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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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The Coeur d'Alene Resort Convention Center is large and has the best amenities in the city. This convention center has hosted the American Council of Life Insurers National Convention in the past and even allows guests to charter a boat for their meetings.


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.

Major Point of Interest

The ROW Adventure Center takes guests out on tours of the entire area, with kayaking, hiking, and other variations being available. Visitors can check into their hotels Coeur d'Alene and then spend the day enjoying the wilderness.


The best shopping in town can be found at Silver Lake Mall. This mall houses major retailers like Sears, Macy's, and JC Penny.


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.


Resort City Inn Coeur d'Alene

Nice hotel Close to everything

Nice hotel Our room was right next to the road and was loud in the morn Besides that exellent

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2 months ago


Super 8 Coeur D Alene

Good location to everything

Place very quiet, close to everything we needed. Also served yummy breakfast every morning.

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3 months ago


Quality Inn & Suites

Nice hotel friendly staff

Great place to stay easy check in and checkout very friendly staff and very accommodating plus 24 hour pool my girls had a blast can't wait to stay again

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2 years ago


Blackwell Hotel

Quaint B&B in an old house with modern touches

We stayed in Room 5, on the third floor, which I think is the only room with separate (twin) beds. The bathroom is across the hall, but it is only for Room 5, the other rooms have their own bathrooms. There is a clawfoot tub, which might be great for a bath, but the circular shower curtain did not batch the outline of the tub so it was pretty tight inside the curtain while taking a shower. The toilet had a modern elongated bowl, but had an old-style round toilet seat that defeated the modern design. Being on the top floor, the room had a lot of slanted walls/ceilings due to the roof line, and the closet had a door about 4 feet high. The hotel is an old house which has creaky floors and even creakier stairs. There is no elevator, and the main floor is up about 12 steps, so this is not a place for those who can't manage stairs, although there are some rooms in a separate building that do not seem to have stairs. Even so, you will need to climb the stairs to get to the breakfast area and the other amenities in the main house. Breakfast was nice, hot egg frittata, sausages, and a whole lot of other options for a satisfying breakfast. You can eat inside or out. Staff were all very nice.

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8 months ago