Need lunch option with conferences and meetings held there. The food was great. The bartender was outstanding. ##################################################££££££££££££££££££££££££££££££££££££££**************
The room, staff and breakfast were all first rate. Even when calling the front desk, they addressed me by name and were very quick to take care of my needs cheerfully and quickly. There was a problem - my shower only had very hot water and they were able to reimburse part of my stay to my complete ...
This is a very nice Hotel, close to downtown CDA and many amenities. Aharis diner is next door, Albertsons, Starbucks and other stores are a short walk away. The staff were exceedingly friendly, courteous and helpful. Gym has a good array of weights and cardio equipment, Pool and spa were both clean. ...
Hotel was clean and well maintained, with the location conveniently placed in town.. however, when we went to check out, there were no staff at the desk and we couldnt wait any longer, so we left our key and boogied.
Clean comfortable room within walking distance of restaurants (Tomato Street was great Italian) and a nice pool.
Room was clean. Make sure to confirm about breakfast included and the restaurant- the restaurant is only open on the weekends so if you are there during the week there is no breakfast. They did give us a coupon for the place next door but we were there for 2 nights and only got breakfast next door once. It was closed the second morning. Plus is is limited to what you can get. All the reviews mention the great breakfast and restaurant - we were very disappointed to not experience the restaurant. I am not sure there was any staff, we only saw someone when we checked in. Location was a short walk into town which was nice. The room was clean.
Nice hotel Our room was right next to the road and was loud in the morn Besides that exellent
Coeur d'Alene is a small city in Idaho known for its camping, lakes, and skiing. Visitors to the city will find a number of different Coeur d'Alene hotels to meet their needs, as the city takes pride in accommodating all of its guests. Travelers looking for a luxurious stay should look to one of the casino resorts, as they have first class rooms and amenities. Budget travelers can also find hotels in Coeur d'Alene located away from these resort areas.
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Coeur d'Alene has a diverse set of restaurants, so guests can find whatever they desire. Cafe Carambola, Bent's Pitchamps Bar-B-Que, and Moon Time are three of the most popular restaurants in the city.
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There are no major sports teams in Coeur d'Alene, although the city does host a major Ironman Triathlon every year that brings in participants from all over the world.