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Best Western Hotel Edgewater Resort,  Sandpoint

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56 Bridge Street, 83864-1443, Sandpoint, United States - Voir la carte
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Cet hôtel en bord de lac de Sandpoint, Idaho, bénéficie d'une situation idéale, à proximité de la station de ski de Schweitzer, du parc d'attractions de Silverwood et de Coldwater Creek Street Bridge. Les chambres propres, spacieuses et élégantes de ce charmant hôtel Best Western Edgewater Resort offrent télévision câblée/par satellite, accès à Internet haut débit, service d'étage, films dans la chambre et bien plus encore. Tous les clients de cet hôtel de Sandpoint, Idaho peuvent profiter d'une superbe vue sur le lac depuis leur chambre : admirez un splendide paysage dès le matin et placez votre journée sous le signe de la détente. Lors de votre séjour dans cet hôtel Best Western d'Idaho, vous pourrez également profiter du centre de fitness, du salon sur place Trinity at City Beach, de la piscine couverte et du bain bouillonnant, du parking gratuit, des services de conférence et des salles de réunion avec restauration pouvant accueillir jusqu'à 100 personnes. Appelez dès aujourd'hui pour réserver votre prochain événement ou réunion dans cet hôtel de Sandpoint, Idaho !Les clients du Best Western Edgewater Resort peuvent se restaurer au cours de la journée au restaurant sur place Trinity at City Beach, qui sert une cuisine délicieuse avec une vue stupéfiante sur le lac Pend Oreille. Quelle que soit votre envie, vous trouverez un restaurant à votre goût à proximité, comme le restaurant italien Ivano's, Jalapenos, 5th Avenue Restaurant et The Hydra. À quelques minutes à pied du centre-ville de Sandpoint, les clients du Best Western Edgewater Resort peuvent également profiter de l'accès facile à de nombreuses attractions populaires de la région. Profitez d'une merveilleuse journée d'aventures et d'amusement en visitant le parc à thème de Silverwood, la station de montagne de Schweitzer, Coldwater Creek, Cedar Street Bridge, le festival à Sandpoint Symphony et le lac Pend Oreille. Vous pourrez également passer un agréable moment sur le parcours de golf de l'Idaho Club, au théâtre Panida ou sur la plage de la ville de Sandpoint à proximité. Pour un séjour inoubliable à Sandpoint, Idaho, avec un service amical et de nombreuses attractions à proximité, réservez un séjour abordable en ligne dès aujourd'hui au Best Western Edgewater Resort et faites des économies ! Passez un excellent séjour !

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Best Western Edgewater Resort,Sandpoint
  • 4
    « Very Convenient, Lovely Setting »

    This is a very comfortable hotel. We all enjoyed the pool and hot tub. The cleaning staff did a wonderful job everyday. Another thing we enjoyed about this hotel is the view, it's surrounded by mountains and the lake.

    « Great Restaurant On Site »

    I stayed here for a week for business. Staff are friendly and there is a great restaurant on-site. Be aware, there are train tracks that run past the hotel and trains do go by at all hours of the day and night. Surprisingly, the rooms are pretty well insulated and falling asleep with the TV on every night helps to drown them out. The rooms are average. You do have a fridge and a microwave. The only complaint I have is the shower head is weird/hard to adjust direction and the bed sits really low to the floor. The hotel apparently allows dogs because toward the end of my stay, there were some seriously yappy ones below my room. Seems like it could be a nice hotel in the warmer months and is in walking distance to the beach as well as the shops downtown.

    « TRAINS »

    If you want peaceful and quiet relaxation don't stay here. Trains run 24 hours a day and shake the building. Nice view of the lake but no other qualities here. My room did not have a climate control heading system. I had to manually turn on and off even in the middle of the night and the box was super loud. Not what I was looking for at all for a visit to Sandpoint.

    « A special place - just one day south of Calgary »

    I have stayed many times at the BW Edgewater Resort in Sandpoint. The location is amazing, right on the lakeshore. The front desk staff are unfailingly polite and helpful (and funny). The rooms are clean and comfortable, the hot tub and pool also have a beautiful view of the lake and mountains. The restaurant is quite good but it's also only a 5 minute walk into town and there are many good dining choices there too. The last time I stayed, they even upgraded me to the Honeymoon Suite for no extra charge. This is a fine hotel in an exceptional location.

    « Getting older »

    We just stayed at this hotel which has always been our hotel in Sandpoint, but it is getting run down. It has a great location, connected to a great restaurant, but the inside need some work. This time we were in what they called the honeymoon suite which had a separate bedroom witch is a plus when your staying for a week, but curtains are getting old, our bedframe broke, but they took care of it. The hosekeeping staff was great. Will go to the hotel on the other side of the long bridge next time.

    « Perfect Location, Close to Everything »

    Really enjoyed my stay here. Am always pleased with the Best Western experience but you can't beat the location in an amazing town. Hotel is walking distance to everything, right by lake, with a great restaurant connected right next to it. Rooms were comfortable with all the amenities. No hot breakfast but restaurant makes up for it.

    « Great location and views »

    This hotel is very uneven. There are some great things about it and then some not so good things. As long as you can live with the not so good, you will enjoy your stay. So the great things: very nice views of the beach, water and mountains beyond. Also it is right across the bridge from downtown Sandpoint so very quick walking access to shops, restaurants, etc. There is a fairly good restaurant on site (it isn't a "hotel restaurant" but rather a restaurant that happens to be in a hotel). Nice pool area, some features of the room are nice (bathrooms are good, crown molding on ceiling, etc.). Parking is free and there weren't any "resort charges" or stuff like that. Not so good things: well first off, the trains. Not much the hotel can do about it but there are train tracks right behind the hotel and trains seem to go by there non-stop for a decent part of the day and night. You can hear them in many places of the hotel and they even make the building shake. No I am not exaggerating. Now that wasn't a total dealbreaker for us but it might be for some. Other issues: bed was not particularly comfortable, TV was old and outdated with few HD channels offered, heating unit was very loud and not particular effective, parts of hotel smelled strongly of chlorine from the pool. All in all I would say at this hotel again for the location and views.

    « Great location and service »

    This hotel offers a great location in Sandpoint. Right on the lake for terrific sunsets and dining. Plus it is an easy walk into town. We've stayed here numerous times and find the staff friendly and very helpful.

    « Excellent Stay »

    Spent two nights at the Best Western Edgewater Resort and had a great experience. Great staff, clean room, beautiful balcony and view. Will be back to stay again. Had breakfast at the restraurant both mornings and it was great. This was my first vacation after completing my Cancer treatment and it was so relaxing just what I needed.

    « one night stay in Sandpoint »

    average hotel room on Lake Pend Oreille (high room rate based on that fact). room was clean. connecting restaurant (independently owned) is excellent (had dinner and breakfast). lake park and downtown Sandpoint within walking distance

  • 4
    « Best reason to stay is the lake view »

    Stayed here on our way to Glacier Park. Other Sandpoint motels had lower room rates but we stayed here for three reasons: easy to find, in house restaurant & lakeside location. Because the restaurant is not owned or run by the Best Western brand it opened for breakfast later than quite a few guests desired, including ourselves. We went elsewhere. Room was clean enough. A wet cleaning sponge had been left on the floor which seemed odd. Toilet was very noisy & ran for an undesirably long time. Otherwise stay was comfortable & as expected. View of the lake was fantastic with access to the beach walkway right outside our patio door.

    « Great place to stay in Sandpoint »

    Beautiful view of the lake. Restaurant was excellent! The beds were comfy and plenty of room to move about. Internet was good and we liked being so close to a walking trail and of course Starbucks Coffee!!

    « Nice stay but over priced »

    We stopped in late one night on our way through. Took a while to get checked in but we were tired so it may have seemed longer than it was. The hotel is relatively nice. It's basically a long hallway, but at least it gives every room a view of the marina. The rooms were nice. Ours had a microwave and fridge (not sure if they all do) as well as a patio that lead to the back side of the resort. The walls are pretty thin. We heard house-keeping vacuuming a room that sounded almost like they were in ours. We went to the restaurant/bar in the hotel around 10:30. It seems that's the worst time to go because breakfast is over and lunch hasn't started yet. The server did say she could probably get me some toast if I wanted but i just ended up with coffee. The service was friendly and great view from the bar and outside patio. It was a nice hotel, but it was expensive given the time of year so I can't imagine what it would be during the high season.

    « One of two best places to stay in Sandpoint »

    The restaurant in this hotel, Trinity, is terrific. The staff throughout the hotel are helpful and professional. My only complaint involved obtaining my receipt via email. I called four times within 24 hours of checking out because the email was just not coming through. We double checked spelling, and I offered a back up email. Bottom line, there was a problem with the hotel's email system and they ended up having to print it out and mail it to me, which was frustrating. Other than that, this is a great hotel, with beautiful views and a perfect location. If you want to stay in town, this is the place to go!

    « Average at best »

    Our room was on second floor, 236 next to a meeting room that was in use at the time which was somewhat annoying as participants gathered in hallway by our room to chat. The room was small, dingy and needed updating. The toilet may as well had been in the bathtub it was so close to it, the bed was hard and the pillows were square and hard as rocks. The AC unit needed work and was very loud. The view was nice, however it was obscured by a stairway. The staff were nice the day we checked in but not the guy the next morning who I found to be rude. We did eat lunch at the restaurant out on the veranda. Food was good, service okay, hornets a nuisance that forced us to leave in a hurry. Will not return to this hotel.

    « Great Lakeside Location »

    The rooms were clean and the view was great. The restaurant attached to the hotel was superb and a good value for such wonderful food. There is no laundry facilities and no free continental breakfast. The coffee Kreug in the rooms was Farmers brand and pretty good but you have to go to the lobby to get your sugar or cream. The rooms have their own little patios if they face the lake. Be sure and check out the miniature statue of liberty on the dock of the public beach.

    « 25th Anniversary Plus »

    Our room was overlooking the lake. Really beautiful resort and loved the unique town. To help us celebrate our 25th the staff upgraded our room to the honeymoon suite. Excellent food and helpful staff.

    « Best in Sandpoint »

    All the rooms here face the Lake. Bottom floor opens onto the grass and beach. A well managed hotel and best location in Sandpoint. Outside bar and restaurant a good option if the weather co-operates. Reviews that mention train noise may be not be accurate as we never heard them go by during the night. There is a buffer between the rooms and the exterior that faces the trains so not a problem.

    « Gorgeous Lake views »

    We had a pleasant stay at this hotel. The views of the lake are beautiful. The marina and the boats are nice. There is some green space to add to the scenery. The onsite restaurant and lounge are really nice to have. We were with a car club and after we've driven all day, we love having the option to park the cars and not have to go out to find food and drinks. Pleasant and helpful staff. Really good!

    « A clean, comfortable hotel in a great location »

    I was greeted promptly by friendly staff and checked in quickly. Our double queen room was comfy and clean. A few fixtures and linens seem dated -- doors and carpets especially -- but are otherwise fine. Ceilings seemed a little thin, as noise from the room upstairs traveled down to us easily. The location is really great if you want to walk or take in the beachfront scenery along the marina. It's a five-minute walk to the main street in town for food and shops, or the hiking/biking trail along the inner channel. The restaurant in the hotel is privately owned, so no free continental breakfast here. Grab a quick bite at a coffee shop in town on First Street instead.

  • 5
    « Impressed for a different reason »

    My wife and I were walking nearby the Edgewater this weekend (we weren't staying there; we were just enjoying the neighborhood) when we heard a plaintive cry - a very tiny kitten stuck in a bush and completely freaking out. We went to the Edgewater to see if they had any water for the little critter and Stacy (front desk? manager? Either way, outstanding!) took charge. The hotel, it seems, knows about the local feral cat population and makes sure to take cats they come across to a local shelter to be spayed/neutered and adopted into good homes (how proactive!!). Stacy reached into the bush, grabbed the kitten, checked him out, said, "I have some appropriate food in the car. Cow milk will hurt him," and assured us the little dude would be in good hands. You know, it's not often you encounter this sort of kind and swift assurance, this "It shall be done properly and to the good health of all" attitude. We didn't stay this time, but next time we're in Sandpoint, the Edgewater will be our choice. Thanks, Stacy!

    « Great stay! »

    The room was spacious, enjoyed the balcony and lake view. Front desk had great local recommendations and were very friendly. Convenient location to wander around town and the beach. Would definitely stay again!

    « Edgewater B/W Sandpoint, Id »

    Excellent location, close to main drag. Water front view of beach and morning sunrises. All you need right there. Bar, restaurant, beach, bicycle and walking paths, boat water tours, shopping, swimming, professional staff, all in all rated it 5 star

    « Outstanding service and great views of Pend d'Orielle »

    I have been is Sandpoint many times on business and dined at Trinity located at the BW Edgewater. Always great meals and spectacular views from the deck. This trip however my wife and I came up on vacation from St. Louis and had the pleasure of staying at the hotel. I can't say enough about how friendly the staff was and very responsive to any questions we had. I was having trouble with the wi-if and Troy the GM came to our room checked everything out and even tested the internet speed. Turns out the issue was operator error on my part, but the service was above and beyond. If visiting Sandpoint have a great meal at Trinity and stay the night at the BW Edgewater, you won't be disappointed in either. Be sure and book the "fireplace" room. Room # 111.

    « Sandpoint in the Summer »

    A most convenient location with ease of access to virtually every activity. Great access to a beautiful, along the river walking path as well as to the beach and lake activities. Breakfasts at the Trinity restaurant are superb. Equally, the staff are professional and accommodating.

    « Sandpoint on the water experience »

    Hotel is in a beautiful location on the water. Near Sandpoint City Beach. Hotel has convenient parking. However, boat docking area is not too good. Duck/goose poop on docks and the water is somewhat questionable. We chose not to leave boat in water overnight. Beds are uncomfortable. First room check-in had dog hair remaining from previous guest. Second room, food left in fridge from previous guest, bathroom needed more of a wipe down.

    « Beautiful Setting for a Place to Eat on the Lake »

    We had breakfast in the restaurant this morning and we seated at a window overlokking the City Beach and the Lake. Too windy and cool to be outside but we were offred the choice of in or out. The menu has the ususal staples with a twist with their Scrambles that have the meats, cheeses and/or veges scrambled with two eggs. Comes with home fries and toast or muffin for 7 dollars. Was delicious and more than enough to eat. One person had the egs, sausage and pancakes. The sausage was not the Jimmy Dean type, it looked local and was very good. Pabcakes were large, fluffy and equally good. Well worth visiting to enjoy the view and the food.

    « Nice Restaurant called Trinity »

    great views, good food and atmosphere, right on the water! Very good menu, reasonable prices and a fun place in Sandpoint. Roast Beef very good.Very active deck by the beach, good for family and kids, great setting right on the lake.

    « Great Location! »

    Rooms smell a bit musty, but the location is fantastic right on the beach. Front desk staff very helpful and customer service is great. Rooms are clean, good bed linens. Easy walk to downtown and right close to the bike/walking path.

    « Nice location, so-so hotel »

    This hotel is located in a lovely spot right on the lake with places to walk around the harbor. It's an easy walk to downtown restaurants and shopping. The front desk staff was very nice. Other than that, I've never been a big fan of Best Westerns, for some reason. I don't feel they provide value for the money you spend. I'd still choose this hotel over others in Sandpoint because of the location.

  • 5
    « lovely hotel, right on the beach »

    The Best Western is an older hotel that lacks some of the glitz of a luxury city hotel. It more than makes up for this by its perfect location on the lake, as well as the friendly staff. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay. Having a microwave and refrigerator in the room was nice. Our balcony that looked out over the water was wonderful. The hotel is dog friendly. Since I was missing our dogs, I enjoyed petting and talking with several dogs at the hotel. Even the restaurant has outdoor seating where dogs are welcome. The only extra I would have liked was easy access to a washer/dryer. We spent a lot of time outside, got pretty dirty walking in the woods, and ended up changing clothing a couple of times per day. Sandpoint is a great place to visit. The Best Western was the perfect place to stay.

    « RV park connected to best western edgewater »

    This is really just a parking lot that fits an RV There are full hook ups There is a pool and hot tub in the hotel which you may use I would not stay here again with the dozens of trains each day right beside the sites, the trains are frequent and very long trains. Staff at the hotel are very confused about renting out the RV spots and you must provide a credit card as if you are checking into a hotel, then go through check out when leaving. For a campsite it very crowded and at $51 per night. U. S. not worth it. If you want to use wifi it is inside the hotel and not in the camping area. When we called to see if there was anything available we were told it was full but in person they rented us a site and we noted that three sites remained empty, it seems they have a poor system

    « ok place »

    The stay was great except for all the goose poop all over the lawns and sidewalks. The restaurant serves great food with great service. the town is great for walking around. All rooms have a great view of the water and the maintained beaches.

    « Amazing Staff »

    Especially Glenn on the night shift! After being on a delayed arrival from the Delta Computer Meltdown, he went above and beyond the call of duty with extra water, amenities, and a note wishing me a wonderful stay! SO impressed by Glenn and the whole team!

    « Mediocre hotel »

    The room was very average with a small window overlooking some bushes at the side of the hotel. At a price of over $300 per night you expect more. The breakfast was nothing special and you had to fight to get stable. On the positive side, the young staff were enthusiastic and helpful. I would recommend staying at one of the lodges aroun Seward.

    « Love it and coming back! »

    We stayed on a ground floor room so we could walk right out to City Beach. It's a very clean hotel, the food is really good at the restaurant, all of the staff are really, really nice. The location is excellent to walk around Sandpoint. The ground floor rooms are all pet-friendly so we'll be back with out dog next summer. Loved the pool but heard from another couple that there room was right next to it and the ventilation is very, very loud. The only issue that can't be controlled is there are a lot of birds on the grass between your patio and beach so you want to wear shoes walking out to the beach. Can't wait to come back.

    « disappointing »

    nice location, but expensive for the room. Beds were OK - bathroom small and air conditioner noisy! Was expecting something more luxurious for the price. We stayed in the bottom floor - got"the last room" - the other side of the hallway looked way newer and didn't smell so stale and like chlorine Reception was OK - didn't go out of their way to make us feel welcome

    « Great Spot! »

    Best spot for family vacation anywhere! Sandpoint is the place you make memories! Edgewater Resort is on the lake with a great beach across from a large park. It doesn't get any better for a family vacation. It's not fancy, it's just exactly what you need. It also has a fabulous restaurant on the beach with patio seating Check it out??

    « Mountains, lake, sandy beaches, pool, spa and great food! »

    Stayed at the Edgewater RV park which is next to the hotel and adjacent to the City Park which has great, sandy, lifeguarded beaches. We also had the use of the hotel amenities. The restaurant is very popular because of great food and fabulous view from the lakeside dining area. The wi-fi is only available at the hotel and the server ( internet provider) is slow and spotty. The only other drawback is the constant, extremely loud train traffic at all hours. The employees are very friendly and helpful.

    « Nice People-medicore room »

    I was traveling for business and I frequently stay at Best Western Hotels. Not knowing the area, I booked this hotel I entered the building into a nice lobby with super friendly front desk. I actually had booked the wrong night; fortunately, they had a room for me and we all had a good laugh. The rooms looked redone with newer carpet and TVs. That said, the room also looked a bit tired. Beaten up base boards, dingy curtains, and a small balcony with worn chairs. The bathroom had the same issues. At almost 200 dollars a night, I think the room should have been nicer. The reason to stay here would be the location. It is truly an amazing view on a really big lake. Sit on the balcony and watch the sunrise--that is the reason to be here. I also ate at the restaurant. The service is good and the food was fine, but, again, the reason to eat here is the view. So, relax and enjoy a glass of your favorite beverage. I would stay here again, but it is because of the staff and the lake.

  • 4
    « Beautiful Lake View »

    All rooms in this remodeled property have a view of beautiful Lake Pend'Orielle. The front has been enclosed so rooms do not open directly to the parking lot. The room was clean and nicely appointed, though the bathroom was small. It's a short walk to downtown shops and pubs. We would stay again.

    « Wow! Incredible service and breathtaking view! »

    We stayed in the Best Western this past weekend and I can't say enough good things about our stay. The rooms are nice and clean and have an exceptional view of the breathtaking lake. Sandy at the front desk turned an ordinary stay extraordinary! She went above and beyond to exceed our expectations in every way and treated us like long lost family (and she gave our small children bottled water and peanuts). As far as I am concerned there is no where else to stay in Sandpoint! And the attached restaurant was convenient, very good and had exceptional service as well. (My only small complaint is our shower on the upper floor was very slow to drain.) Thanks again Sandy!

    « Retreat »

    My fiancé and I love to stay in the jacuzzi tub suite on the ground floor. We have a slider to access the beach and let our dog out if he is with us. A short walk to excellent food @ Trinity Cafe and to Main Street Sandpoint! We love to stay here!??

    « Amazing 4th of July »

    We did not stay at this hotel overnight but we had a great dinner and drinks all night on the Deck in preparation to watch the fireworks. Great Food, access to beach and view of the fireworks. Very friendly staff and I would stay here if we could.

    « Annoying air conditioner »

    Location, view and restaurant are top notch. However when you go to bed and find that the air conditioner is 6 feet away and blows in your face all night it is pretty annoying. The room could easily be arranged to avoid this problem.

    « Beautiful Location But There's No Complimentary Breakfast »

    No doubt about it, this is a a beautiful location for this hotel. I can say only good things about the room quality, beds, cleanliness and staff. All the rooms face the lake and beach. My one issue is with the advertised "Complimentary Breakfast" when reserving online. When we arrived we were told there is no complimentary breakfast as the restaurant is privately owned. We had four in our party including two children and were looking forward to a quick breakfast before we set out the next day. Another couple were checking in at the same time and they also expressed disappointment at the lack of breakfast as advertised. The next morning we did have breakfast in the restaurant. The staff was good and the service was quick but the pancakes were tough and burnt on the bottom. One of our party left the burnt side up so the staff could see. We were anxious to be on our way and didn't want to take the time to complain even though we should have. After we returned home I filled out a survey from Best Western regarding our stay in Sandpoint. I complained about the Complimentary Breakfast issue and the quality of the food in the restaurant but I haven't received any feedback. This is a higher end hotel and this issue should be addressed by Best Western and the management.

    « Best Service with a Beautiful View »

    We took our entire soccer team and families here I. The middle of the busy summer season and we're still served amazingly well. The hostess is amazing and seated us within 20 minutes of arriving. Our waitress was quick funny and smart about getting our orders in. The view is amazing looking over The lake. The menu is lovely!

    « Great location - but just stay at an Air BnB or VRBO! »

    First, the location is perfect. Beautiful view from the room and walking distance to every thing. We paid a high price to have an extra room and bed space for three adults. The sofa sleeper was not actually something you could sleep on because the springs were sticking out. We asked for a cot - which was slightly better, but still pretty much a disaster for sleeping and then they wanted to charge us for it. The main bed was fine (though the pillows were like somebody's old pillows that they had pulled the filling out of and stuffed together.) Due to the location you would think the hotel would have umbrellas, beach towels, chairs etc for checkout/rental. Especially when you are flying in it is difficult if not impossible to bring many of these type things. We had to buy them and then give them away. At the least the hotel could have a holding place for people to use things that previous guests purchased - but, really - the location would almost imply that you would have these kind of items available. And having beverage/snack service on the beach would be even better. We knew this going into it because we called and asked - but I think they feel like they don't have to because they don't have any competition. Also - the AC units are terrible. Really terrible. I only rated as high as I did because the crib was a disaster and they actually bought a pack and play for us to use while we there. That was one of the first things that happened when we arrived so it set a positive tone that helped offset some of the terrible things. For example - I had to go to the ER when I first arrived and then was on a clear liquid diet. As I was transitioning off I needed super simple food. We asked the hotel for just one poached egg and they refused and said we had to pay $16 for the buffet. They finally did it when my wife was prepared to just pay $16 to get me a poached egg but did say, "well, that isn't very kind." I guess nobody likes to be told they are really being a jerk - so they made her one for $3.50. Also - the internet is terrible and there are broken machines in the fitness center.

    « The Best View in Sandpoint »

    A Wonderful Location ---- water view with a beach and great sunset/sunrise. Our room (2nd Floor) with a balcony was Great. However, the property overall is older and could use an update. The bed was very comfortable and the view was outstanding.

    « Great location over priced »

    Room was in reasonable condition but smelled of smoke. As we were on ground floor and there are ground level patios, smokers were sitting outside and our air conditioner pulled in all the cigarette smoke into our non smoking room. The curtains obviously had gotten from the someone leaving the sliding door open as they were are matted and crunchy. The location is in walking distance to restaurant and beach but overpriced for what you got.

  • 5
    « Relaxing stay! »

    I loved the waterfront views from the second floor balcony, the sauna, swimming pool and hot tub! It was a perfect location to relax and visit as well as to explore Sandpoint. The hotel staff was professional and friendly. We had dinner in the dining room and while the food and service was good, the noise level made it very difficult to hear. We discovered too late for dinner that the outside seating area with heaters is much more manageable for conversations and is warm enough even on a chilly night.

    « Great location, great view of the lake »

    This hotel is a bit older but very clean and well maintained. The view of the lake and close proximity to a lot of activities make this hotel a place where we will stay again. Staff was very efficient and friendly. The restaurant attached to it had good food reasonably priced.

    « Great location!! »

    Usually I give hotels 5 stars when they are dog friendly. So 5 stars in my comments ?? The hotel location couldn't be better to town etc. Watch out while showering if your neighbor uses the water. There has been a financial snafoo so be aware to make it clear how you want to pay. They charged our card just hours after we checked in as opposed to check out time. We wanted to pay in a different way. One nice bonus is the bottled water in the room was free!!! Most hotels charge $3+ for that. Despite being full occupancy it is quiet and peaceful.

    « Great view and great location »

    We came as a walk in and hit a ground level lake facing jacuzzi room. The room was a good size but the bathroom was super small and a little strange but no biggie. The room faced the lake and had a patio that opened to the grass along with chairs to sit out on the grass which was great. The room had been updated but the bed was super hard and the decor in the room was a little ugly. Front desk was great. One strange thing was the ice maker was way the hell down a hallway by the pool in another section of the hotel. Quite a hike for ice. Location was awesome, just a short walk downtown. Will definitely stay here again.

    « Could have been a lot better »

    We were celebrating the wife's 30th birthday and had high hopes for a room with a view for $200 for 1 night. The gal at the front desk was nice and quick to help. Walked into the room and was immediately greeted with the overwhelming stench of gym socks that hit us like a brick wall. I opened the slider door and turned the A/C on for almost a half hour for the smell to go away... never did find out where it was coming from. There was stuff left in the nightstand drawer from the person before (or the person before that maybe? Who knows.) The caulking around tub and shower looked like it was done by a 4 year old and was cracked with black mold coming out of the seams. No exhaust fan in the bathroom and the vent above the shower looked like it hadn't been cleaned in a year. Strike 1. Went to dinner in the attached restaurant. The coconut shrimp was excellent. The waitress recommended the baby back ribs and my wife ordered the salmon salad. The sauce and seasonings were excellent on the ribs- the ribs themselves were so tough I could barely get the meat off the bones. They were probably good at one time a few days prior, but not the day I ordered them and certainly not for $27. One of the ribs shot out of my hand and on to the floor a few feet away in my struggle to remove meat from bone. My wife's salmon was good, but $24 for a 4oz Costco piece of salmon on a half gallon of lettuce seems really excessive. Strike 2. Later that night, we tossed and turned on a horribly uncomfortable bed all night leaving us feeling haggard and worn out the next morning. What's with the tiny little throw pillows for the main pillows? The rattling A/C added to the insomnia. Strike 3. I can't believe I paid $220 for that room and $100 for that food. I've been to some really awesome Best Westerns- this was by far the worst. The info sheet on the back of the front door to our room said that our room goes for $100-$350... I feel bad for the sucker that pays $350. $100 would be pushing it. I absolutely will tell everyone I meet even thinking of staying at this BW to reconsider unless you guys change few things. This Best Western needs some help.

    « All rooms face the glorious lake »

    Excellent design with glass enclosure on street/railroad side so every room is lake front. Very comfortable room, if no one turns on the noisy a/c which was not necessary. Nice patio, a great place to just be by the water.

    « Nice very clean rooms at clearly the best location in Sandpoint »

    Very nice hotel, rooms are decent but very clean and the staff does an excellent job. I personally feel that the prices are ridiculous. I can stay at the davenport in down-town Spokane at a King-suite, the most luxurious place you can find up here for the exact same price I paid at the Edgewater in Sandpoint. Paying $200 per night for an average room with no elevator to the 3rd floor, no staff to help with luggage and old hallways with carpets from the 90s and an absolute despicable fitness room where not a single machine worked is a joke! If it was around $100 to $120 I could see past all the flaws in this place. Breakfast at the restaurant was mediocre at best. The one thing saving this place is the spectacular view over the lake, definitely a big plus waking up to that.

    « Exceptional lunch »

    I visited the Edgewater for lunch with friends recently and was very impressed with the ambiance of the outside dinning area and the quality of the lunch. It was a beautiful day and the outside deck is close to the beach and made for a very pleasant place to enjoy lunch. The menu offerings are many and varied and the food was very tasty and the portions generous--with very reasonable prices. This place is a winner in every respect. Try the pecan chicken salad for a meal you won't soon forget. Very respectable service as well.

    « excellent customer service »

    After repeat visits to this lovely location on the lake, we experienced another 3 night stay. Receptionist was very accommodating. Hotel rooms average but well equipped with fridge, coffee maker, and well maintained. One thing we noticed was that vacuuming carpet and clearing patio could have been done more frequently. We had one issue at dinner and was dealt with well by the manager. Will definetly return.

    « Great room; little spendy »

    We had a great stay in Sand Point. The hotel location is AMAZING! Literally on the lake and super close (like easy walking) to downtown. Our room had a little balcony, which was great. The only drawback is the cost; it felt a little spendy.

  • 5
    « good value »

    checkin very friendly efficient nice to have a room with a view with a deck to sit outside and look at the view. nice location small bath room. ate at the adjoining restaurant as there isn't actually on in the hotel and breakfast if not included

    « Beautiful views! »

    Small town get away with larger city amenities! Awesome staff at the hotel and the restaurant was very good. Very good bloody Mary's and great beer selection! I just wish the weather would have been nicer because beach access is amazing! Play gound picnic area very close! There's a Starbucks close by, too!

    « Great view »

    This hotel is beautiful, all rooms face to the beach/lake. Good location, walking distance to town. Peaceful and relaxing wi if wasn't that great, room was a good size, comfy beds, staff is friendly and helpful.

    « Room with a view »

    Standard BW settings. Comfortable room, clean, with balcony and view of Pend Oreille Lake. No breakfast included, but they have a restaurant attached. Since they open only at 7 h 30, we had breakfast at Spud's (at 7 AM). Starbucks opens at 5 AM, for us early birds. Waking distance from the main streets, with boutiques and restaurants choices.

    « good review »

    We have traveled to Sand Point many times in the last 40 years and this is our hotel of choice. It has always been worth our time and money. The location is fine for walking into town and back. Thank the management for us

    « Nice for families »

    This property is right on the lake. There is a beach, park nearby and a walk way under the busier streets to access the downtown shops. Very convenient location, friendly atmosphere and on-point price wise for the area and the ease of getting to activities. There are rooms with great views, ask for lakeside if you can.

    « Sandpoint visit »

    Excellent spot for hotel, view of lake from room. Restaurant in hotel was very good. Service was excellent-very helpful staff. When we needed directions to place we wanted to visit (museums, etc.), the counter people would show us on the map of the area we had, and sometimes use markers to show best route. They were obviously pleased to help us and very friendly.

    « Expensive and no breakfast »

    Nice location, good parking, restaurant attached, decent rooms though lots of hair left in the bathroom. Expensive, especially when all the local taxes are added. No breakfast included which, considering the price, is not a good idea.

    « An option to consider »

    The Edgewater is perfectly located with a view that is amazing. While the rooms are so so.... the restaurant rates with the very best in food quality and service. I look forward to dinners and breakfast here during every visit to Sandpoint whether I stay at the hotel or not. Rooms - average. Mattress below par. A bit dated, but again......ohhh that restaurant. My My!

    « Best View in Idaho »

    The view from the room and restaurant deck were amazing. This hotel is on the beach (nestled between the largest lake in Idaho (Lake Pend Oreille) and Sandcreek. We had the options of paddle boarding up Sandcreek or on the lake, bicycling along Sandcreek or across the Long Bridge, or strolling through town (McDuff's) without ever moving the car. To cap off an epic weekend, make the short drive to Schweitzer for the summer chairlift ride. This is North Idaho!

  • 4
    « Great Location! »

    This is the fourth time we have stayed here and we were not disappointed! All of the rooms face the lake which is nice. The rooms are very comfortable and the staff is always friendly and courteous. It is very nice to wake up in the morning and look out the sliding glass door at the lake while drinking a cup of coffee. They also have a great restaurant and lounge. We will stay here again.

    « Sandpoint »

    We enjoyed the view of the water and activities on the beach and park. Excellent location and easy to get to. This is a well-maintained property with competent staff. Food was excellent and we were able to walk to all activities. We will return.

    « Good hotel. Clean. Good service. Great location. »

    The restaurant food and service was excellent, but the room was noisy and looked cold. Atmosphere didn't go with the price. Coffee pot didn't work. They tried to be nice, but the condescending attitude didn't come off well.

    « Awesome location! »

    The location of this hotel couldn't be better! It's directly on the City Beach and within a 5 minute walk from downtown. The beds were very comfy and staff was friendly. Only disappointment is that there wasn't breakfast included. There is a restaurant on site that sounded good but was pricey. Overall a good choice in Sandpoint.

    « On a road trip from Southern Calif »

    This is a very tired Best Western but has a great Location and the Restaurant is fabulous, Great views from your balcony of Mountains and Lake . Short walk to Town or the boardwalk along the river.. great shops to look and stop for Ice Cream. yummy, very nice Pool and Sauna ..Sandpoint is nice little town.

    « Nice ,Clean, Moderen and updated »

    Great Room with nice View of the Falls and easy in/out walk , jog etc. Room is comfortable , clean and modernized. Sometimes pctures are deceiving,,,Not here the pictures are accurate . I would stay again on business or Pleasure with the family,

    « Not Elegant, Just Right »

    First, I'm not sure how much the room costs because my employer reserved it and is being billed, so I'm not sure about "value." I do know that Spring/Summer rates throughout this area are considerably higher than at other times. As a tourist or just passing through, you could not ask for a better location in Sandpoint. Yes, for first-time visitors, navigating to the hotel from the south requires knowledge and 4 turns. Not quite sure about from north or west. If you came from the east, it must have been by boat, because the hotel is located on the lake shore. Yes, there is a somewhat busy train track in front (west side) of the hotel parking lot, but I haven't noticed the trains at all. Looks like all rooms front the lake, with a sound-attenuating hallway between trains and rooms. The rooms have a small balcony overlooking a green (Springtime) lawn, the beach, and a nice, large boat dock. Not sure whether the dock, which currently has no boats, is usable by guests because it and the hotel are adjacent to a very nice city park, with some RV parking there. Once you navigate to the hotel (which appears to be beside Hwy. 95 on maps), the very cool downtown shopping (and dining) area is just a walk, bike ride, or drive (if you don't want exercise or have time) across a short bridge crossing a canal. There is, surprisingly, a decent restaurant (Trinity at City Beach) collocated with the hotel (review written separately). My very large room had two queen beds, a tucked-away mini fridge and microwave, and a large, nice bathroom. The beds had 5 pillows, each, and for me, were comfortable (highly subjective). The carpet and furnishings were fairly "dated," but everything worked properly. Changing furniture to "keep up with the times" is costly (passed on to customers) and in my view, unnecessary, if working and maintained well. Everything was clean, and there were lots of towels. The WiFi worked very well, and the staff, particularly the housekeepers, but everyone, were EXTREMELY friendly and helpful. I do not give 5 stars often, but the combination of everything (not sure about price vs. value) earned it for them. Thanks, boss.

    « Amazing place to stay, however »

    The Edgewater in sandpoint was a perfect little location for us. Easy access to downtown and a amazing view of the lake. We just wanted somewhere to relax and enjoy our surroundings and the Edgewater didn't disappoint. Despite the great room and beautiful views, we did run into a few problems, being from Canada our payment was a little difficult and it wouldn't take my partners card and I ended up paying for the first night and was told to come in and pay for the 2nd the next morning after we contacted our banks. The front desk woman Stacy was amazing and very helpful with this. The next morning we went to breakfast and Trinity's, which was such good food, and then proceeded to pay for the next night right after. However after I went back to the room I checked my bank account to see what was there and the front desk guy at the time charged me twice for the second night, I went out and shower him my statement and he told me that it would be on my banks end and I need to call them. Which I did and it wasn't on their end. The morning turned to afternoon and this guy Dallas spent hours on the phone with my bank and their credit card holder with absolutely no progress. He told me it would take up to 6 business days to get my money back. Which I needed to get home the next day. He told me he could give me in store credit or cash back that I would have to pay back at a later date. And then said he would call me back in my room once he knew all the information. Which he didn't. He went home and didn't even tell the his manager what had happened. Stacy the woman who had checked us in was back in that night and I proceeded to tell her what happened. Stacy had the mistake fixed and my money back within ten minutes, she was very helpful and understanding and she made our stay wonderful. All in all a very great place to stay. Just need to maybe rethink one of their staff.

    « Great location, food and acomodations »

    Enjoyed everything about my stay. The view is lovely, the restaurant and bar serve wonderful options and drinks, and my room was comfortable. Ample parking, good water pressure, a large selection of pillows, every room faces the water. Convenient walking distance to downtown Sandpoint.

    « Sandpoint Idaho great place to stay »

    gorgeous view, wonderful service, lovely room, can't recommend it highly enough! The hotel is located at the end of Lake Pend o Reille, and looks out over the lake and mountains. The personnel were extremely helpful and the breakfast in their restaurant was awesome, one of my favorites!

  • 4
    « Nice place for a family »

    The staff were very friendly. The indoor pool area is wonderful, newly remodeled. The restaurant has excellent food. The walls are a little thin, so you could hear your neighbors around you. Every room has a great view of the lake, right on the water.

    « Good value for the $$ »

    Third floor room near the north end was almost perfect, save for the ongoing hum and at times mild vibration from the mechanical plant associated with the pool, I think. Good linens and towels (a BW trademark). Decent Internet, although hotel less than half full. Rooms look out on to the City Beach -- terrific view but this is also where the creatures of the night show up: we had die Polizei check in on a woman strolling the beach at 2 am, which created a lot of action, and it's about 40 meters from the room. Still, good balconies. bathroom showing its age, and the water wasn't terrifically hot. Recommend third floor but further away from the enclosed pool down below. Excellent front desk service.

    « Great Location »

    Second time staying here in 2 years and greatly enjoy the setting. Close to main straight while not being on it with the perfect setting of being on the beach with a breathtaking water lake view. Restaurant is very handy and enjoyable. Our room was excellent. Facility has been upgraded from a year ago with tasteful changes to the foyer.

    « Meh »

    I've stayed here in the past. The cost is much higher than smaller hotels within walking distance. The amenities are not worth the difference in cost, unless you really really really need that hot tub and treadmill. Personally, somewhere as beautiful as Sandpoint, I'll walk outside and have a look around. This hotel is also RIGHT on the railroad tracks for the amtrak train that blows through in the wee hours. If you're used to trains, no problem. If not, brace yourself. The water view rooms are nice, but again, you can go outside of pretty much any hotel, walk a little bit, and see the water. Much of the shoreline is still publically accessible. the cleanliness is good, but not spectacular. The amenities are nice, but not important to me personally.

    « Great Service »

    Great Service, excellent value and perfect location. This was a business trip to Sand Point, Idaho and we found the Best Western to be friendly, helpful and to have very comfortable rooms. The staff went out of their way to make sure we had everything we needed. We would recommend this hotel for anyone visiting the area.

    « Restful place »

    I appreciate the good service and comfort of the Sandpoint Best Western Edgewater Resort. My room, clean and comfortable, and well situated. Also, the restaurant was a pleasureful place to have both dinner and breakfast, with an excellent menu, service, and food. The view of the lake while I was dining added to the good ambiance. I look forward to a return trip with my family as soon as we can make plans.

    « Okay hotel »

    Dinner was awesome at the hotel - was disappointed that breakfast wasn't available until 7:30 - internet was slow - lighting in room was weird - HVAC was noisy - beautiful place though - I'd stay here again because of the beauty

    « A Place at the Beach??? »

    Being from NC where the beach is just a short drive away, you don't expect to find a beach front hotel in Idaho, but we did. Our room was on the lower level where we had a small patio with a lush lawn leading down to a sandy beach. Room was nice and clean. Hotel staff were helpful and polite. We had breakfast at the hotel restaurant it was great. I had the pancakes and bacon both were awesome.

    « Awesome Views Super Clean »

    Beautiful views of the lake. Room was super clean. All the staff we encountered did their job and were friendly. I would stay here again. I look forward to eating at the restaurant next time, many people in town recommended it.

    « Birthday getaway in Sandpoint »

    We had a great time at the Edgewater in Sandpoint! When we checked in, our room had a very unattractive view of a crane so I called the front desk and the young lady was kind enough to find us another room and even upgraded us! The Trinity Grill is very nice and they also have an indoor pool area with pool,jacuzzi and a sauna. We can't wait to come back in the summer and enjoy walking out to the lake from you room! The hotel is within easy walking distance of many restaurants and shopping... all in all a fun getaway!

  • 4
    « Probably one of the best motels in area, but not as nice as Schweitzer Mountain Resort »

    This Best Western is a good value (the winter prices, anyway, not sure about summer). It is getting old and is nothing fancy, but it was fine for a night or two. We were there in the winter on our way to Schweitzer where we ended up staying for an additional two nights, and the hotel there is much nicer, but of course it was more expensive. The Best Western is right next to the rail road, but the rooms face the opposite side of the tracks, and the hotel has an interior hallway to block the noise, so it did not bother us at all even though I am a very light sleeper. Bed was so-so. Room was clean. We did not eat in the restaurant. I did drive by the Quinta Inn, but it is right on the highway, and the Best Western is right on the lake, off the highway. In the summer, the Best Western would be ideal if you want to swim in the lake, etc. since you can run right outside from the downstairs rooms.

    « Beautiful Setting »

    Stayed at this location during a business assignment so didn't get to explore the environment exstensively. Wished it had included a breakfast service. The adjacent restaurant is not as convenient noris the food spectacular. Rooms and hallways are very chilly. And stairs everywhere would present problems to visitors needing flat levels. Difficult to haul suitcases easily from car-room. But views are gorgeous; staff is very helpful. Not sure they offer goody bags or extra points per your loyalty level as I was offered neither!

    « Wedding anniversary »

    Hubby & I celebrating our 13th wedding anniversary were able to get away for just one night, so we chose Sandpoint for it's close proximity to us, & to be able to explore Lake Pend Oreille. The hotel was comfortable & clean, after hearing it was our anniversary the front desk gal upgraded our room to the bridal suite at no additional charge! Beautiful view! We had brought our boat with us & was able to dock it right at the hotel. I'd definately recommend.

    « Wonderful location »

    We stayed as a family of 4 with 2 kids under the age of 6 and had a great time. The breakfast at the restaurant was amazing and treated the kids well. The pool and spa area were newly renovated and the kids loved swimming in the indoor pool. The location was right on the shore with lake access right outside our room.

    « Weekend getaway »

    Great place to stay, downtown is just a short walk away. Which is a plus your not staying right down in the busyness of town. The rooms have a nice lake view, they also have a nice restaurant and lounge over looking the beach and lake, however I don't think they are part of the hotel. The staff is very friendly and helpful. Don't let the train tracks being close fool you, you can't hear the trains go by in your room. The building is older but pretty well maintained. They also have a nice pool and hot tub also with a lake view. Well worth the stay.

    « Beautiful year round!!! »

    All of the rooms look at the lake. Nice restaurant with outside seating. Waitstaff were great and very accomplished at service! Location is just perfect and they accommodate pets! Lovely king size bed!!!!

    « Best Western »

    For the price it is an average room that has been made to look as if it is high quality with average work done to the rooms and building. The stay was average, assistance was positive. Would probably consider staying again as the location is great.


    Non-disclosure of full charges against credit card at check-in. I.E. $1,200 to secure $300. Was not informed by staff that my credit card was being charged before check-out, nor the amount being charged. The charges were left on the card and then the actual charges were added. Poor quality of beds; One bed was so poor could hardly sleep - stiff and sore every morning. Poor tv services - limited channel selection & no movies. Not a great place to stay if you want to relax and enjoy some down-time. Restaurant is very good and wait staff are excellent.

    « A very Nice Place to Stay »

    We have had multiple day stays here a number of times over the past five years, and we have always found the stay enjoyable.Perfectly located at the lake in central Sandpoint, it's a great jumping off point to visit the surrounding area.

    « Great off season stay »

    Really good deal, excellent location and fantastic restaurant. We were worried when we saw the train tracks out front and trains trundling by every 1/2 hour but once inside our room which no noise at all. All rooms face the lake and away from the tracks

  • 4
    « Couples getaway weekend »

    Hotel room was clean and updated in style. The only flaw I found was the caulking on the tub had separated from the wall and looked fairly cheap compared to the rest of the nice furnishings in the bathroom. King bed was perfectly firm and we could barely hear the train passing nearby. Very peaceful stay. You really should open the restaurant earlier than 9:30 am for breakfast though! Would have loved to have tried your hotel restaurant fare but had to leave the hotel and have Starbucks save the morning for us.

    « last stay at Edgewater Resort »

    wonderful location close enough to go downtown and on the other side just in front of the great lake.Friendly, helpful staff. It's always a pleasure to stay at this Motel, especially in winter. The only issue I was missing was a breakfast.

    « Wonderful Stay »

    The location of this hotel is slightly hard to get to, but once you find your way there, it is beautiful. We stayed for business in November, after the lake level was lowered, but it was still beautiful waterfront views. The grounds are beautiful. The only comment I have is we wished that the hotel restaurant was open earlier for breakfast or a continental breakfast was offered. We had to leave the hotel by 7am and the restaurant was not open. So we had to find a place in town, but it was on the reccomendation of the front desk attendent, and it was delicious. Thanks for maying my business trip such a pleasure.

    « new empty nester couple »

    We were checked in quickly. Got a great room with a king size bed, jet tub, and door to lake. Service was friendly and helpfull. We were very happy with our stay. they didn't have a continental breakfast but had a great resturant attached to the hotel.

    « Birthday »

    Beautiful view and a great location. Hotel is clean with great service. Great location to downtown restaurant and shops. Excellent running and biking trails right out your door that takes you along the lake. Within minutes to Schweitzer ski area which is an Outstanding mountain!

    « "Beautiful and Fun" »

    My family and I stayed about a week at the r.v. park for the 4th. The water, fireworks, and customer service was great! We reserved a spot to go back next 4th of July. The town was fun to explore and the walking trails were great.

    « Will not return »

    On October 10, 2015 my wife and I checked into the Best Western Edgewater Resort in Sand Point, Idaho. We were supposed to stay 3 nights but after having unpleasant things go wrong we left a day early. The toilet overflowed 3 times, the sink would not drain and the bathroom fan would not work. When we checked out we gave the list of the problems to the desk clerk and he indicated that they get lists like this all the time, but the owners will not put any money into the hotel since in 5+ years they will be tearing this down and building a new one. Needless to say we will not return. Robert L Morris [email protected]

    « Hotel and Lounge that is a+ »

    The food a this hotel is wonderful. For breakfast their bacon is baked, not fried with brown sugar. Pancakes were made with orange and vanilla flavoring. So different and so yummy. Dinner Mahi Mahi with pasta in a tomato/vodka sauce. It was amazingly perfect and a large portion.

    « Very Pleasant »

    Wonderful surprise in a small town. Room overlooked the water. Hot Tub was perfect. Food excellent. Within walking distance of town, easy access to recreational trails. Off season price very reasonable. Can't wait to return.

    « Nice view- but no breakfast »

    The room had a great view, but it was hard for us to get there. My husband uses a cane and stairs are hard for him. No elevator and we were on the third level. Also no breakfast offered. One of the few BW without.

  • 4
    « hotel in sandpoint »

    great location. able to walk to everything in town. Located on the water made for a quiet stay. It is also located by a great city park. Staff was friendly. I would stay there again. starbucks up the road.

    « Sandpoint Best Western »

    The hotel needs a redo. The room was old, dirty and not up to Best Western Standards. I would not recommend this facility. I would give it one star in the AAA book. There is nothing more I can add. Blah, blah blah. I need to make this 200 characters to satisfy this review. What else can I say?

    « Comfortable and convenient »

    Clean rooms, right on the lakefront, professional and competent staff, great food. Located so you can walk the local lakefront beach park. Nearby train tracks will be noisy for some, but a soothing sound for us. Overall a perfect establishment.

    « Nice place, nice people, nice view »

    We spent two nights at the BW Edgewater Resort. It is a comfortable, friendly hotel on the edge of town in Sandpoint. The rooms have views of the lake, marina and park. It is only a few minutes walk to everything in the small town of Sandpoint, with the benefit of the lakefront on your doorstep. The room was comfortable. The restaurant, run by a different company, was also very good.

    « Quality by the Lake »

    Just spent my second visit to this delightful hotel on the shore of Lake Pend Oreille. The room was clean and comfortable, the staff is friendly and accommodating. We made reservations for our next trip before we left. Love this place.

    « A Beautiful View of Lake Pend Oreille From a Very Nice Room »

    We stayed 3 nights at this Best Western property and were not disappointed. Our room had a balcony which looked out over a large green grass lawn, a marina full of sailboats and a stupendous view of this large lake with very large hills on the distant shore. This place reminded us of Lake Nahuel Huapi, a huge mountain-ringed lake adjacent to San Carlos de Bariloche, Argentina. Absolutely beautiful. This property is smack on the City Beach public area and is actively used by swimmers, bird watchers, boaters, sailors and picnic-ers. It is in walking distance of several very nice restaurants, coffee houses and shops. It is right next to the restored historic train station (un-manned) which is the only Amtrak station in Idaho. There is lots of train traffic, but the hotel is well insulated and you cannot hear the frequent large freight trains going by close to the front of the property. There is plenty of parking available and the staff was very helpful (they are in the process of mailing me my electric shaver which I left there). The on-property restaurant, The Trinity, serves excellent food with knowledgeable staff delivering good service. the first night there I ordered a New York Strip steak, medium rare, and it was perfectly prepared and absolutely wonderful. I lament the many Kansas City and New York strips I have ordered over the years which turned out to be tired, poor quality sirloins, but this one was right! Lake Pend Oreille is pronounced "ponda-ray".


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