La Quinta Inn Sandpoint
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We got a good price; the room is enormous compared to most modern hotels. This is a renovated motel that occupies 3 separate buildings, so I don't know about the condition of the rooms in the other 2 buildings. I suppose the 3 buildings were once 3 separate hotels that are now under La Quinta ownership. Our building also has a nice, roomy laundromat and a fitness center (with treadmill, elliptical, and weight machine) on the ground floor. We will have to go to the main Lobby building for breakfast in the morning.
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