Spokane Hotels
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Spokane, the second largest city in Washington, is family friendly, easy to get around, and vibrant. Whether you are a sports fan, art lover, foodie, or just enjoy the outdoors, Spokane has something to offer everyone. When planning a trip to the Spokane region for a weekend or a full week, there are budget rates at many Spokane hotels. You will find familiar names like Quality Inn Downtown and Days Inn as well as budget independents like the Montvale Hotel or Ruby 2.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels in Spokane

DoubleTree by Hilton Spokane City Center
DoubleTree by Hilton Spokane City Center
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3.7
570 reviews
322 N Spokane Falls Ct, Spokane
from $99
Hotel Ruby
Hotel Ruby
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3.7
862 reviews
901 W 1st Ave, Spokane
from $74
The Historic Davenport, Autograph Collection
The Historic Davenport, Autograph Collection
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4.4
1544 reviews
10 S Post St, Spokane
from $145
Fairbridge Inn Express
Fairbridge Inn Express
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2.7
1011 reviews
211 S Division Street, Spokane
from $59
Days Inn Spokane
Days Inn Spokane
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1.3
60 reviews
120 W 3rd Ave, Spokane
from $40
Best Western Plus Peppertree Airport Inn
Best Western Plus Peppertree Airport Inn
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3.7
455 reviews
3711 S Geiger Blvd, Spokane
from $85
Red Lion River Inn
Red Lion River Inn
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3.8
1218 reviews
700 N Division St, Spokane
from $89
Red Lion Hotel at the Park - Spokane
Red Lion Hotel at the Park - Spokane
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3.6
1200 reviews
303 W North River Dr, Spokane
from $104
Comfort Inn North
Comfort Inn North
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3.4
335 reviews
7111 N Division St, Spokane
from $80
Montvale Hotel
Montvale Hotel
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3.6
1304 reviews
1005 W 1st Ave, Spokane
from $84
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Best Areas to Stay in Spokane

Book a room in the downtown area and be close to everything. The best restaurants, great shopping, outdoor activities, the riverfront, and the Convention Center are all centrally located in downtown. You can walk from Hotel Ruby to River Front Park, see Spokane Falls, and take one of the self-guided city walks. 

Downtown is also where you will find many fun free activities. Hear live music in one of the many pubs. On Fridays head over to No Li Brewhouse for a behind the scenes look at their brewing process. If you will be in Spokane on the first Friday of the month and wine is more your style, you can check out the downtown wineries. On First Fridays, these venues open up throughout the city for an evening of visual art and live music. You'll have a great time tasting the local wine and exploring the arts culture in Spokane.

If your plans include a visit to the local colleges, Eastern Washington University or Gonzaga University, or tickets for the Spokane Chiefs, then the Red Lion River Inn and the Red Lion Hotel at the Park are great choices. Both hotels are on the edge of the university district and close to Spokane Arena.

Hotels around the Spokane International Airport

In addition to being close to the airport, the Best Western Plus Peppertree Airport Inn is close to several golf courses, including Indian Canyon. They offer Sleep and Fly room rates along with a 24-hour airport shuttle service that is perfect for those who need to catch a connecting flight. Other options near the airport include Motel 6 Spokane West – Airport and Econo Lodge Inn & Suites Spokane.

Hostels Aren't Available in Spokane

Unfortunately for travelers who prefer to stay in hostels, there are none in or around Spokane.

Spokane Does Have Many Airbnb Options

Spokane has a wonderful choice of rentals from Airbnb, everything from shared accommodations to entire homes and apartments. Private rooms are the same cost as a cheap hotel room. The prices for home or apartment rentals vary widely with some renting for just a few dollars more than a single hotel room. Having a full kitchen is the biggest benefit of renting an entire place. This gives budget-minded travelers the opportunity to save a lot of money by cooking their own meals.  

Warm Weather Months are the Busiest in Spokane

Spokane is a year-round vacation destination and host to many business conferences, most of which occur in the summer or fall when the weather is dry and warm. In the spring, Spokane is at its busiest with three of the city’s biggest festivals: Bloomsday, the Lilac Festival, and Hoopfest.

Everything's Nearby in a Spokane Hotel

Whether you're visiting for work or play, Spokane's many budget hotels offer deals for you. Rates tend to run lower in the off-season from October to May. For staying downtown, where the riverfront convention center awaits, try the Hotel Ruby or the Ruby 2, the Montvale Hotel, the Fairbridge Inn Express, or the Days Inn Spokane. Closer to the airport are the Econo Lodge Inn & Suites Spokane and the Super 8 Airport West.

Enjoy Nature Around Spokane Through the Seasons

Beautiful mountains surround Spokane, so large, uncrowded ski resorts await you in wintertime, and hotel rates are lower. Spring opens the festival season with events like Bloomsday and the Lilac Festival, and farmer's markets offer local produce. Rent bikes or a canoe as summer opens up boating and fishing on Lake Spokane. Abundant family fun opportunities await you, convenient to north Spokane hotels like the Howard Johnson Inn Spokane North, the Apple Tree North, the Quality Inn Northwood, and the Comfort Inn North.

To the east in Spokane Valley, enjoy golf, fall colors, and parks while staying at hotels like Rodeway Inn & Suites, the Super 8 Spokane Valley, or the Mirabeau Park Hotel & Convention Center.

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