Boise Idaho Hotels
by Richard Hill, Ph.D.
I got my first inkling of Boise magic via enthusiastic reports
from two friends who moved to Boise from L.A. This newlywed couple
happily traded their tract home in the smoggy, crowded San Fernando
Valley for the wide open ski spaces of the Big Sky west--a region
that also happens to be home to one of the fastest-growing business
booms in the country.
Whether you’re looking to explore
central Idaho’s superior recreation or relocate for its
commercial opportunities, one of the many Boise, Idaho hotels
will be your first stop.
Boise, Idaho Hotels: Great Variety
With nearly 5000 rooms available, you won’t have to worry
about finding lodging to suit your style and budget. If you’re
in Boise, you’re in beautiful country that is by no means
“Hicksville.” On the contrary, Boise Idaho Hotels
encompass everything from modest bed-and-breakfasts to convention
centers, from budget motels to upscale suites. First try some
Boise Idaho hotels comparison shopping for on the web, where you’ll
find special discounts, promotions, and virtual tours. Some hotels
even have online newsletters with sub-wholesale specials and rebates.
Here’s just a sampling
of what you’ll find in the way of Boise lodging:
Boise, Idaho Hotels: Downtown Convenience
Interviewing for Hewlett Packard, Albertson’s Corporate
offices, or another of the many businesses booming in Boise? You’ll
discover plenty of new, upscale rooms at Boise, Idaho hotels in
the heart of the city. Hosting a conference or convention? You’ll
find all the facilities you need at competitive prices.
Boise, Idaho Hotels: College-Area Convenience
Boise State, home of blue turf football and a vibrant academic
community, belongs on your itinerary even if you don’t have
business (or a son or daughter) there. You’ll find great lodging
nearby from around $45 at the chains to more upscale digs for your
Boise, Idaho Hotels: Near the
Whether you’re downhill skiing at Tamarack, Bogus Basin,
Lookout Pass, or Sun Valley--or cross-country skiing at Boise
National Forest, you’ll find premium conditions a short
drive from Boise. With state-of-the-art slopes and even nighttime
skiing available, the West side of the Rockies has plenty to offer,
with a fraction of the hype and crowds you’ll endure in
the high country. And with hundreds of rooms across a range of
taste and price, you’ll find lodging to rest up for tomorrow’s
Whatever your business or pleasure aim, you can rest easy at a
one of the convenient Boise, Idaho hotels. Check in and find out
what the Boise magic is all about!
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