Where to stay in Idaho
Idaho has a wide range of hotels to choose from, ranging from luxury properties to small independent motels for those looking for cheap hotel accommodation. Best Western, Courtyard by Marriott, Hampton Inn & Suites and Holiday Inn Express are some of the well-known hotels in Boise, Idaho's state capital.
Whether you're headed to Boise, to scenic Coeur d'Alene, Sun Valley, or Island Park, there are over 650 RV parks and public campsites to choose from in Idaho. Take advantage of the state's uncrowded roads and scenic beauty by hiring an RV and spending the night in well managed parks often close to beautiful rivers, lakes and golf courses. Campsites can also be found in stunning locations, such as the state's amazing lava flows and sand dunes
Stay in an Idaho due ranch for a truly unique experience. Most ranches consist of family cabins or are individual lodge rooms and are housed in modern as well as historic properties. Each ranch is unique and offers a range of year-round activities from skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling and wildlife viewing in the winter to horse back riding, gold panning and cattle ranching in the summer. All meals are often included in a due ranch holiday ranging from cookouts and barbecues to evening gourmet affairs, including wine.