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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.

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Outdoor Recreation

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.

Dining

European fine dining establishments like Le Coq Rouge and Cafe Vicino add a level of sophistication and culinary depth to Boise cuisine.

Major Point of Interest

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.

Shopping

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.

Sports

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.

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