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Downtown Boise Hotel Guide\n

You hear it in your dreams: the soft whisper of the breeze through the dense leaves of trees. You imagine yourself roaming a misty forest, listening to the chattering of squirrels and the soft, mournful calls of birds. Open your eyes, traveler: you’re here. Not in some fantasy woodland conjured up by an aspiring novelist, nor the lost territory of some lost king in an unnamed European nation. No, friend, you’ve come to perhaps the last place you expected: Idaho.

Here’s a secret few know: Boise, its capital, is known as the “City of Trees.” And why not? This remarkable locale seems draped in greenery, a veritable city within a forest. But it’s not all outdoor adventure and dreams of knightly tasks, though those things are certainly options. You’ll find a wealth of modern amenities and activities set within the verdant beauty of the woods when you book one of our downtown Boise hotels.

Of course, we don’t expect you to roam about a new place without learning a bit about it first. What is there to know about Boise, besides the status of its marvelous foliage? Read on and find out.

What are some places to eat in downtown Boise?

You’ll find plenty to tickle your culinary senses in the downtown area. If it’s polished silverware and an elegant sit-down experience you’re after, explore the offerings at Brickyard Steakhouse or The Melting Pot, on Main and Sixth Streets, respectively. Those searching for the perfect glass of wine would be well-served at Snake River Winery on Broad Street. Coffeehouses and bakeries are well-represented; walk along Main Street and you’ll find delightful offerings at Alia’s Coffeehouse, Goldy’s Corner, and Guru Donuts (a word of advice, traveler: try the lavender white chocolate. It is simply divine).

There are a multitude of other eateries to help you find exactly the snack or meal you require in your time of need. Seafood, pizza, and plenty of cultural specialties are scattered throughout the city center. Our Boise downtown hotels are located near several of them, including The Grove Hotel, which is only a couple of blocks from Main Street.

What is there to do in Boise, Idaho at night?

While much of Boise’s identity is tied to its nearby forest, there’s also a healthy dose of revelry to be had when the sun sets. Resume your adventure in the downtown area, relishing the bouncing nightlife. Relax in The Red Feather Lounge with a craft cocktail or dance at until the sun comes up at The Balcony Club. If a flight of beer is more your style, you’ll find a number of breweries like Edge Brewing Company or Cloud 9 Brewery, with its organic beers. Or simply savor a few of your favorite craft brews on tap at Bittercreek Alehouse and the dog-friendly Pre Funk Beer Bar. Nothing tops off a day of hiking better than a cold one and some pub grub.

When it comes time to sally forth from your everyday life, trust Travelocity to help you reach the City of Trees in good order, and with minimal expense. Seek out downtown Boise rentals, such as the Red Lion Hotel Boise Downtowner, and reserve a room that will keep you in the center of everything. Enjoy the city life, friend, but don’t forget to wander through the forest.

Downtown Boise, Boise Hotel & Travel Guide

Idaho State Capitol Building, Boise State University and Taco Bell Arena are some of the worthwhile attractions you'll be able to visit in Boise.

Idaho State Capitol Building and Boise State University are two of Boise's fascinating attractions, which are located in and around Downtown Boise.

If visiting Idaho State Capitol Building is right at the top of your sightseeing schedule, why not book somewhere to stay close by? There are an excellent range of lodging options to pick from, such as the Boise Guest House, the Hyatt Place Boise/Downtown, The Grove Hotel, the Hotel 43 and the Safari Inn Downtown.

Got a little extra time to spare while you're in Downtown Boise? Woodland Empire Ale Craft is well worth adding to your vacation to-do list.The Cabana Inn, the Fowler and the Residence Inn by Marriott Boise Downtown City Center are some comfortable hotel options in close proximity to this popular attraction. If these options aren't suitable, we also recommend the Hotel 43 or the Christina's Cozy Bench Bungalow Apartment 3.After more to keep you busy? Rhodes Skate Park is sure to fascinate visitors of all ages and stages.Book a few nights at the Sweet Retreat Apartment 3, the Inn at 500 Capitol or the Boise Inn to be just a short cab ride from this notable site. The Hampton Inn & Suites Boise-Downtown or the Gem and Gem Cottage by the Depot are some other traveler favorites in the area.

You'll have ample choice if you're searching for accommodations near the center of Downtown Boise. The Cabana Inn and the Safari Inn Downtown are some tempting places to stay that won't burn a hole in your wallet.

The Hotel 43 and the Grove Hotel are appealing choices if you're seeking an upscale place to stay.

A few other well-liked hotels to keep in mind are the Modern Hotel and Bar and the Red Lion Hotel Boise Downtowner. They're also not too far from the center of town.

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