Boise Idaho Best Western Hotel
The Hampton Inn at Boise Airport welcomes two pets up to 40 lbs. Close to Boise International Airport, it is pet friendly with a pet parking lot and close to its parking garage. In Close, the Hampton Hotel Boise, with an additional fee of $20 per night, welcomes two pets under 40 lb.
The SpringHill Suites Marriott Boise Parkcenter offers two pets of all sizes for an additional fee of $50 per pet per stay. It can accommodate up to two pets and its garage is pet friendly with a pet parking lot and close to the multi-storey car parks. The Hilton Boise City Center, located just off Boise International Airport, accommodates two dogs and cats under 40 lbs, as well as two cats. With an extra charge of $20 per night, three pets under 20 lbs and two pets under 10 lbs are welcome.
It allows up to two dogs under 40 lbs and two cats under 10 lbs for an additional fee of $50 per pet per stay.
The Best Western Northwest Lodge welcomes two dogs of any size for an additional fee of $20 per dog per night. The Red Lion Hotel in Boise Downtown welcomes up to two pets of all sizes for an additional $50 per pet per day or $100 per week for a total of three nights.
This unique bed and breakfast is owned by a Boise native who can teach you everything about the city. It has one of the best meeting rooms in Boise, has a few restaurants inside and out and is accessible by bike in downtown Boise. The Grove Hotel is more centrally located than any other hotel in Boise, but there is nothing better than being a few minutes by bike from downtown Idaho. The proximity to downtown's green belt makes it a popular choice for leisure trips to Boise, and the seasonal riverfront courtyard dining attracts hotel guests and locals alike. This will be a good place to stay, there are few hotels in the area with fewer amenities and fewer restaurants inside or outside.
Whether you prefer a Boise hotel or a bed and breakfast, there are plenty of accommodations in Idaho. Whether you're visiting Boise for a weekend getaway or exploring a neighborhood in search of your new home, these area hotels deliver every day of the month you visit. Boise offers a fantastic vacation for everyone, no matter what your passion is, whether you are visiting for a day or for months. When we looked at hotels for Boise, Idaho, Residence Inn was the best hotel we could find for a longer stay in Idaho.
This hotel was once a Travelodge, but has been renovated to make it a great place to stay for a longer period. The Grove Hotel is one of the most exciting things that has happened in Boise since it opened. Since the Hampton Inn was built, it has been a real destination for many of the most popular hotels and restaurants in Boise, as well as for the local business community.
The Sawtooth Mountains, located about 80 miles northeast of Boise, are home to some of the most beautiful landscapes in the western United States. The small towns of Challis and Mackay are battered by the wind and the state capital rattles away in a split second.
Boise's frontal fault is delimited and separated by the Sawtooth Mountains, the largest mountain range in the USA west of the Rocky Mountains.
The Boise Town Square Mall is the largest shopping mall in the state of Idaho and is home to some of the most popular restaurants, bars, shops and restaurants in Idaho. The popular choice is for families visiting Boise State University students and business travelers looking for convenience in a central location. Other popular shopping centers in Boise, Idaho's largest city, include Boise Town Center Mall, a mall with more than 1,000 shops, restaurants and hotels, and Boise International Airport.
Located in downtown Boise, Hampton Inn & Suites is within walking distance of Hyatt Place and many area attractions. Many popular restaurants, bars and hotels in the city center as well as Boise International Airport are within walking distance. Just a few blocks from downtown Boise, you can walk down Main Street, across the street from the airport and a short walk from downtown shopping and dining.
The Inn at 500 Capitol is a Four Diamond hotel and is also within walking distance of everything Downtown Boise has a lot to offer. This hotel offers one of the best views in the entire state of Idaho and is not a bad place to stay.
The Inn at 500 Capitol is located in the heart of the Boise Cultural District and you can admire the Boise River, the Idaho State Capitol and many other historic buildings. Nampa is also located in the Northwest, but you will be welcomed to the Inn, which is located just blocks from the University of Idaho campus and offers great views of the state Capitol.