Boise, ID is a lively little city nestled at the foot of rolling hills and forests that create an iconic landscape for travelers and residents to admire. While there are not many extended stay hotels in Boise, the few they do have make it easy for long-term visitors to enjoy everything this energetic city has to offer. Their downtown is a hub for arts, shopping, dining and nightlife, while the many miles of national forest at the edge of city limits hosts countless opportunities for outdoor recreation.
The luxury of all four seasons means the few Boise extended stay hotels available must have value to offer year-round. Those who frequently travel to Boise or plan to spend a significant amount of time there do not want to change hotels when they discover the pool is not open year-round—or that whichever amenity they value is not available. So TravelMag has compiled a list of top extended stay hotel choices for enjoying a Boise trip! Check out our favorites below.
From: $65/ night
Guests will not easily find another extended stay hotel as “close to home” for rates as low as the Boise Airport Extended Stay America offers. We observed rates as low as $65 per night for a suite equipped with a full kitchen that includes free Wi-Fi, free breakfast and an airport shuttle. Located just a mile from the airport, this suburban property is a short drive from downtown Boise, where long-term city visitors can explore the many restaurants, shops and galleries this charming city has to offer. This Boise extended stay hotel option does not have a pool, but it is pet friendly and has easy access to I-84 (U.S. Highway 26) and other local freeways for guests who plan to do a fair amount of driving. In fact, the Extended Stay America Boise Airport hotel’s close proximity to major freeways is a blessing for those who plan to explore the breathtaking nearby national parks.
From $109/ night
For the extended stay traveler with a flexible budget, the TownePlace Suites Boise Downtown is worth the arguably steep rate. Depending on the stay, a rate above $100 per night can quickly become expensive—but the price seems fair when taking into consideration this Marriott property’s excellent guest reviews, convenient location and various amenities. Booking this extended stay Boise hotel will put you within walking distance to multiple restaurants and the lovely Ann Morrison park. Guests are also a short drive to Boise State University and countless downtown attractions. And if your trip to Boise is primarily for business, the Towneplace Suites is near many of the city’s corporate offices. Don’t forget to take advantage of the room’s full kitchen (stove included), the daily hot breakfast buffet and the indoor pool!
From $139/ night
If comfort, convenience and luxury are a top priority, consider the SpringHill Suites Boise ParkCenter. Modern kitchenettes, soft beds and spacious work stations await guests in each contemporary suite. Impressive amenities such as a diverse fitness center and clean outdoor pool attract both long-term travelers and brief Boise visitors alike. The rates remain fairly high, but they are competitive with nearby hotels offering similar amenities and room quality. Plus, the property’s value is enhanced by excellent reviews and its attractive location. This Boise SpringHill Suites is situated in ParkCenter, a desirable community just outside of downtown and home to a plethora of corporate offices. One unique feature this property offers is bike rentals, allowing guests to explore the city or take in the beautiful local scenery.