23 Best Hotels in Spokane and Eastern Washington, Washington

Churchyard Inn

$ | 206 St. Boniface St., Uniontown, 99179, USA

Registered as a national and state historic site, this 1905 Flemish-style inn, 15 miles southeast of Pullman in Uniontown, was once a parish house for the adjacent church; some of the homey, traditionally furnished rooms have views of the countryside, and one suite has its own kitchen. Book well in advance during WSU games and events.

Pros

  • Welcoming and helpful innkeepers
  • Cookies and wine when you arrive
  • Quiet and scenic location

Cons

  • Two-night minimum on game weekends (but no increase in rates)
  • About 20 minutes from Pullman
  • No TVs in most rooms
206 St. Boniface St., Uniontown, 99179, USA
509-229–3200
hotel Details
7 rooms
Rate Includes: Free Breakfast, Credit cards accepted, Closed Jan. and Feb.

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Columbia River Inn

$ | 10 Lincoln St., Coulee Dam, 99116, USA

The well-appointed rooms all have private decks at this roadside lodging across from Grand Coulee Dam, with easy access to hiking trails and fishing. The seasonal pool, year-round hot tub, and sauna are welcome amenities after a day of recreation. A nice perk: the second floor rooms have views of the laser light show on the dam.

Pros

  • Rooms have microwaves and refrigerators
  • The views are definitely a plus
  • Ideal location

Cons

  • Basic rooms on the small side
  • Some visitors complain about noise
  • No food service on-site
10 Lincoln St., Coulee Dam, 99116, USA
509-633–2100
hotel Details
37 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals

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Comfort Suites

$$ | 1700 E. Kittleson Rd., Moses Lake, 98837, USA

Spacious and comfortable rooms—considered suites because there's a separate sitting area—shine with modern style and conveniences. All rooms have microwaves and refrigerators and five include kitchens.

Pros

  • Modern accommodations
  • Nice swimming pool
  • Friendly service

Cons

  • No restaurant
  • Prices steep during some events
  • A/c units can get noisy
1700 E. Kittleson Rd., Moses Lake, 98837, USA
509-765–3731
hotel Details
60 suites
Rate Includes: Free Breakfast

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Hampton Inn & Suites Spokane Downtown South

$$$ | 675 S. McClellan St., Spokane, 99204, USA

Since it just opened in 2020, this hotel still has a "new" feel to it, with modern amenities and streamlined, if somewhat small, rooms, and the indoor pool and complimentary breakfast make it popular with families. The city views are nice and the location is convenient for anyone needing to be close to Sacred Heart Medical Center, or wanting to be just enough out of downtown to have an easier time of parking, but close enough to go out for a nice dinner.

Pros

  • Indoor pool and hot tub open 24 hours
  • Free self-parking
  • Clean, new rooms

Cons

  • Rooms are basic, though functional
  • No restaurant
  • Downtown is a bit of a walk
675 S. McClellan St., Spokane, 99204, USA
509-867–3676
hotel Details
109 rooms
Rate Includes: Free Breakfast

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Holiday Inn Express & Suites

$$ | 1190 SE Bishop Blvd., Pullman, 99163, USA

You can count on this member of the national chain for cleanliness, comfortable beds, and friendly service, and all rooms include a refrigerator, microwave, and flat-screen TV. The indoor pool and hot tub are welcome features during cold eastern Washington winters. Cookies and milk are a nice treat in the evenings, and coffee and hot cocoa are also plentiful 24/7 and free for guests. Families especially like the spacious rooms and little extras, like board games in the lobby.

Pros

  • Near a walking and biking trail
  • Free shuttle to campus
  • Lovely indoor pool

Cons

  • No restaurant on-site
  • High rates during events
  • Books up far in advance
1190 SE Bishop Blvd., Pullman, 99163, USA
509-334–4437
hotel Details
130 rooms
Rate Includes: Free Breakfast

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Hotel McCoy Pullman

$$$ | 455 SE Paradise St., Pullman, 99163, USA

Modeled with 1959 mid-century design in mind but with 21st century tech conveniences, Hotel McCoy Pullman appeals to multiple generations, and even boomers will appreciate the comfortable beds, welcoming glass of complimentary wine, and retro video games. There's an oatmeal bar with toppings for breakfast, complimentary coffee, and eye-catching murals and art throughout the property—including works by local artists who can sell them without paying commission fees to the hotel. It's a very feel-good vibe all-around and the staff reflects that in their service. The hotel even offers a "kindness" discount—asking customers who book with that rate to do a random act of kindness for someone.

Pros

  • Walking distance to WSU
  • Cheerful and friendly service
  • Modern, new rooms

Cons

  • Can be noisy
  • Outside entrances
  • Rates get high in summer
455 SE Paradise St., Pullman, 99163, USA
833-782–9622
hotel Details
31 rooms
Rate Includes: Free Breakfast

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Inn at Abeja

$$$$ | 2014 Mill Creek Rd., Walla Walla, 99362, USA Fodor's Choice

Set on 35 acres of gardens, lawns, and vineyards, the incredibly stylish, beautifully furnished guest cottages and suites have a serene, relaxing, and secluded feel. With names like the Bunk House and the Chicken Coop that pay homage to their use on the original circa-1900 farm, each accommodation is luxuriously appointed and architecturally stunning. The two-story Hayloft Suite, for example, has a grand staircase that leads up to the light-filled living area and a large outdoor deck with expansive views, while the Carriage House Suite has sitting areas on all three levels and two bedrooms with private baths. The huge five-bedroom Farmhouse can accommodate up to 10 guests. Abeja also has its own estate winery and guests are welcomed with a glass of wine on arrival. The Kitchen at Abeja, led by chef Jake Crenshaw, offers several dining choices for guests, including a multicourse prix fixe dinner in the dining room, box lunches, artisan shared plates, and dinner delivered to your suite.

Pros

  • Two-course breakfast can be delivered to your room or the patio
  • A short drive to both downtown Walla Walla and valley wineries
  • On-site dining at the Kitchen of Abeja

Cons

  • Two-night minimum stay on weekends
  • Fills up fast with repeat guests
  • No children under 13
2014 Mill Creek Rd., Walla Walla, 99362, USA
509-522–1234
hotel Details
8 suites
Rate Includes: Free Breakfast

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Inn at Blackberry Creek

$$$ | 1126 Pleasant St., Walla Walla, 99362, USA

Centrally located, yet with a secluded feel, this 1906 Kentucky farmhouse-style home with cozy, traditionally furnished accommodations sits on a 2-acre lot in a residential area, with Blackberry Creek running through the backyard. Renoir's Studio has a private hot tub for two. For the ultimate in privacy, book the intimate Monet's Garden Suite, which is separate from the main inn and has its own garden and private hot tub.

Pros

  • Wonderful breakfast consisting of several choices
  • Rooms are well stocked with lots of extras
  • Hosts are warm and friendly

Cons

  • Books up fast on wine-event weekends
  • Not walking distance to town
  • No children under 12
1126 Pleasant St., Walla Walla, 99362, USA
509-520–7372
hotel Details
4 rooms
Rate Includes: Free Breakfast

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Inn at Soap Lake

$$ | 226 Main Ave. E, Soap Lake, 98851, USA

Because this inn opened in 1915 during Soap Lake's heyday as a destination for health treatments, most rooms have a soaking tub with the natural mineral-rich water on tap. All of the pleasantly decorated rooms have wet bars with microwaves, refrigerators, coffeemakers, and a supply of dishes and cutlery. The cottages are fully equipped with their own kitchens and have patios where you can enjoy afternoon breezes.

Pros

  • Beautifully landscaped gardens
  • Private beach has lounge chairs
  • Pets allowed in some cottages

Cons

  • Cottages often booked up with return guests
  • Registration desk is not staffed
  • Strict cancellation policy
226 Main Ave. E, Soap Lake, 98851, USA
509-246–0462
hotel Details
28 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals, Credit cards accepted

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Marcus Whitman Hotel

$$ | 6 W. Rose St., Walla Walla, 99362, USA Fodor's Choice

This 1928 hotel is the landmark in downtown Walla Walla, and guest quarters include spacious two-room parlor suites and spa suites in the historic tower building—adorned with Italian furnishings and lots of amenities, these rooms are well worth the splurge. The Marc restaurant has excellent cuisine and a wine list that has won several awards from the Washington Wine Commission. You can sample local wines at the Vineyard Lounge.

Pros

  • Seven boutique winery tasting rooms are adjacent to the lobby
  • Full breakfast buffet fuels you up for a day of exploring
  • Parking and other extras are included

Cons

  • West Wing rooms are standard hotel style
  • No bathtubs in historic rooms
  • Some bathrooms are small
6 W. Rose St., Walla Walla, 99362, USA
866-937–9422
hotel Details
133 rooms
Rate Includes: Free Breakfast

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Montvale Hotel

$$$ | 105 1st Ave., Spokane, 99201, USA Fodor's Choice

In a restored historic building, this intimate boutique hotel has spacious, stylish rooms with comfortable beds, flat-screen TVs, microwaves, and refrigerators. Bathrooms are spacious, too, some with two-headed showers. The second-floor lobby is a welcoming place to read a book or admire the glass atrium and art deco steel canopy. For dining or a nightcap, you need only to walk downstairs to visit  the Gilded Unicorn for two daily happy hours, or catch the free hotel shuttle to recommended restaurants that offer discounts to guests. Complimentary use of bikes offers another way to get around and explore local eateries and downtown sights.

Pros

  • Convenient location in theater district
  • Great value for well-equipped rooms
  • Abundant options for dining and drinking nearby

Cons

  • Noise from trucks, trains, and nearby nightlife can be distracting
  • Very small hotel, so few activities
  • No on-site parking
105 1st Ave., Spokane, 99201, USA
509-624–1518
hotel Details
36 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals

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Oxford Suites

$$$ | 115 W. North River Dr., Spokane, 99201, USA
Located on the north side of the Spokane River, this three-story hotel of well-equipped studio suites is convenient to downtown and Riverfront Park, as well as the Spokane Arena and Gonzaga University. Rooms have mini-refrigerators, microwaves, and coffeemakers; some also have kitchenettes. Flat-screen TVs are standard, and larger rooms have two. The decor is modern, functional, and attractive; granite even makes an appearance in some of the bathrooms. Some rooms have balconies overlooking the river.

Pros

  • Free drinks and appetizers in the evenings
  • Indoor pool, hot tub, sauna, and steam room
  • Airport shuttle available

Cons

  • Two-night minimum stay some weekends
  • Book ahead for popular events
  • Some bathrooms on the smaller side
115 W. North River Dr., Spokane, 99201, USA
509-353–9000
hotel Details
125 rooms
Rate Includes: Free Breakfast

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Riverfront Hotel

$ | 50 Comstock St., Richland, 99352, USA

Given a head-to-toe renovation in 2020, this lodging on the Columbia River has a fresh look and up-to-date amenities (coffeemakers, microwaves, refrigerators, and fold-down ironing units) that make it convenient for both business and leisure guests. There's a seasonal outdoor pool, indoor hot tub and steam room, fitness center, game room, and plenty of activities for kids.

Pros

  • Easy access to trails and parks
  • Pleasant riverfront location
  • Family-friendly vibe

Cons

  • Rooms near the outdoor pool can be noisy
  • Ask for a pet-free room if you have allergies
  • No elevators
50 Comstock St., Richland, 99352, USA
509-946–4661
hotel Details
136 rooms
Rate Includes: Free Breakfast, Credit cards accepted

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Ruby River Hotel

$$ | 700 N. Division St., Spokane, 99202, USA

This sprawling riverfront hotel on 8 acres was reinvented as an urban resort in 2020, with an outdoor swimming pool and hot tub, a lively restaurant, and free live music on the patio in the summer. The streamlined rooms spread across six buildings have calming neutral colors, comfortable furnishings, built-in USB chargers, and hidden-away mini-refrigerators and microwaves. With direct access to the Centennial Trail, it's easy to walk downtown through Riverfront Park, or borrow one of the complimentary bikes. A playground and outdoor games like corn hole make this a great family choice. The excellent on-site riverfront restaurant, Osprey's, is open daily.

Pros

  • Parking is free and a shuttle runs to downtown and the airport
  • Riverside rooms are worth the slight extra charge
  • Convenient to downtown destinations

Cons

  • Can get noisy with sports teams staying here
  • Parking lot view from some rooms
  • No elevators
700 N. Division St., Spokane, 99202, USA
509-326–5577
hotel Details
245 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals

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Sagecliffe Resort & Spa

$$$ | 344 Silica Rd. NW, Quincy, 98848, USA Fodor's Choice

Built on (and into) ancient basalt cliffs 900 feet above the Columbia River, this resort's 15 cliff houses, 12 cavern rooms, and inn are all designed to blend into the natural environment and offer casually elegant, comfortable accommodations with fireplaces, soaking tubs, and other luxuries. For a glamping experience, there are luxury yurts on the hillside. Privately owned lake houses and condos can also be rented through the resort if you need more space or privacy. Tendrils restaurant highlights local produce and Northwest beef and seafood, complemented by Washington wines. There's a wood fired pizza open seasonally and available for take-out; cauliflower crust is an option. A pleasant spa offers an array of treatments, and the river views are stunning from the seasonal outdoor pool. Formerly the Cave B Inn, the new owners have not just renamed the resort but also are offering weekly live music and opportunities for guests to be active outdoors, such as free guided snowshoe tours.

Pros

  • Hikes down to the river and past waterfalls
  • Yurts have views of nearby vineyards
  • Dogs welcome in some units

Cons

  • No local meal options besides on-site restaurants
  • Summer weekend reservations fill up quickly
  • Expensive during concerts
344 Silica Rd. NW, Quincy, 98848, USA
509-787–8000
hotel Details
58 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals

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Soap Lake Natural Spa & Resort

$$ | 236 Main Ave. E, Soap Lake, 98851, USA

This resort on the shore of Soap Lake combines two historical lodgings into one—the former Notaras Lodge with its rustic-cabin style rooms and the Inn at Soap Lake, which originally opened in 1915 and has rooms and standalone cottages. The lodge-style rooms have quirky touches like split-stump stools and beds with log frames, as well as photos and other artifacts from the original owner. Some accommodations have both refrigerators and microwaves; several have whirlpool baths. Outside there's a hot tub, sauna, fire pits, private beach, hammocks, games, and beach toys.

Pros

  • One of the region's most unique lodgings
  • Lodge rooms are like historical museums
  • Lots of outdoor amenities

Cons

  • Not all rooms have lake views
  • Cottages book up early with return guests
  • Some units are in basement
236 Main Ave. E, Soap Lake, 98851, USA
509-246–0462
hotel Details
45 rooms
Rate Includes: Free Breakfast

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The Davenport Grand

$$$ | 333 W. Spokane Falls Blvd., Spokane, 99201, USA

Across from the INB Performing Arts Center and Riverfront Park, Spokane's largest lodging and newest hotel in the Davenport collection features business-friendly amenities (there is a skybridge directly to the convention center) that make it popular with traveling executives. Even the smallest rooms are a spacious 450 square feet with mod furniture, roomy walk-in showers, smart TVs, multiple tech plugs, handy desks, and remote-control blackout shades. The hotel has a fitness center, lounge, coffee bar, and two restaurants. Though there's no pool, guests can use the pools at two other Davenport hotels a few blocks away.

Pros

  • Convenient downtown location
  • Nice views from upper floors
  • Discounted rates often available

Cons

  • Hotel can be noisy during conventions
  • No bathtubs
  • No swimming pool
333 W. Spokane Falls Blvd., Spokane, 99201, USA
800-918–9344
hotel Details
716 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals

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The Davenport Lusso

$$ | 808 W. Sprague Ave., Spokane, 99201, USA

With a name that's Italian for "luxury," you won't be surprised that this European-style hotel combines elegant furnishings and many modern amenities like flat-screen TVs. It's an intimate and elegant getaway, enhanced by gleaming marble floors, graceful archways, and babbling fountains in the lobby. There is a small fitness center, and guests also have access to the pool and fitness center at the Historic Davenport Hotel across the street.

Pros

  • Suites are tasteful and elegantly appointed
  • Access to amenities at sister property
  • Attentive service

Cons

  • Standard rooms aren't as special
  • Some rooms face an alley
  • Daily amenity fee
808 W. Sprague Ave., Spokane, 99201, USA
509-747–9750
hotel Details
48 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals

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The Davenport Tower

$$$ | 111 S. Post St., Spokane, 99201, USA

The lively Safari Room Grill has delightful scenes from the African savanna, and that motif continues through the rest of this 21-story tower. For example, many of the extremely comfortable rooms and suites have leopard-print pillows on the cloud-soft beds, along with luxurious furnishings and modern amenities like flatscreen TVs. Baths have marble showers and vanities. There's a pool, hot tub, sauna, and fitness center.

Pros

  • Downtown location in the heart of the action
  • Very affordable rates off-season
  • Jungle theme is fun for kids

Cons

  • Noise from nearby trains and other rooms
  • Parking is expensive
  • Inconsistent service and cleanliness
111 S. Post St., Spokane, 99201, USA
509-789–6965
hotel Details
328 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals

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The GG Walla Walla

$$$$ | 922 Bonsella St., Walla Walla, 99362, USA

This luxury inn a block from Whitman College was opened in 2022 by twin sisters, Connie and Karrie, who bought the 1909 Arts and Crafts–style mansion that previously operated as the Green Gables Inn and quickly set out to transform it with their new vision of social connection and showcasing their art and antique collections. It sits among flowering plants and shrubs on a quaint, tree-lined street and offers five freshly decorated guest suites. The LV Suite has its own Louis Vuitton trunk (Carrie is a collector and her Louis Vuitton items are lovingly displayed throughout the house), while the Green Suite pays homage to the house's original owners, the Greens. The unique Beverly Hills–style Cabana is for groups, with four double beds and a kitchenette. Guests are welcomed with a glass of champagne and tour of the home, and can arrange the services of the on-site chef for dinners if they'd like.

Pros

  • Very friendly and communicative hosts
  • Lots of opportunities to socialize with other guests
  • Delicious gourmet breakfasts

Cons

  • No pets or children
  • Only open part-time
  • Not for people who don't want social interaction
922 Bonsella St., Walla Walla, 99362, USA
425-647–8245
hotel Details
6 suites
Rate Includes: Free Breakfast, Closed Jan., Feb., and Sun.–Tues.

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The Historic Davenport Hotel

$$$ | 10 S. Post St., Spokane, 99201, USA Fodor's Choice

More than a century old, this longtime landmark known for its stunning ballrooms and public spaces reopened in the early 2000s with beautiful accommodations featuring hand-carved mahogany furniture and fine Irish linens, marble bathrooms with big soaking tubs and separate showers. The gorgeous Palm Court Grill is acclaimed for its delicious breakfast choices (they open daily at 6 am for the early birds) and dishes like the crab Louis salad, slow roasted prime rib, and wild Alaskan halibut. There's also a spa, swimming pool and hot tub, and 24-hour fitness center.

Pros

  • Historic restoration makes it one of the city's jewels
  • Abundant amenities make it feel like a resort
  • Art gallery in lobby

Cons

  • Some guests have noted service issues
  • Can hear trains at night from some rooms
  • Extra charges can add up
10 S. Post St., Spokane, 99201, USA
509-455–8888
hotel Details
284 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals

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The Wesley Walla Walla

$$$ | 228 E. Poplar St., Walla Walla, 99362, USA

This restored Victorian mansion has 12 self-catering suites that are comfortable, colorful, spacious, and unique; nine have a queen or king bed and sleep two, while the other three have two bedrooms plus a kitchen and accommodate up to five. There's a cool basement lounge called the Lucca Lounge that has a speakeasy feel and is great for enjoying a glass of wine. The shared kitchenette is convenient. The outdoor shared area—called the Lucca LuxeScape—is a showstopper, with gardens, pergolas, colorful decor, string lights, comfortable outdoor daybeds, and other patio furniture, two hot tubs, and an 8-foot "cowboy pool." 

Pros

  • Wonderful location close to town
  • Fabulous outdoor spaces
  • Spacious suites

Cons

  • Can sometimes hear noise from other rooms
  • No on-site host
  • Breakfast not included
228 E. Poplar St., Walla Walla, 99362, USA
509-676–7846
hotel Details
12 suites
Rate Includes: No Meals

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Tru by Hilton Spokane Valley

$$$ | 13509 E. Mansfield St., Spokane Valley, 99216, USA

This hotel is a convenient stop if you're heading to Idaho or other points east, since it has easy access to Interstate 90 and rooms that are modern and functional. The rooms have a minimalist feel but are new and comfortable, if a bit small, and the hotel has bright decor and nice options for recreation and socializing, including an indoor pool, a colorful lobby with fun lounging chairs, pool table, and board games, and an outdoor patio with fire pit.

Pros

  • Amenities encourage socializing
  • Across the street from a lovely park
  • Non-summer rates are greatly reduced

Cons

  • Distance from downtown
  • No eateries on site
  • Train tracks nearby
13509 E. Mansfield St., Spokane Valley, 99216, USA
509-782–9878
hotel Details
92 rooms
Rate Includes: Free Breakfast

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