Spokane, Washington is a gorgeous city that’s both a great getaway destination as well as a place to stay as part of a longer trip. Whether you’re road tripping through the area on your way to another destination, or planning to explore the city, finding the right place to stay will no doubt be an important part of your trip. From luxurious downtown rooms to budget-friendly, apartment-style hotels, here are eight high-quality hotels in the city!
The Davenport Grand
The Davenport Grand is a sleek, modern hotel located in downtown Spokane. The hotel offers guests various options for on-site dining, including a cocktail bar, espresso bar, and restaurant. Other amenities offered by The Davenport Grand include a fitness center, room service, and bicycle rentals for those looking to explore the city.
Hampton Inn And Suites Spokane Downtown South
If you’re looking for a place to stay that’s both fairly budget friendly and offers all the most-loved amenities, consider Hampton Inn ad Suites Spokane Downtown South. This hotel offers guests a pool and hot tub, a sun terrace, and a fitness center. Located about a mile from Riverfront Park, Hampton Inn also features gorgeous views of downtown Spokane.
Riverfront Park Travel Apartments
Here’s a great option both for those planning a longer stay and those looking for roomier accommodations. Riverfront Park Travel Apartments offers guests accommodations in the form of 1-2 bedroom apartments, which include a full kitchen, washer and dryer, and private bathroom. While Riverfront Park doesn’t offer as many traditional hotel-style amenities such as a concierge service, it more than makes up for it with its spacious, clean rooms and budget-friendly prices.
Oxford Suites Downtown
Another great option for visitors looking to stay in downtown Spokane, Oxford Suites offers guests a wide variety of amenities. You can look forward to an indoor swimming pool, a fitness center, and an on-site mini market. For those traveling with pets, this hotel also welcomes furry friends.
Hotel Indigo is a gorgeous hotel that features classic, vintage-feeling decor. The hotel is within walking distance to downtown attractions such as the SkyRide and the Knitting Factory and offers guests amenities such as an on-site restaurant, Magnolia American Brasserie, and a fitness center. Like Oxford Suites, Hotel Indigo is also pet-friendly.
The Montvale Hotel
This beautiful downtown hotel is located in Spokane’s arts and entertainment district and within walking distance of attractions such as The Knitting Factory. The hotel features not one, but three on-site restaurants offering American, Italian, and Asian cuisine. Guests can also look forward to complimentary coffee and tea, available in the hotel’s atrium. Montvale Hotel is another great option for those looking for a pet-friendly hotel, as well.
The Historic Davenport
Part of the same hotel collection as The Davenport Grand, The Historic Davenport is a great option for those looking for an elegant, classic feel to their stay, as well as a variety of amenities. The hotel offers various options for on-site dining, including American dinner cuisine at the Peacock Room Lounge and seafood and steak at the Palm Court Grill. Guests can also look forward to relaxing at the hotel’s spa, which offers everything from massages to hair treatments, or lounging by the beautiful indoor pool.
The Centennial Hotel
This beautiful hotel is located near Riverfront Park. It offers guests a high-quality fitness center, an outdoor pool, and an on-site restaurant in the form of Atrium Cafe and Deli. Centennial Hotel Spokane is also within walking distance to SkyRide and Riverfront Park, and less than 10 minutes drive away from The Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture.
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