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Best Western Foothills Inn

Standard hotel for the price

Comfortable beds. Good location on the way to Craters of the Moon National Monument. No elevator. Small bathroom. But it served its purpose.

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10 months ago


Super 8 by Wyndham Boise

Nicely remodeled!

By far the nicest Super 8 I’ve stayed in thanks to it being newly remodeled!

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4 weeks ago


Mr. Sandman Inn & Suites

Great place to stay!

The room was comfortable and clean. The breakfast was really good. However, I would only book this hotel on a booking sight because the walk-in price is too high.

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4 months ago


Nampa Inn & Suites

Best part was the pool

When I arrived at the hotel there was two people smoking at the entrance...there is a sign clearly stating NO SMOKING. I had to politely ask them to not smoke near my van since I carry oxygen. Once entering the office I got my room keys and everything there was courteous and timely. We parked the van halfway down the front of the building since it was closest to our room. When I keyed into my was already booked with someone else...and they have been there a month! We went to the office together and cleared up the confusion...which in my opinion should have never happened...and I couldn't apologize enough to the lady of which I opened the door to her room. Once I was able to get into a room that was only occupied by me, I went to turn on the A/C there wasn't air or power for that matter coming from the unit...tried calling the office...apparently the phones don't I had to go back to the office to get told the switch in on the the bed...which for my room was by the couch. Once I got the A/C going and we were in our room...everything for the first night was fine but the hallway could be better lit. It was really dark in front of our room...there was loose wires by our door where a light fixture had once hung. Upon leaving I let a couple ladies know that the office chair needed was obviously not a long time...and the door handle on the bathroom was loose...needed tightened but a Phillips head screwdriver..if only I had one!

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10 months ago

Boise is one of those hidden gems that people vacation to and think ‘why don’t people come here more?’ After all, it is a laidback kind of city, but it certainly does not sacrifice on amazing things to do. With friendly people, a thriving arts scene, fascinating attractions, and unique cuisine, there is to explore in and around Boise.

Where to stay in Boise, Idaho

Once you know that you are traveling to Boise, you will no doubt be wondering which area to stay in. There are quite a few neighborhoods in Boise, each with their own character and charm. One of the most buzzing areas of the city is Downtown. Staying in a downtown Boise hotel will ensure that you will be near some of the city’s best attractions, including Boise Zoo and Boise Art Museum. You will also be within walking distance of a range of outstanding restaurants and bars.

In case you prefer staying in a busy neighborhood but away from all the main attractions, consider a North End Hotel. This area is very well known for its historic buildings, which are typically home to many charismatic restaurants and antique shops. It is also a place where Boise’s fans of outdoor sports gather.

Basque Block Hotels take advantage of being in a unique area of the city. The block is a community of almost 16,000 Basque immigrants. This population causes the area to have a distinct mix of colorful bars and restaurants, which is perfect for those wishing to experience a different side of Idaho’s cultural heritage. These hotels are also close by the Knitting Factory and the Boise State University.

If you want to stay out of the hustle and bustle, consider a Warm Springs Hotel. Located around the famous golf course, these hotels take advantage of open green spaces, while still being reachable from the city center. Boise’s East End or Southeast based hotels are very popular for those wishing to stay out of the city but still in need of easy access to the main attractions.

3, 4 and 5 star hotels in Boise, Idaho

Boise enjoys having three 4-star hotels within the city parameters. These are all rated highly and will provide amazing luxury for an unforgettable vacation. Should you be on a budget, opt for one of the 47 3 star hotels. The offer a great selection for budget travelers with prices starting from . With both chains and independents, some are so opulent that people think they deserve a higher star rating. They are in great locations, many with very easy access to the city center.

For the business traveler, there are 76 business hotels to make your pick. Some boast fantastic conference spaces and others enjoy lovely quiet spots to do some work. Furthermore, Boise has 65 pet-friendly hotels. So, if you are traveling with your pet, you won’t be at all short of choice! Lots of the hotels have easy access to the city’s highlights.

If you are after a quirky vacation in Boise, choose from one of the 4 boutique hotels within the city.

Hotels near Boise Airport

Boise airport is located three miles south of the city and is Idaho’s biggest airport by far, serving cities from all over the country. There are a handful of Boise Airport hotels very near the arrivals lounge. Some are dedicated airport hotels and some have easy access to the city.