Modern Hotel

États-Unis / Boise / Idaho

If you cross Idaho, made ​​a stop at the Modern Boise, as everything in this former Travelodge motel exudes comfort and retro Mid-Century style. Everything but room Jacuzzis, a very 21st century addition. The Modern Hotel is a small oasis with modern and comfortable rooms and suites have a deliciously retro side with their teak furniture, lamps Nelson and their amazing bright colors. All have large tubs or rain showers, alarm clocks with iPod jack and Aveda bath products. The suites even feature a kitchenette, ideal for an extended stay. Prices are quite reasonable and the landscaped courtyard also serves as a meeting point for customers with a drink at the Modern Bar, which is probably one of the best martinis in the state. Located in booming Linen District, the Modern Hotel is close to a large number of shops, restaurants and cafes, as well as the most iconic building in the area, the Linen Building, which houses the class creative burgeoning Boise. And of course, you are surrounded by thousands of acres of greenery, so much so that the majority of the Modern Hotel customers certainly as a final destination of national parks in the region. It is not yet Portland or Seattle, but for the adventurous and thrifty, the Modern Hotel is certainly the best vantage point for the development of Boise. Boise, also known as the City of Trees, Gem State capital (or if you want the Potato State), has been slow to emerge as a modern and fashionable city.