Destinations Inn

Address: 295 Broadway, Idaho Falls, Idaho, 83402, United States | B&B
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Destinations Inn Idaho Falls

    Wonderful Weekend


    We experienced a relaxing and romantic one night stay at Destinations Inn. The service was great and ourhe room (we stayed in the Congo) was amazing. We would definately like to stay there again

    Destination Inn is Great!


    We had a delightful stay at Destination Inn. What a great way to celebrate an annervisary! The room--Rome-- was clean, well lit (when you wanted it to be), the atmosphere of the room and the Inn is very inviting. The staff is helpful. The continental breakfast brought to you room, at a time you chose, is a very nice touch. All in all it was a great stay and would recommand it to anyone.



    Magnificant. Such elegance and attention to detail. I honestly can not say a bad thing about this above all other place. Everyone needs to have this experience. From the time we arrived until we left we were treated like royalty. Everthing was perfect and look forward to returning soon. I am going to get gift certificates for family and friends.

    Great Theme Suite Hotel


    This theme suite hotel pleasantly surprised us. We have stayed in several other theme suite hotels that were very high quality and Destinations Inn matched or exceeded that quality. The outside of the building is nice but very decieving because it pales in comparison to the inside. The rooms are well decorated and we loved the projector tv. Highly recommended.

    Make it your Destination


    I stayed at the Arabia suite. Divine! The Jacuzzi-style tub and in-room sauna were excellent. I loved the decor. Highly recommend.

    Our Stay in the Athens Room


    Our stay was o.k. - the first problem we had was lack of any place to hang clothing or place a suitcase. The second problem we had was the Train Horn off an on all night. If I had known there was a train that ran every few hours during the night I would NOT have booked a room. I will say this: The Room Was GORGEOUS!! We enjoyed the finely decorated room and the paint was incredible!! It would have been helpful to know that this room does NOT have a shower - only a hand held shower sprayer on the bath tub faucet. The breakfast was nice and we enjoyed the sparkling cider left in our room as well as the cheese cake for our enjoyment. Thanks.

    Great Place


    Great accomodations. Great service.

    Beautiful rooms but have seen better service...


    This was my second time at Destinations, last October in Morocco and this year in the Congo. The steam shower was so relaxing and the tub- to die for! The pebble flooring was a bit hard on the feet in the middle of the night and the projector wasn't working. When we called the front desk for assistance at around midnight we were told to push the little button that says Power or maybe unplug the machine and start over.

    "If that doesn't work" she said "I don't know what to tell you."

    I replied, "Oh okay"

    "Well, I don't know what to tell you-sorry."


    For a couple hundred dollars a night, you think they'd train their staff to say something??? It was still a nice stay- better rooms than say the Anniversary Inn in Boise and better pricing. All in all, I hope to return to visit the other suites at some point and the breakfast was very good.

    Romantic getaway at the Destinations Inn


    I had heard many great things about Destinations Inn, so for my husband's birthday I booked a room. What a wonderful surprise! We were wrapped in luxury and beauty! We had the most enjoyable time from the cheesecake left for us in the fridge, the sparkling cider left chilling in the ice bucket, the wonderful breakfast left right at our door the next morning, to the champagne jetted tub and the romantic atmosphere. We highly recommend this wonderful establishment and it's friendly and helpful staff.

    Amazing attention to detail!


    Destinations Inn was fantastic. We were allowed to tour all the rooms when we arrived and they were so beautifully done from the Eiffel Tower shower in the Paris room, the gondola bathtub in the Venice room to the "stream" you walk across in the Thailand room. The staff were very helpful and friendly but gave us our privacy. Breakfast was delicious and delivered to our door. We will definitely return as it was such a lovely night. Would highly recommend to anyone.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Destinations Inn Idaho Falls

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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