Welcome to LodgingGuide's hospitality industry listings for the Boise area.
Boise is the capital of the state which is famous for the quantity and quality of its potatoes, lentils and peas.
A lesser known fact is that Idaho also ranks number one in its population of trout, and its many secluded lakes and
streams have secured a loyal following of fishermen from across the country. Before I-84, cross country travelers
heading from one coastal city to another would miss Boise, as it is tucked away in the southwest corner of the state
with no other major populated areas around it. Even today, unless you happen to be traveling a diagonal route between Salt Lake City,
Utah and Portland, Oregon, you likely will not have occasion to pass through Boise unless you make a deliberate detour.
The better hotels and restaurants are all appointed, as are the clientele, in understated conservative good taste,
using only the finest natural furnishings and ingredients from the local forests, quarries and farms.
Boise is as big and active as any other state capital, but somehow moves more quietly, keeps cleaner and presents
a more polite impression than most other towns its size.
You can begin researching lodging properties and on-site restaurants in the Boise area by selecting one of the options shown below.
|·||Greater Boise||·||Boise Airport|
|Lodging located in the greater Boise area.||Lodging options near Boise Airport (BOI) located south of the city center.|
|Lodging in McCall located directly north of the city.||Lodging options located in the Nampa, Mountain Home, Meridian, and Caldwell areas.|
|Lodging in the Twin Falls area located southeast of the city.||Lodging options located east across the Boise National Forest and the Sawtooth National Forest. This area also includes hotels in Salmon, Hailey, and Sun Valley.|
|Lodging in communities west of Boise, near the state line in eastern Oregon, including Ontario and others.|
Area Facts: Idaho has more square miles of unpopulated forest, mountainous areas and whitewater rivers than any other state in the continental United States. The local area code for Boise is 208.
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