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Stay in This Hotel’s Accommodations in Boise, the "City of Trees"
When you reserve a room at the Country Inn & Suites, you can experience one of the most beautiful cities in Idaho and a wealth of exciting regional attractions. Whether you’re staying for a day or a week, the hotel’s helpful staff can recommend a variety of entertainment options to help you have a memorable time in the “City of Trees.”
Start your explorations in downtown Boise (the locals call it "BOY-see"), where you can tour the Boise Art Museum galleries and take in the many stunning historic buildings. For a fun way to see the town, ride the vintage “Ms Molly Trolley,” which will take you through the Boise Commercial District, Harrison Boulevard, Hyde Park, the Warm Springs Road mansions, the Botanical Gardens and the State Capitol. Once you finish your tour, browse unique shops, catch a show at a local theater and dine at excellent restaurants.
If you’re a Boise State Broncos fan, make sure you get tickets to see the team play on their famous "Blue Turf." Before you head to the game, stop by the hotel’s on-site gift shop to pick up gear that will show your team spirit, or purchase gifts to take home to friends.
Boise is also home to a vibrant, multicultural community, including one of the largest Basque communities outside of Northern Spain’s Basque Region. More than 15,000 Boise residents call Boise home and an entire city block showcases their rich cultural heritage. Located on Grove Street between Capitol Boulevard and 6th Street in downtown Boise, this colorful district features a cultural center, a Basque market and several authentic restaurants. To reflect the Basque heritage, Grove Street was painted in traditional red and green colors, and a large "Laubduru," the Basque cross.
You won’t have to go far from this hotel’s convenient location in Boise to find things to see. At the Village at Meridian, you can shop at stores like Anthropologie and then catch a movie at the Village Cinema. By staying at the Country Inn & Suites, you receive 10 to 20 percent off your meal at select restaurants. After you get your fill of shopping, visit Meridian Speedway for a thrilling dirt track race.
One of the top 10 most popular rodeos in the country, the Snake River Stampede is the perfect way to get a taste of authentic Idaho culture. This lively, annual event boasts daily rodeo competitions, barrel racing, bullfighting, live music and more.
For some outdoor family fun, head to Settlers Park, one of the area’s most popular natural parks, which shows outdoor movies in the summer. To play a round of Frisbee golf or to go swimming, visit Eagle Island State Park. The annual fair offers family fun for all ages, including kids activities, live music and more. No matter what time of the year you visit, you can attend a variety of exciting events at Expo Idaho.Be sure to check out these destinations: