Ratings based on 3 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.7 Room cleanliness
4.3 Service & staff
4.0 Room comfort
4.3 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
Recommendedby A verified travelerfrom North Idaho
Great getaway at a very affordable price -Posted May 23, 2007
What a nice surpise! Great pleace to stay while on pleasure or business. Unique rooms w/great service!
Recommendedby A verified travelerfrom san diego
specialty hotel theme roomsPosted May 2, 2007
Recommendedby A verified travelerfrom Long Beach, CA
Theme based rooms for a romantic get-awayPosted Aug 23, 2006
The Anniversay Inn is just that, a place that you can take the spouse for a weekend to reconnect or as part of an anniversary or honeymoon. The place is more like a bed and breakfast than a hotel. Each room is designed on a different theme. Their website has pictures of the different themes, but the pictures really don't do it justice. We checked in late and since I didn't request a particular room were assigned the Fisherman's Wharf room. Its cute, large painted mural of a wharf with pelicans on one wall, queen sized bed, very comfortable with the frame designed like a wooden power boat. Service was great, complementary breakfast for two was a warm croissant filled with ham & cheese, cinnamon roll, and 2 fruit yogurt parfait with choice of juice and coffee. Upon check-in you're asked to fill out a card asking when you want breakfast and what choices of beverage. Delivery to the room was unabtrusive. A simple knock on the door and when you open the door you grab the tray. The staff doesn't wait around for a tip. The front desk acts as the concierge and can arrange for massage thereapist to come to your room. This being Boise, Idaho the night life is limited and the staff weren't able to recommend places for dancing. 8th & Main Street downtown has a number of places but its more college oriented. If you book a room, try for the enchanted forest, capital room, or carriage room they are all very elegant.