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Thanks to a tranquil and intimate Perry, Iowa setting, Hotel Pattee guests can truly escape and enjoy an event free of distraction.


Create your one of a kind event at the Hotel Pattee with the assistance of our onsite Event Coordinator, events small and large.


To view our upcoming events, visit our Facebook Events Page.


Call the hotel at (515) 465-3511 for more information!


Spring Valley Ballroom


Here you get a sense of place. For many years townships were an important part of local government. Perry is located in Spring Valley Township for which this room is named. A mural of the history of Perry by Iowa artist Doug Shelton draws you to the east wall.

Dallas County Boardroom


Perry is the largest town in Dallas County, this private meeting room’s namesake. Landscapes by Iowa artist Robert McKibbin celebrate the land that, in addition to her people, is Dallas County’s greatest resource. Perhaps her most famous son is the legendary Cleveland Indians pitcher Bob Feller, born in Van Meter. 

Canisteo Meeting Room


Canisteo is one of the excellent soils that makes Iowa the home of some of the most fertile land in the world. Named for its point of origin in Steele County, Minnesota, this soil is found in the area around Perry. Rural landscapes by Ellen Wagener honor the land and the bounty it produces.

Nicollet Meeting Room


Nicollet is another of the soils for which Iowa is known. Named originally for its point of origin in Nicollet County in southern Minnesota, this soil, too, is found in Dallas County. A quilt by award winning quiltmaker and former Perry resident Betty Lez honors the land and those who work it.

Soumas Court


Named after George Soumas, Soumas Court is a gathering place to celebrate friends and family, enjoy live music, weddings and host events. 

Arthur "Oley" Olson Bowling Alley


When the Hotel Pattee opened in 1913, it offered the latest in fitness and recreation—a bowling alley. Roberta Ahmanson’s grandfather, Arthur “Oley” Olson, was a champion bowler in the 1920s and 1930s. The modern lanes in a 1913 setting honor both the original alleys and “Oley” Olson.

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