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Hotel 43 Apr 02, 2009
It used to be known as the Statehouse Inn, but now the downtown Boise hotel has a new name and look.
The Hotel 43 is considered a luxury boutique hotel. When I first reserved the hotel, I was curious what exactly boutique hotel meant. In short, it’s just another way of saying it has its own style and very individual from the “chain” hotels.
Hotel 43 got its name because Idaho is the 43rd state, Boise sits on the 43rd parallel and 43 is a prime number, claiming it's unique just like the hotel. I thought there might be only 43 rooms, but there are actually 112. Most rooms offer views of the capitol building, or the foothills of the mountains.
Inside all the artwork is from local artists and focuses on the urban landscape like the Rose Garden or Basque Block. There are two restaurants; the Metro café and the Chandlers Restaurant. They also have the Martini lounge and bar, which had some crazy partying (didn't hurt that there were about 30 raving mad Zou fans celebrating).
The hotel also offers a specialty chocolate with the Idaho huckleberry, which is made right in Boise and only given to hotel guests.
There are not a lot of choices for hotels that are downtown, so I would recommend this one. It wasn't the perfect stay, and they did raise their prices for the tournament, but all things considered, I would stay here again. The service was above average and the rooms were clean, very modern, and appeared newly remodeled.
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Hotel 43 Overview
This Boise hotel is located just a stone's throw from the downtown sites and important venues, and within a few minutes of some of Idaho’s most frequented destinations. The 43 Hotel Boise is near to the vast natural play land of the wilderness surrounding the city, as well as the Boise Zoo, World Center for Birds of Prey, Edwards Theater Complex, Ann Morrison Park, the Factory Outlet Mall, the Idaho Discovery Center, and the Idaho State Capitol building. There are also countless entertainment venues, golf courses, and dining opportunities along the journey through the area, while the working group are within minutes of the Boise Center on the Grove Convention Complex. The airport is less than twenty minutes from the 43 Hotel Boise, and public transport is frequent to this area. Guests are offered car parking on the premises as well.
Guests of the 43 Hotel Boise are afforded quiet and comfort, high speed Internet access, valet laundry, room service, working spaces, luxury appointments, and satellite television.
The 43 Hotel Boise offers a full service restaurant and a lounge and bar area onsite, as well as a business center, ample banquet space, and 24 hour concierge and reception services.
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