Hampton Inn & Suites Coeur d'Alene
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Hampton Inn & Suites Coeur d'Alene
Travel Blogs from Coeur d'Alene
Today's activities centered around Downtown Coeur d'Alene, a pretty town along the shores of Lake Coeur d'Alene. The local walking club gave us maps, water, and hospitality as we strolled around.
The trail took us first through the city park on the lakeshore. Here we saw the first of several statues of Mudgy the Moose and his friend Millie the Mouse. These are characters from ...
... CDA ironman is run. A beautiful beach and park are the start point and transition area, or will be in a month from now. We continued along the shore line and into heart of downtown. We dined at a sidewalk cafe and then strolled along main street where I got a new lens for my camera. I got an 18-135mm lens with a soft hood. Yay!
After our shopping expedition (all of about 20 minutes worth since neither of us really like shopping) we stopped to wash ...
... for the night. Alaska would have to wait for another trip. On the trip back to Whistler, the steering grew even heavier and the seizing was occurring nearly every time the steering wheel was turned--which on switchbacks was limitless. We drove slowly to Whistler checking into a different hotel (This time with A/C!) arriving at 12;45 am We agreed to stay two nights because we were wrecked. Tristan slept to 11:30 and enjoyed the hotel room most of the day. We ...
After breakfast, while mom was getting her things together, Jamie and I quickly made a banner using scrap construction material, marker pens & highlighters to commemorate her big trip. She was surprised when we asked her to hold it up at picture taking time.
We left Jamie's at about 10:00 and drove into Grand Forks where I had the tire pressure checked and picked up a few supplies.
Okey-Dokey - it's time ...
... No dogs were allowed on the beach but we were able to take her out to play a little further down where there was less beach access.
There are very wealthy and very poor parts of town, and our RV park seems to be closer to the latter. The majority of this park is occupied by permanent tenants - hence the photo of the RV with the tractor parked out front! On our drive tonight we followed an older man with an odd bumper sticker - yep, that says ...