Places to Stay in Idaho

Each night you spend in Idaho offers an opportunity for a new adventure. Hotels, vacation rentals, specialty lodgings and campgrounds with a diverse range of amenities are available in each of the state’s seven regions.

When looking for places to stay in Idaho, you’ll find rustic lodges, quaint bed & breakfasts, lakeside cabins and upscale hotels—but your options for a next-level night’s rest don’t stop there. Maybe a treehouse with lake views, a rustic Conestoga wagon or a beautifully appointed six-ton potato pique your interest. Whether your adventure is best suited for an award-winning luxury hotel, vacation rental or a scenic yurt under the stars, Idaho accommodations are at the ready. Check out the options below and plan for your visit.

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Explore Beyond Known Destinations

Venture beyond the Idaho cities you may already know to discover surprising destinations with rich history, delicious dining and cozy places to stay. Unexpected adventures await in these nearby places of interest.

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Found in Idaho

Ready to be awed by Idaho? Check out these fascinating facts to find trip inspiration and learn more about the places you’ll rest your head.

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There are nearly a dozen fire lookouts across Idaho that you can reserve for overnight stays.

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In 1939, Ernest Hemingway completed For Whom the Bell Tolls in suite 206 of the Sun Valley Lodge.

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Visitors can spend the night in a six-ton spud just outside of Boise at the Big Idaho Potato Hotel.

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You can venture back to the Old West and sleep in one of six renovated Conestoga wagons equipped with modern amenities in the small town of Downata.

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Seeking exclusive soaking? A handful of lodging options across Idaho offer private hot springs access.

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