La Quinta Inn Sandpoint

Address: 415 Cedar St, Sandpoint, Idaho, 83864, United States | 2 star motel
 
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This 2 star motel, located on 415 Cedar St, Sandpoint, is near Schweitzer Mountain, Panida Theatre, and 2nd Nature Skate Park.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Quinta Inn Sandpoint

      Reviewed by dasafish

      Big room!

      Reviewed Jun 29, 2014
      by (17 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

      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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      TripAdvisor Reviews La Quinta Inn Sandpoint

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

      Travel Blogs from Sandpoint

      Back in the U S of A

      A travel blog entry by dasafish on Jun 29, 2014

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      We are back in the US tonight! We enjoyed our time in Canada, but it's nice to be in our own country again.

      Today, we left our hotel in NE Calgary and drove to the town of Canmore, Alberta, about 30 kilometers east of the town of Banff, so I could see some more Ammolite pendants. I found one I liked at the Ammonite Factory, so Dan bought …

      Blue Lizard

      A travel blog entry by kschu140 on Dec 08, 2014

      ... for Justin for Christmas. The store was closed when we arrived so we ducked into the shops next door to grab a coffee while we waited and check out one of the little clothing stores, it was lovely. Once some time had passed we headed down to the Blue Lizard, the lady was still out so we waited a little while and just before we were about to leave she arrived back to the ...

      Into the USofA

      A travel blog entry by minnieandme on Sep 05, 2014

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      Border crossing was a breeze. Followed secondary roads through Washington - windy, narrow, minimal barriers or shoulders, but no traffic. Took a wrong exit at Chelewah and went up a ski hill road for about 15 minutes until the engine overheated. Checked my map and saw I was going to end up on a gravel road so I went back down and found a different route into ...

      Day 13: The long way home

      A travel blog entry by tjstaggs on Aug 07, 2014

      7 photos

      ... me from actually beating him. What ensued was a laughter-filled debate about whether or not he'd actually cheated. This was the best indication so far that he was feeling well.

      On the final stretch into Sandpoint, we could see a large wildfire slightly to the north of our route. As we got closer, I could make out a water bomber, but at a greater distance than I normally would have expected. The reason turned out to be that it was a DC-10!!! We ...

      Summer in Review

      A travel blog entry by rayandshima on Sep 22, 2012

      2 comments

      ... just hard to keep up or fit in sometimes.

      beyond that i had some sad and secluded times this summer. it got a little clicky i felt at times with all the resort employees. it was spoken like all were one and together for all social stuff but it truly wasnt this way all the time. i saw people purposely not invited to stuff...and sometimes that person was me. I actually felt the pain and sadness u feel back in gradeschool when u r ...