Boise has a rich tradition of cowboys and frontiersmen, but don’t let their rustic roots fool you. It is a thriving metropolitan city that offers the business and leisure traveler alike world-class amenities. Make a reservation at the historic Owyhee Plaza Hotel
located in downtown and you will not be let down. While staying here you should check out their in-house bar called, The Gamekeeper Lounge where you can soak up some live jazz and sip on a classic cocktail. You may be in town for a meeting or to see a concert at the Qwest Arena
in Downtown Boise. In this case you should investigate The Grove Hotel
, because not only is it connected to the arena it is the premiere affordable luxury hotel in the Downtown area. Additionally, the Modern Hotel
offers boutique lodging, convenience to Qwest Arena, and a 24-hour business center. For a downtown hotel friendly to the whole family, check out the Shilo Inn Riverside
. Offering more than the typical chain hotel, you’ll have great views of the city, the Boise Greenbelt Pathway, and children under 12 stay free with an adult.
On the other hand, if outdoor recreation is the reason for your stay you should check out the hotels in Southeast Boise near the Boise River. The Anniversary Inn
, for example has 41 unique luxury suites designed around a specific theme and it is steps away from the Boise River. After you’ve spent the day by the river, explore the Swiss Family Robinson room where the bed is in a tree and you’ll forget you were ever outside. In addition, you should check out the Doubletree Club Boise
hotel for a stay with modern conveniences and distinctly Boise charm. Nestled near the Boise River in the shadow of the Boise foothills the Doubletree Club Boise hotel is conveniently located near the airport, Boise State University
, and the Idaho State Capitol building.
500 North Main Street
Luxury in the mountains of Idaho... read more
614 N 5th St.
Easily accessible to all areas of downtown Boise, whether you're here for business, Bronco football, or Christmas with the relatives, Boise Guest House offers a homey environment to make your stay comfortable. Each room has a small kitchenette with a coffeemaker stocked with gourmet coffee. No generic motel coffee here. And manager, Eve-Marie Bergren, is so accommodating, she'll make sure you have everything you need, including a lovely breakfast from nearby Cafe de Paris... read more
1070 W Grove St
The Safari Inn in downtown Boise is the hotel of choice for our out of town family members. It's not too expensive, the rooms are bright and modern, and it's central to everything in the city. The staff is friendly and accommodating, and you get warm chocolate chip cookies every evening. What else do you need?... read more
1314 W Grove Street
The Modern Hotel in Boise's Linen District is a boutique hotel that will take you back to mid-century. Once a Travel Lodge Motel, the building had suffered from neglect and a bad location through the end of the 20th century. But thanks to urban renewal and an invigorating new attitude from the community, the Linen District has been revitalized, and the Modern Hotel has emerged as the hip hotel in Boise... read more
1 Sun Valley Rd
7499 W. Overland Rd
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2389 W Boise Ave
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1411 West Franklin Street