With nicknames like the “Gate City” and the “U.S. Smile Capital,” Pocatello makes our hotel’s guests feel welcome in this Idaho town.
At Pocatello’s center is the Idaho State University, home to the Holt Arena, the Stephens Performing Arts Center, and the Idaho Museum of Natural History, where permanent exhibit topics include the history of the Snake River Plain. While folks used to travel along the Oregon Trail to get to Pocatello, hotel guests today can select from a multitude of highways, or simply fly over the nearby Rocky Mountains.
The expansive Ross Park provides a variety of entertainment for guests in our Pocatello accommodations, as the setting for the Pocatello Zoo, whose inhabitants include golden eagles, mule deer and grizzly bears. Ross Park also features an Aquatic Complex and the Bannock County Historical Museum, including the Fort Hall Replica. South of the park, visitors can relax and play a few rounds at the Riverside Municipal Golf Complex.
After a full day, before returning to their accommodations in Pocatello, guests gravitate to downtown’s Main Street or up to Yellowstone Avenue to choose from a selection of Italian and Chinese cuisines, as well as more local fare.