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“Welcome to the Holiday Inn Pocatello”“With easy access to I-15 and I-86, Pocatello is the Gateway to the West. Our hotel is the
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“Stay Your Way in Idaho Falls”“Nestled in Eastern Idaho in Bonneville County, our Holiday Inn Express hotel in Idaho Fal
Posted by: Holiday Inn Express and Suites

“Located in the New Snake River Landing Area”“Welcome to Our Extended Stay Hotel In Idaho Falls, Idaho Make yourself at home at the Can
Posted by: Candlewood Suites Idaho Falls

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“Have Never Been So Upset By The Way We Were Treated.”Non-Member, Reader - “When looking around for a hotel room to stay at along the S
Said about: GuestHouse Inn & Suites

“Nicer Than The Chains and Great Price.”Scott, Jackson - “Great place! Rooms was nice and clean, better than the chai
Said about: South Fork Inn Idaho Falls

“Jared's Wild Rose Ranch”Kim, Santaquin - “We have stayed at Jared's Wild Rose Ranch on three differen
Said about: Wild Rose Ranch

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Bonneville County's Idaho Falls -- originally known as Taylor's Bridge, then Eagle Rock -- was discovered and settled by fur traders navigating the adjacent Snake River. Surrounded by mountains and forests in an almost mile-high valley, even urban Idaho Falls offers rare glimpses of North American wildlife. Occupied originally by the Northern Piute and Shoshone-Bannock Indians long before 1805 mapping by Lewis and Clark, prospectors eventually discovered gold in the Snake River and came to settle. Like their ancestors, Idaho Falls residents place a high value on quality, quite evident in public schools, civic parks, and cultural venues, as well as in the balance between untouched wilderness and economic development. Varied restaurants specialize in homestyle to gourmet, and adventure awaits nearby at Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton National Park, and Craters of the Moon National Monument. Lodging accommodations include some 1,800 rooms at more than 20 properties from inns to chain motels and hotels.

We have organized our listings of Idaho Falls's local hotel accommodations into several geographic areas and alphabetically. You can begin browsing for hotels in the Greater Idaho Falls area by selecting one of the links shown below.

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·Idaho Falls
Hotels in the Idaho Falls area that is served by Fanning Field Airport (IDA) located 2 miles NW of the city.
Hotel options located due south of Idaho Falls in Pocatello. This area is served by Pocatello Regional Airport (PIH) located 8 miles NW of the city.
·Surrounding Communities
Hotels in communities surrounding Idaho Falls including Montpelier, Rexburg, Island Park and others.

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Area Facts: The hydroelectric plants around Idaho Falls are supplied by a man-made diversion dam, and supply the area with over half of its power requirements at relatively low cost. The area code for the state of Idaho is 208.

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