Hyatt Place Boise/Towne Square

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

925 North Milwaukee Street, (Formerly AmeriSuites), Boise, Idaho, 83704, United States
Hyatt Place Boise/Towne Square
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
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Very Good
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Average
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Poor
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Terrible
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 34% more than similarly rated 3.5 star hotels

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  • Families85
  • Couples78
  • Solo75
  • Business77

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Driving time from Boise to West Yellowstone Montana

by borntotravel

Hello,

I plan to fly to Boise in late May and would like to drive to West Yellowstone. Can anyone please tell me the approximate driving time it will take. Also, does anyone have any recommendations on stops on the way I should make to see the great state of Idaho?

Thank you,
Barry

Re: Driving time from Boise to West Yellowstone Montana

by lmkluque

The distance will be about five hundred miles and take about 9-10 hours driving. The landscape along the way is the most interesting and the smallish towns will give a great impression of the Old West.

If you plan the drive in one day you will not have time to stop and see the little treasures along the way. In Idaho, think history, mountains, rivers, wide and wonderful vistas, Native Americans and Lewis & Clark Explorers.

The main towns you'll pass on your way to Yellowstone are Boise, Mountain Home, Twin Falls--along Snake River--Heyburn, Pocatello, Idaho Falls and Rexburg. I'd suggest looking up these towns to see what they offer that would interest you. I'd also suggest stopping in Pocatello for the night and just south of the city there is Fort Hall, near the University, which has a museum and live buffalo, which is one of my favorites.

Re: Driving time from Boise to West Yellowstone Montana

by borntotravel

Thank you Imkluque for the information and tips.
Best Regards,
Barry & Wendy

Re: Driving time from Boise to West Yellowstone Montana

by lmkluque

You are welcome! I hope you have a wonderful time on your road trip.

Travel Tips for Boise

Drive up Bogus Basin road, at...

by mcmustang

Drive up Bogus Basin road, at least five miles. The view is tremendous. If you're a skier, go all the way to the ski area and go skiing. On a clear day (which is most of the time) you can see more than 100 miles. I miss all the outdoor activities when I'm away. Skiing in the winter, Autocross in the summer, great vistas any time of the year.

Pair combines chic athmoshpere with great food

by edss about Pair

Pair is so unique in its offerings that it can't be easily categorized. Sure there are items on the menu that seem Asian (Thai Ahi Salad $13, Asian Salmon $18, lettuce cups, edamame with sea salt, age tofu w/ponzu, crispy wontons, chicken satay, Tempura Salmon $7...). However there are also Mediterranean items ( fresh hummus, proscuitto, olive tapenade, “flash-fried” shoestring zucchini, calamari...) and American/British items (fish and chips, fried chicken, steak, yam fries, burgers, crab cakes, clams, mac and cheese. The desserts are just as interesting with tempura twinkie, bread pudding, and tempura banana split being amongst your options. Add the great chic interior and you have yourself a wonderful restaurant for first dates, going out with friends, or business dinners. The pictures and the exterior cannot do it justice. I had the tempura salmon and it was light and crisp with a very nice dipping sauce. My friend had the chicken skewers and they were tender and juicy with a very unique flavor.

Julia Davis Park

by atufft

Stretching along the Boise River, on Capitol Boulevard, and across from Boise State University, is a most important city park, which was dedicated by Jefferson Davis in 1907 in memory of his wife Julia. The park hosts many concerts, and is the location for the museums of art and history. Rose gardens, picnic grounds, sport fields, and other park recreation are also located here.

Boise, Idaho in the summertime

by Nor_Cal_Brad

"Boise is HOT in the summer"

I visited Boise this summer, and it's HOT there. The locals told me that it was even hotter in July, but when I was there in August the daytime highs were always around 99 F, with the heat lasting until about 9 pm. The one saving grace is that it's a dry heat. If it were humid there, it would have been unbearable.

"Lots of outdoor activities in Boise in the summer"

There are tons of things to do outside in Boise, even thought it's ridiculously hot outdoors. You can go white water rafting, head out to the lake for boating and camping, float down the Boise river, ride bikes through the miles of trails along the greenbelt, go downtown for Alive After 5, etc...

"Downtown Boise"

Downtown Boise is pretty cool. Most of the bars and nightlife are located here. If you're in downtown Boise on a Friday or Saturday night, go try a fried potato sandwich from the street vendor. It's a fried potato in a hot dog bun, with any of the available toppings you would normally associate with hot dogs: chili, cheese, mustard, mayo, ketchup, etc... I didn't get a chance to try one while I was there, but I won't miss out a second time!

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 Hyatt Place Boise/Towne Square

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Address: 925 North Milwaukee Street, (Formerly AmeriSuites), Boise, Idaho, 83704, United States