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The distinctive lighted awning of this modern hotel stands out among Boise's lodging options. Known for fresh-baked chocolate chip cookies, this hotel also offers casual and comfortable dining at the Coffee Garden. Sports lovers can relax at the Character Sports Bar and shoot pool or enjoy the game on the big screen. For active types, the Boise River Greenbelt is located nearby. The hotel offers comfortable, roomy lodging and two luxurious suites, which come complete with jacuzzi.
The Leku Ona Boutique Hotel offers five unique rooms, done in an old European style and complete with all the basic amenities needed for a comfortable stay. Both the hotel and the popular Leku Ona restaurant, located next door, seek to capture the Basque spirit from northern Spain and southern France. The perfect place to enjoy an authentic Basque meal on the rooftop patio before retiring to a charming room. Family style dinners are also available.
Opened in 1997, this comfortable, modern hotel caters to a business person's every need. The roomy quarters include desks and data ports. Guests can kick back with the morning paper and sip coffee from their rooms. Hungry guests can wander downstairs to The Bistro. The hotel also has an in-house Starbucks. Located close to downtown and ParkCenter businesses, the hotel is an ideal spot for out-of-town business guests of Boise's high-tech companies.
Oxford Suites Boise has everything you need for a comfortable stay whether you're on vacation or on business. Relax in the pool, sauna, or steam room before going to the complimentary evening reception, where you can enjoy appetizers and wine. For when you need it most, the hotel offers a 24-hour business center with printing, copying, and faxing services.
Renovated in 2006 and located near downtown and the Boise State University campus, this all-suites hotel offers all the amenities of home. Each suite includes a kitchenette with refrigerator, microwave, toaster, coffeemaker and utensils along with a desk and sleeper sofa in the living area. Step out your door and find yourself on the relaxing Boise River Greenbelt, a 28-mile stretch of walking and biking pathway that follows the Boise River. If you fish, bring your own equipment. The river offers great opportunities.