The room was fine with two minor exceptions...First the TV didn't work, it wasn't plugged in. Easily fixed once one realized the cord wasn't connected. Second, the toilet bowl would not empty...numerous flushes and some paper, etc would remain in bowl. Other than that the room was comfortable, and ...
Boise is a great place to have and do business because the downtown area is 15-min from the airport and pretty much any place you’re going to want to go is 15-minutes away too. And this Hotel is right in the thick of things, close to nice restaurants (a 2-min walk away), next to a movie theater complex ...
History is preserved and progress is celebrated in Idaho's state capital. Boise is equally stunning for its scenic views and timeless architecture as it is for its culinary and artistic explosion. In the winter, Bogus Basin Ski Resort offers the best in winter sporting and family fun, while warmer weather beckons naturalists and adventurers to the riverfront for hiking and water activities. Hotels in Boise include romantic luxury suites, historic bed and breakfasts, and economical family and business accommodations.
Families staying at Boise hotels should devote a day to the Boise River Greenbelt, which offers over twenty-five miles of hiking, rafting, skating, and biking with parks, a nature center, and a zoo along the way.
European fine dining establishments like Le Coq Rouge and Cafe Vicino add a level of sophistication and culinary depth to Boise cuisine.
The eerie and historic Old Idaho Penitentiary operated from 1872 until 1973, imprisoning some of the West's most dark and devious minds. Today, the prison offers guided tours, documentaries, weapons displays, and tales of brutality, scandal, bold escapes, and executions.
For a relaxing shopping experience combined with sightseeing, guests at hotels in Boise should visit North End. The neighborhood includes a myriad of unique specialty shops nestled into the area's artistic epicenter and set against a mountain backdrop.
College football fans will want to book a Boise hotel near Bronco Stadium at Boise State University, where the Boise State Broncos combine passion and sheer power in their quest for dominance.
Comfortable beds. Good location on the way to Craters of the Moon National Monument. No elevator. Small bathroom. But it served its purpose.
Decent enough for the money....good bed......wanted a hot bath but the water wouldn't get hot.....but compfy enough for a night
The bed is a little hard but for the price. Total win. The breakfast is decent. Clean rooms. Within a cab ride of downtown fun. It’s our go to for an inexpensive night out in Boise.
Room was clean and perfect! Stuff was great and friendly even let us check in 45 minutes early! I will be going back soon