Holiday Inn Express Spokane Downtown

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

801 N. Division St., Spokane, Washington, 99202, United States
Holiday Inn Express Spokane Downtown
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 39% more than similarly rated 3.5 star hotels

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Spokane June & July

by tmaresh

What is the nightlife in downtown Spokane in June and July?

I specifically am looking at restaurants, nightclubs, dancehalls, and casinos. I'll be staying at a downtown hotel without a car. Thanks!

Re: Spokane June & July

by EllenH

Downtown Spokane is very walkable so you can cover a lot of area and find what you want. The river through town is great, site of the former worlds fair. Lots of bars and restaurants too.

Re: Spokane June & July

by cochinjew

Todsy is my first day here and like you I am also a tourist to this town. I am staying at Red Lion Inn near the park and had a good look at the area. you really dont need a car to get around the downtown area and even the other parts of spokane is accessible by food. locals seem to be innocently beautiful and friendly like in an old american movie. i am million miles from anywhere else, that is how i feel.

Re: Spokane June & July

by Erica25

It is probably to late to reply but I will anyway. The nightlife is good in Spokane if it is a Friday or Saturday. Also Wednesday can be good at two of the bars/clubs in Spokane. There are a lot of great restaurants downtown and all the good clubs in Spokane are downtown located on Sprague Avenue. I recommend Trick Shots Dixies.

Re: Spokane June & July

by EllenH

Erica it is never too late because other people read these replies also.

Travel Tips for Spokane

The Inlander

by JessieLang

The Inlander is a free weekly paper that comes out on Thursday. It is your best source of what is going on in Spokane on any given day. It lists all the music venues and who is playing in each of them during the weekend and coming week. You will also find listings of special events, plays, concerts, movies, etc.

Stacks of the Inlander are placed in area restaurants, coffee houses, shops and public buildings. They aren’t hard to find.

Hoopfest - Annual Basketball Tournament (June)

by JessieLang

Hoopfest is the largest 3-on-3 street basketball tournament of its kind in the world. It has been an annual event here for 20 years. Over 6,400 teams and 25,000 players compete in Hoopfest, and they come in from 42 states. All ages and skill levels can take part.

It takes over 400 courts to house the 13,000 games. The downtown area is full of basketball hoops for blocks and blocks.

The tournament is held in late June each year.

Register on-line @ 6 wks ahead.
The Entry fee = $100-160 per team. (Raises $$ for charity.)

Turnbull Wildlife Refuge

by Shadownlite

Turnball is a wildlife refuge located about 15 to 20 minutes outside of Spokane in Cheney, Washington. It has many hiking paths and is the perfect place for photographers to go and take nature photos.

There is a wide selection of wildlife including: ducks, deer, porcupines, turtles raccoons, squirrels, hawks, birds of all sorts, and been sightings of the occasional bear, cougar, or moose.

The refuge is centered around two huge ponds and has areas of trees and open meadows. You drive your car in and then hike around. One of the ponds even has a long dock you can walk out on and get a closer look at the wildlife.

It is open in the Spring, Summer, and Fall but, it is best to call ahead and check on the opening and closing times.

...More on Arbor Crest Winery.

by lar-n-me

...More on Arbor Crest Winery.
This place has a really fascinating pool. It isn't a typical built in pool, there's a part of the pool that's natural. Meaning, the bottom and sides of it are natural rock. Almost as if it's a natural hot springs.
There's a beautiful pavillion where they must have some incredible events (a wedding would be perfect up here!) and even an old ice skating rink that was used as croquet in the summer. ALSO, a big checkerboard that you have to walk on to play, carrying your checker pieces that are bigger and heavier than frisbees. It's a riot (especially after some wine tasting.. ;-)

Bloomsday in May!

by JessieLang

Bloomsday is the largest timed road race in the country, and a huge community event. It has been held annually on the first Sunday in May since 1977. It is a 12k run (about 7.5 mi.) with an advance entry fee of $15.

For the elite athletes, it is a competition with prize money. For the back of the pack, it is more like a giant party. Over 50,000 people of all ages participate, ranging from serious runners to babies in strollers. Everyone gets an official time.

There will be people in gorilla suits, pink tutus, tuxedos, funny t-shirts, and other wacky costumes. The whole course is lined with onlookers, and there is entertainment all along the way—a garage band in one block; a bunch of guys in skeleton masks drumming on buckets a little further on. At the top of a long, grueling hill, there is a guy in a giant vulture suit (Photo 2)

Participants get their race packets at the convention center on Friday or Saturday before before the race. The Bloomsday Trade Show that is going on at the same time is fun, even if you aren't entered in Bloomsday.


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Address: 801 N. Division St., Spokane, Washington, 99202, United States