No matter how much money you have to spend on a hotel in the big city of Boise, you’ll find a room to make you and your wallet happy. The 64-square-mile city is comprised of 10 distinct neighborhoods, giving you the option of many different kinds of hotel options near any part of the city you wish to experience most.
As is common with most cities, downtown is the cultural center and hotspot for dining, nightlife, and shopping. With many popular attractions within easy reach, you’d expect to pay a lot for a room in downtown Boise. While you can certainly choose to dish out for a luxury hotel, there is no shortage of affordable lodgings in the area. Though the rates may vary widely, Boise is full of hotels that are highly rated by former guests.
Budget travelers – and sports fans – might choose to stay near Boise State University. Not only will you find comfortable accommodations that won’t break the bank, you’ll be surrounded by inexpensive dining venues, unique shopping opportunities, and you will also be near the Boise State Broncos Stadium and the Taco Bell Arena, where other BSU sports teams play.
Shoppers can pack their walking shoes and book a room in West Boise, where you can find the largest shopping mall in the state. The Boise Towne Square Mall is home to nearly 200 stores and restaurants. West Boise is the flattest part of town and has a wonderful view of the Boise Front, the mountainous area where running trails are found.
Need an accommodation near the airport? There are a handful of hotels that are very close that have all the amenities needed for those not staying where all the action is. They’re perfect for those in town for business who need to watch their pennies, since they are moderately priced.