What if you want the comfort and privacy of a hotel room, but the authenticity of room sharing?
Locally-owned Hotel McCall, founded in 1897, is the answer. It is designed and managed in a way that invites exploration and an authentic experience of McCall.
The rooms in Hotel McCall are cozy and fun.
Here’s how Hotel McCall is keeping it real for Idaho travelers:
- The library, which features a fireplace, a huge hearth, an oversized leather couch, dark wood shelves, and windows that look out onto the lake, provides an inviting setting to enjoy simply being where you are.
- Cookie “happy hour” in the lobby every evening from 9:00 – 10:00PM. It’s a great opportunity to meet and chat with other travelers.
- Writing desks dot the hallways, offering guests a chance to step out and read or work while their family sleeps inside their room.
- The Art. Oh my, the art. You can wander the halls of Hotel McCall and take a self-guided journey through various periods of history. Huge Spanish Art Deco posters welcome you to the lobby, Romanesque columns and Moorish arches frame the heated pool, and impressionist and traditional western pieces fill the corridors between guest rooms. If your wealthy and sophisticated aunt had a country estate, this is what it would feel like – art curated with intention.
- It’s walkable to everything, located right in the middle of downtown McCall, and adjacent to Payette Lake. In the summer, hit the beach for a quick swim, followed by a gigantic scoop of ice cream at Ice Cream Alley. Go for a pint at Snake River Brewery before settling in for dinner at Rupert’s with a view of the lake, and walk back to your room as the sun sets behind the mountains.
Some hotels isolate you, moored on an island in the middle of a sea of asphalt ringed with busy highways. Hotel McCall puts you, comfortably, right in the middle of it all.
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