Where to stay in Spokane: Best areas for travelers
- Riverside: This neighborhood is well-known for its terrific attractions like Riverfront Park. Take in the sights before enjoying a comfy night in at The Davenport Lusso, Autograph Collection, The Historic Davenport, Autograph Collection or The Davenport Tower, Autograph Collection.
- Downtown Spokane: Wake up at The Davenport Lusso, Autograph Collection and then head straight to Riverfront Park. This popular attraction is just one reason so many travelers spend their vacation in this neighborhood. The Historic Davenport, Autograph Collection and The Davenport Tower, Autograph Collection are other terrific places to get some shut-eye here.
- Spokane Valley: If you're the kind of explorer whose social media pages are filled with nature photos, this area might catch your eye. Book a room at the HomeTowne Studios - Spokane Valley, the Comfort Inn & Suites or the Oxford Suites Spokane Valley. That way, you'll be within easy reach of Mirabeau Meadows Park — and there early to snap some impressive pics!
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Ready to venture into one of the American West’s first fur trading outposts? Spokane is a picturesque city in Eastern Washington, cut in two by the Spokane River and draped with tall pine trees. The city has grown from a remote settlement along the river into one of the biggest in the state. Spokane vacation packages are waiting to be booked so you’ll have a proper Washington getaway.
After you get settled into your hotel , start your Spokane vacation by checking out what the city has to offer. Pay a visit to the Smithsonian-associated Museum of Arts and Culture (MAC). When you’re done with your history lesson, stretch your legs with a peaceful walk through the John A. Finch Arboretum and admire the diverse species of trees that occupy the woods lining the trail. Avian aficionados, rejoice—it’s an excellent location for birdwatching. End with a show at the historic Bing Crosby Theater, named after the late entertainer who grew up in the city.
Festivals and Events
To get a feeling of the Far East without leaving the country, plan your trip around the Chinese Lantern Festival, held from the end of September to the beginning of November in downtown’s Riverfront Park. Its non-stop festivities include Chinese dance performances, acrobatics, and Kung Fu tea pouring. It’s all topped off with traditional food dishes from the Guangdong, Shandong, and Beijing regions. If you’re looking for something with more local flair, rent a car in Spokane and drive the 33 miles east to Coeur d’Alene for the North Idaho Fair & Rodeo, held every August. You’re worried about the world on your shoulders? Just wait until you see the bucking broncos trying to get those pesky cowboys off theirs.
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