This downtown highrise hotel is specifically situated to take advantage of Boise's burgeoning restaurant and retail district. The accommodations are darn impressive too.Price: Moderately Expensive
This 119-room hotel is smoke-free and offers standard amenities such as a business center and hotel lounge. A dining room is open for breakfast and dinner, and kids eat free. Room service is available from 6:30 a.m.-10:00 p.m.Price: Least Expensive
This Courtyard hotel is similar to most other Courtyard properties: two to three stories of rooms sprawled across a parking lot in the midst of a high traffic area (a family restaurant and fast food burger joint are neighbors).Price: Moderately Expensive
Located about 10 minutes beyond downtown Boise's heart and within walking distance of Boise State University, this Holiday Inn Express is a decent representative for hotel chain.Price: Moderately Expensive
This midrise Hampton Inn located in the center of downtown Boise is a relatively new addition to the local hotel market. Guests can expect typical Hampton Inn features and amenities including complimentary breakfasts, free local calls and hospitable service.Price: Moderately Expensive
For cost conscious athletic-minded travelers who don't mind staying outside downtown Boise's heart (about a 15-minute walk), Red Lion offers a clean and appealing accommodation with a surprisingly impressive hotel gym.
This is certainly an interesting accommodation. The Modern is a unique blend of part roadside inn and part funky/upscale hotel.Price: Moderately Expensive