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Budget hotels in Spokane
Econo Lodge Inn & Suites is a top-rated budget hotel with the garden views, that is situated within walking distance of golf courses, casinos and entertainment venues. For those who would like to see Riverfront Park, choose a hotel such as the affordable Ruby2 that is a 5-minute walk away from the city center.
Convenience of staying in the city center
Stores and boutiques are popular shopping places in the city center in close vicinity of The Davenport Grand, Autograph Collection. The Historic Davenport, Autograph Collection is a 5-minute walk from the hustle and bustle of the city center and offers 4-star accommodation. To stay in Downtown Spokane district, book a room in Holiday Inn Express Spokane Downtown near Paradise Fibers.
For proximity to Spokane Public Library, book a room at Montvale Hotel. To be close to a cathedral and a theatre, stay at Spokane Club Inn, which is also located near Moore-Turner Heritage Gardens.
Luxury and boutique accommodation
Doubletree By Hilton Spokane City Center is a top-rated luxury hotel in Downtown Spokane district offering views of the river as well as an outdoor swimming pool, a sauna and a Jacuzzi. Hotels including Wingate By Wyndham Spokane Airport and Hampton Inn Spokane offer high-end facilities and access to an indoor swimming pool, a golf course and a Jacuzzi. The 3-star Fairfield Inn & Suites Spokane Downtown is an excellent chain hotel featuring a sauna, an indoor swimming pool and a Jacuzzi.
Apartments, B&Bs and others
If you're looking for a homey place to stay, consider Trestle Creek, located beside Mobius Science Center. Business travelers may consider a hotel in Downtown Spokane district, such as the 3-star Red Lion River Inn or Ramada Spokane. For travelers who enjoy billiards and golf, Quality Inn Downtown 4Th Avenue near Spokane Falls is a great choice.
Spokane is known as the "Lilac City".
It is more than nickname, but reality in Spokane. The city blooms with beautiful flowers blooming throughout the area during the warm summer months. Unlike its rainy sister city Seattle, Spokane is recognized worldwide by its dry summers and blossoming springs.
It makes Spokane dominated by the seasons. Even though in winter blossoming flowers change for snowfalls, Spokane is visited year round. Booked.net can organize your trip to Spokane easily. From cheap hotels in Spokane to luxury all are available at Booked.net. Our listings include maps, photos and secure forms to book your stay.
Your experience of Spokane will be different whether you are going to the city in winter or summer. Either way, Spokane will keep you busy with its outdoor activities whenever you stay within the city. You can take the opportunity to enjoy skiing and snowmobiling in winter to water skiing, rafting, fishing, camping, and boating in warm months.
Other attractions include;
- Riverfront Park, a beautifully maintained green area therefore was the host of the 1974 World's Fair
- Monroe Street Bridge, the largest arch bridge in the United States of America
- The Knitting Factory, a premier concert house in the Northwest
- Broadview Dairy Museum, a landmark in Spokane since the 1920's, but only recently has been opened to the public
- Manito Park, a home to geese and ducks and a perfect green area to walk around
It is difficult to believe this green gem was once a hotbed for heavy industry. Actually, the railroad industry prevented Spokane from becoming broken down in recent times, but the city has latterly abandoned this business for computer technologies. The change reshaped the industrial face of Spokane towards an eco-friendly destination focused on tourism.
Its lush green surroundings maintain tourists' interest year round, but visitors regarding the present of Spokane cannot ignore its past. The history of Spokane revolves around its adherence to true American culture. From the start it attracted Native American tribes with salmon in the nearby waters and in the 20th century the population doubled fueled by job opportunities in the railroad industry. By the turn of the century the number of residents would triple reaching more than 100,000 people. With the host of the 74 World's Fair being affected by the decline of the railroad industry it reinvented itself as a city for an environmentally conscious lifestyle.
Thus, if urban noise makes you tired, you will find an escape in a Spokane hotel available at Booked.net.