Idaho

Hotels in Idaho

A premier mountain-biking spot.

With five almost surreally charming 12’ x 14’ wood-frame, canvas-wall tents (each with an outdoor kitchen with cold running water, a propane stove, and an iron fire pit), U-pick vegetable gardens, and antique claw-foot rolltop tubs for plein-air bathing, Butters’s B&B celebrates glamping (gla

Imposing lakeside resort at the base of the Bitterroot Mountains in the heart of town, with some of the state's best golf courses.

The hotel leads two-hour trail rides (and half-hour sleigh rides in winter).

Microsoft cofounder Paul Allen bought the ranch in 1993. The two-story log cabin Moderne lodge on 4,000 acres has only seven guest rooms, a 45-horse stable, and the vaulted main lounge has a towering window with a spectacular view of the Tetons.

Choose from plush jewel-tone suites or cottages with full kitchens.