The Best Hotels to Book in Twin Falls, Idaho

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16 December 2021
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It’s tough to narrow down the action-packed activities in Twin Falls. Adrenaline junkies will love the Snake River Canyon – which daredevil Evel Knievel attempted to cross in 1974 – and everyone will be impressed by the towering Shoshone Falls, justifiably known as the Niagara of the West. But relaxing is easy, too – kick back on the town’s coffee trail, or with a local craft beer. Sound good? Here’s our pick of hotels in Twin Falls – bookable on Culture Trip.

Holiday Inn Twin Falls, an IHG Hotel, for central convenience

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If your trip to Twin Falls is set to take in Snake River Canyon, Perrine Bridge and the breathtaking Canyon Rim Trail, this Holiday Inn is in a perfect location, right next to the US 93 Highway. Beyond the spacious suites and complimentary hot breakfast, you can chill out in the pool and hot tub or use the fully equipped gym – or exert yourself at the Magic Valley and Canyon Rim malls across the street.

Hilton Garden Inn Twin Falls, for days spent hiking the mountains

A double bed faces a TV in a room at Hilton Garden Inn Twin Falls
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The Hilton Garden Inn Twin Falls is located in the heart of Idaho’s Magic Valley and boasts a canyon trekking trail in its backyard, so be sure to pack your walking boots and soak up all the sights. Take advantage of the cooked-to-order breakfast to set you up for the day – it can be as hearty or healthy as you please – and if you’re peckish after a day exploring, you can pick up some snacks from the Pavilion Pantry or enjoy a sit-down dinner at the Garden Grille & Bar.

Best Western Plus Twin Falls Hotel, for family-friendly fun

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Finding a family-friendly hotel in Twin Falls doesn’t have to be difficult – the Best Western Plus Twin Falls Hotel is both comfortable and convenient for an action-packed family trip. Just 2mi (3.2km) to the Evel Knievel Snake River Canyon Jump Site, it’s a perfect base for exploring the area’s must-see landmarks. When you’ve had enough excitement, you can enjoy the shopping, museums, planetarium and galleries nearby – all of which will settle your heart rate.

TownePlace Suites by Marriott Twin Falls, for a home from home

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If you can’t bear to be away from a warm brew when on holiday, TownePlace Suites by Marriott offers fully equipped kitchens, so you can feel right at home. You also have access to a 24-hour fitness center, an indoor pool, a whirlpool and a garden with a barbecue grill. It’s an ideal option if you’re traveling with little ones – and the free parking means you can head for all the attractions without the need for public transport.

Hampton Inn Twin Falls, for the shopaholics

A double bed, sofa, chair and desk in a Hampton Inn Twin Falls room

An especially fresh hotel in Twin Falls, the Hampton Inn offers 75 spacious rooms within 900yd (825m) of the beautiful Snake River Canyon – making it a great option for soaking up the famously glorious views. Shopaholics will appreciate the proximity to Magic Valley Mall – just one block away – and when you’re ready to wind down, you can enjoy the indoor pool, hot tub and sauna. There’s even a laundry room.

My Place Hotel - Twin Falls, ID, for thoughtful extras

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Two double beds side-by-side in a My Place Hotel - Twin Falls, ID room
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Experienced in helping guests feel like they’re at home, My Place Hotel specializes in providing everything you could need for a self-catering break. Whip up a three-course dinner in your kitchen – with a full-sized refrigerator, two-burner stove and microwave – and visit the on-site store for a variety of food and drink, as well as a complete lineup of cookware and utensils, just in case you haven’t brought your own. With that said, the central location means that you won’t have to cook every night – the town has lots to offer.

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