Fairfield Inn Boise

3300 S Shoshone Street, Boise, Idaho, 83705, United States
Fairfield Inn Boise
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Decent hotel in downtown Boise?

by Pizle

If anyone could recommend a decent and fairly inexpensive hotel (or motel) in downtown Boise, it would be greatly appreciated. We have a book of Motel's 6's and Travel Lodges but we don't know exactly where they are in relation to the center of the city. Thanks so much..


Re: Decent hotel in downtown Boise?

by lifeofbrian

Make sure to avoid hotels that are in Meridian or Nampa. They're nearby cities which may be labelled as 'suburbs of Boise'.

By the way.. that part of Idaho is pretty boring :(

Re: Decent hotel in downtown Boise?

by jjkent

Try the Best Western Safari Motor Inn. Pretty inexpensive and great location right downtown. The Shilo Inn Riverside is pretty close to downtown, and a bit cheaper. There are quite a few motels downtown, particularly on the short west side, that probably don't get booked up...they're not as nice but you wouldn't have to worry about crime (Boise is a pretty safe place).

Re: Decent hotel in downtown Boise?

by pedalpusher

Shilo is probably a good bet. It is right on the greenbelt (a pedestrian and bike path that will go by 8th Street, which will take you straight to downtown.....might be a .5 to 1 mile walk??)

Travel Tips for Boise

The Flicks

by JetlagCity

The Flicks is Boise’s only art house theatre, and is your best bet for seeing foreign films and alternative/independent movies. My favorite thing about this place is that they serve beer and wine and let you take it into the theatre with you – how refreshing! They have a video rental area, featuring films other than the typical Hollywood schlock. Rick’s Café American is also part of the theatre, and offers a limited menu of sandwiches, salads, and desserts, along with espresso, beer, and wine.

Picture by my sister, Stephanie.

646 Fulton Street
(208) 342-4222

Pizza and Beer

by WulfstanTraveller about Old Chicago

This is a good place in downtown Boise to get good pizza and a good, very large, selection of beer. The pizza is not real Chicago-style pizza, but it is good, especially considering that this is a chain. It also has a very large selection of beers, most in the bottle, but with still a vry good range on tap. These include both some better imports and a very good choice of craft beers, with slight emphasis on local western/Pacific NW beers.

Choo choo: The Boise Tour Train!!

by museberry

The Boise Tour Train is fun for everyone and a great way to spend a day wandering through the city while getting some fresh air and an intimate and historical look at the area. Most of us who grew up here went on school field trips as kids, it's just a neat way to tour around Boise. A local's favorite!!

-Sunday through Tuesday tours are Warm Springs Ave., Wednesday through Saturday tours are Harrison Blvd. both of these streets are Boise Historic Mansions, I recommend the Warm's Springs tour if possible.-

Services: May thru October (Tickets can be purchased at the gift shop counter)
(Holiday Lights Tours operate in December, see website for details and pick-up locations)

Adults $9.00 (12-64) Seniors $8.50 (65+) Children $6.00 (3-12)
Children under 2 free (must be on lap)

(Now they also offer Boise River Float Trips with a tour train trip, which if you're not familiar with the area could be fun, us locals usually have our own floatables to jump in with)

A Quick Trip to Boise

by ATXtraveler

In October of this year, I had a one day trip from Seattle to Boise that went awry. I was supposed to be there for the day, and leave back to Seattle to fly down to Shreveport to visit Sarah. Then Horizon Air basically shut down operations, and I spent hours in the Boise Airport! To top it off, I left my video camera in the rental car, and they broke it!! I did have time to take a look at the state capital though, which was very nice.


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 Fairfield Inn Boise

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Address: 3300 S Shoshone Street, Boise, Idaho, 83705, United States