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where to stay.Eagle Garden hilton or downtown Boise ?

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where to stay.Eagle Garden hilton or downtown Boise ?

Hi,

I am coming for 1 night and a friend recommended staying at the Eagle Garden Hilton. My husband and I like the North End and I was wondering if anyone had a cool hotel to stay at downtown Boise..Thanks.Kathy

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1. Re: where to stay.Eagle Garden hilton or downtown Boise ?

well, the cool new hotel is hotel 43, and then there is the grove...both downtown. check out the linen district, for a cool new place i found to eat...Donnie Macs trailer park food, or something like that. great and fun food. the atmosphere is good...enjoy

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2. Re: where to stay.Eagle Garden hilton or downtown Boise ?

Thank you...

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3. Re: where to stay.Eagle Garden hilton or downtown Boise ?

I agree, Hotel 43 is very chic.

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4. Re: where to stay.Eagle Garden hilton or downtown Boise ?

We had drinks at The Modern in downtown Boise and from what we saw the rooms were really nice. It's an older motel type property that has been renovated and everything looked wonderful. The outside patio was close to the fire pits and they had plenty of heat lamps to enjoy the cooler night.

I would pick downtown vs. Eagle because there is more to do in the area. Unless your friends live near Eagle and you are planning on just spending time with them.

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