors the two largest halls. The Lower Banquet Center is very unique, as it can be subdivided into two or three rooms, depending on your number of attendees. The Lower Banquet Center has over 1900 square feet and can be set for small groups of five to twenty people in its smallest setting or a group of 100, in its largest. Again, with portable technology the Lower Banquet Center mirrors the two largest halls.