Welcome to LodgingGuide's hospitality industry listings for the Spokane area.
Perhaps it is the isolation from larger towns, combined with an unparalleled natural beauty which nonetheless attracts the residents of larger towns from great distances, but Spokane is inexplicably one of the more urbane, contemporary, environmentally sophisticated and tidy towns you ever will have the pleasure to visit. It is a kind of cultural oasis in the wilderness, the largest town between Minneapolis and Seattle, and in 1974 the smallest town ever to have hosted the World's Fair, centered around the 100-acre Riverfront Park and the over 200 year old antique carousel with its hand-carved horses. Spokane has a California ski lodge kind of cozy ambiance, and a lot of thick hardwood and fine etched glass trim in its architecture and interior designs that have survived for generations. The winter cold here is dry and quite bearable, though snowy enough for great skiing; the summers somewhat less bearable, as they are hotter than you would expect for the Pacific Northwest, though the river snaking through the park and the city provides a variety of scenes and terrains for splashing and sunbathing. Fortunately, due to the Cascade foothills terrain, you can get out of the valley in minutes, and into practically any climate you seek. If you have the time, explore the North Cascades Highway running between Spokane and Seattle, one of the most beautiful scenic drives you will ever experience in your life. A short drive from Idaho, and within an easy day's drive of Seattle to the west via I-90's Snoqualmie Pass, and Canada's breathtaking British Columbia to the north, Spokane provides a quiet and beautiful home base for your Pacific Northwest adventure.
You can begin researching lodging properties and on-site restaurants in the Spokane area by selecting one of the options shown below.
|·||Downtown Spokane||·||Greater Spokane|
|Lodging in the downtown area close to the train station, Convention Center, and Opera House.||Lodging options located in the Greater Spokane area surrounding the city center.|
|·||Spokane Airport||·||Coeur d'Alene, Idaho|
|Lodging located near Spokane International Airport (GEG).||Lodging options located in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho just across the border from Spokane.|
|Lodging in places such as Post Falls, Rathdrum, Newport, Pullman and more.|
Area Facts: Spokane is named after the Spokane Indians, whose name means "children of the sun." The local area code for Spokane is 509.
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