The Best Hotels With Pools to Book in Spokane, Washington

Relax after a day of exploring the area at one of the best hotels with pools in Spokane, like Oxford Suites Spokane Valley
Relax after a day of exploring the area at one of the best hotels with pools in Spokane, like Oxford Suites Spokane Valley | Courtesy of Oxford Suites Spokane Valley / Expedia
Photo of Doug Murray
24 November 2021

With the rolling farmland of the Palouse to the south and the foothills of the Rockies rising near the Idaho border to the east, Spokane is considered the gateway to the American West. The city itself and nearby Spokane Valley see more than their fair share of sunny days, especially in the summer. To help you cool off and relax after a day of exploring this beautiful area, you definitely want the best Spokane Valley hotels with pools – now bookable with Culture Trip.

Mirabeau Park Hotel & Convention Center, for pet-friendly comfort

Outdoor dining area and grounds of Mirabeau Park Hotel and Convention Center
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This hotel’s location in the heart of Spokane Valley is as convenient as they come, just off the freeway and a five-minute drive from Spokane Valley Mall. The pool is outdoors, and while it gets some shade for part of the day, it doesn’t matter since it’s heated. You can’t bring your pooch to the pool, but this pet-friendly hotel has a dedicated area for walking your dog or cat. If you want a drink after closing time, the on-site restaurant, MAX at Mirabeau, has to-go kits to make your own mimosa, bloody mary or Moscow mule.

Tru by Hilton Spokane Valley, for fireside chats

Spacious upscale room with two large beds at Tru by Hilton Spokane Valley
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Just down the road from the Spokane Valley Mall and near the Spokane River Centennial Trail, the pet-friendly Tru makes for a great base for exploring the area. The bright lobby is a fun place to hang out and play pool with the new travel buddies you’ll make: alternatively, curl up in one of the funky swing chairs or head outside for a chat around the fire pit. The indoor swimming pool is just the right size for doing laps and like the adjacent hot tub, it’s open until 10pm.

Oxford Suites Spokane Valley, for RV-friendly stopovers

Spacious guest room with couch and desk at Oxford Suites Spokane Valley
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With a host of nearby restaurants running the gamut from Mexican to burgers and brews, Spokane Valley Mall on one side and the Spokane River on the other, you’ll never run out of things to do at this hotel. It’s the perfect stopover for a road trip, too, with charging stations for your electric car, RV-friendly parking and pet-friendly rooms. Have your complimentary breakfast outside, overlooking the Spokane River. After an active day, take a dip in the indoor pool or soak away your exertions in the hot tub.

Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Spokane Valley, for airport convenience

Upscale double queen room with separate seating area at Fairfield Inn and Suites by Marriott Spokane Valley
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Close to the airport and with easy freeway access, too, it doesn’t really matter how you travel when you book a stay at this Spokane Valley hotel with a pool. Said pool is heated and indoors, so you can start and end your day with a few laps. Welcome splashes of bright color in the dining and living areas make the suites everything but bland. Fairfield Inn will happily accommodate your pet, too. Nearby dining is limited, so take a 10-minute drive south to the excellent TT’s Old Iron Brewery & BBQ for ribs and beer, of Craft & Gather for burgers, salads and cocktails.

Holiday Inn Express Spokane-Valley, an IHG Hotel, for easy access to downtown Spokane

Double queen room with red-patterned carpet and curtains at Holiday Inn Express Spokane-Valley
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If you return to the hotel later than you’d planned, the best hotels with pools in Spokane are those where the indoor pool stays open later. Here, you can go swimming until 11pm. This hotel isn’t just for a forgettable stopover, either: your pets can stay for free, and there are two on-site doggie areas. There’s parking for big vehicles like RVs and moving vans and easy access to the freeway, with downtown Spokane and its slew of restaurants an easy 15-minute drive west. Your stay includes a generous continental breakfast spread as well as pancakes, eggs over easy and other favorites.

La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham Spokane Valley, for proximity to conservation areas

Spacious king room with magenta feature wall at La Quinta Inn and Suites by Wyndham Spokane
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While it’s a little out of the way, this hotel is a great choice if you’re traveling in an RV and want a quiet place to recharge. After a long day on the road, the indoor pool and whirlpool make for a relaxing oasis. Purple accent walls throughout the hotel add soothing color. Get your circulation going again in the 24-hour gym, complete with Peloton bikes. There are pet-friendly rooms and plenty of nearby green spaces for walking them, such as the Antoine Peak Conservation Area, less than 10 minutes’ drive away. Chain restaurants surrounding Spokane Mall, such as Black Angus Steakhouse, IHOP and Olive Garden, are also a 10-minute drive from the hotel.

Hampton Inn & Suites Spokane Valley, WA, for proximity to riverside hiking

Large, bright suite with high ceilings at Hampton Inn and Suites Spokane Valley
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Just off the Interstate in the heart of Spokane Valley, road noise won’t keep you awake here. After starting the day with a free hot breakfast of eggs, bacon, pancakes and coffee, head out to explore: the surrounding area offers lots of shopping and dining options, and the Spokane River Centennial Trail is close by. When you come back, the indoor pool and whirlpool will offer just the soothing caress tired muscles need. Surprising splashes of bright color keep things interesting.

For more options, discover our guide on the best hotels in Spokane and book now on Culture Trip.

These recommendations were updated on November 24, 2021 to keep your travel plans fresh.

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