The Davenport Tower, Autograph Collection in Spokane, Washington
The Davenport Hotel & Tower first opened in 1914, and has since gone through a glorious refurbishment and addition of the grand Tower making it a landmark property in Spokane, Washington. It is celebrated as a doyenne of the luxury hotel world. While inspired by the spirit of world travel, each bedroom and specialty suite evokes the feeling of coming home. You will relish the sense of tradition, as you sip a martini in The Peacock Room or enjoy fresh seafood and an extensive wine list in The Palm Court Grill.
Despite its small-town charm, Spokane is the second largest city in the state. The 1974 World's Fair put it on the map, but this Eastern Washington treasure has long lured seasoned travelers. From 33 area golf courses to a rich Native American heritage, attractions are eclectic and exhilarating. You might cycle along the Spokane River Centennial Trail past the impressive Spokane Falls, learn about local culture at the Northwest Museum of Art & Culture, or savor the many shops and restaurants that give this destination a delightful cosmopolitan flair.
Location of The Davenport Tower, Autograph Collection
Nearest Airport: GEG
Amenities for The Davenport Tower, Autograph Collection
- General Information
- 284 Guest Rooms
- Room Service
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Spa Services
- Business Center/Services
- Spa & Wellness
Reviews for The Davenport Tower, Autograph Collection
Fantastic place. Great location. Friendly and busy bar. Great happy hour specials. Close to the river walk, park, water falls, and the mall. Steps away from great micro brews, diners, and bakeries. I want to try out the other Davenport's down the street and compare, but will be back.
Gekeler - Minneapolis, Minnesota
If you want to be right down town, close to a lot of every thing then this a great place to stay. They don't have room fridges but a full bar and restaurant on the main floor. You could consider them a little bit fancy but the rooms really aren't anything special. Generally a good nights rest. Although I did have to evacuate the building one night a 1 AM because of a smoke alarm.
MTGiggun - Kalispell, Montana
I was so impressed with my entire Davenport stay!! The staff was exceptional,the rooms clean, loved the valet parking.we took their shuttle and enjoyed a clean ride with a friendly driver..I chose this place because i didnt have to go far for wonderful food. Check out their Safari restaurant.. I have reservations again this year and look forward to the same high quality service!!
This upscale hotel could do so much better. They are going with a great white African hunter motif with stuffed African carcasses that are dusty and poorly kept as design, not to mention the fake elephant heads on the wall in the lobby. For an upscale hotel this was really disappointing. How about beautiful African art and sweeping savannah photos people? Then, as would be typical of thoughtless business managers, they give you the 'lets be ecofriendly and not wash your towels" (to save the hotel money) brochure while providing free coffee by Keurig only. No recycling available. Then on top of the highest hotel rate in the area they demand an additional $10 fee for water and wifi??? Nothing like feeling nickel and dimed while paying top dollar in the city. The decor totally misses the environmental mark and the practices lack any kind of forethought. Additionally, one of my daughter's friends had her underwear drawer swept by a maid and had all her bras taken. They have a thief working there. Not really surprising in Spokane, aka Compton.
Kindal H - United States
Arrived at the start of a big parade so everything was very chaotic. An attendant was placed to help guide us in and valet was very efficient. Lovely hotel lobby and quick check in. Pros: as platinum member we got a 16th floor room. Large room with double king, table/ desk with two chairs can be used for dining, ultra contemporary chair in the corner. Love the low "dresser" under the tv. It has 3 very large drawers and is convenient to open 2-3 suitcases on top. Also the top of the AC/heater is another ledge to place small suitcases. This design is Very well thought out. Also fantastic lighting in room. Sconces near bed plus overhead mini spot lights give great reading light. Plus more placed over desk and reading chair. Wall switch to raise and lower black out window cover. Two btls water provided. Keurig with Starbucks coffee. Wall mounted L'Occitane toiletries(very "green"), large closet. Separate toilet/ shower (huge!) very large vanity. Great lighting for make up. CONS: no executive lounge (big problem), too soft bed, need a frig, need better hotel info, need tea! So annoying when hotels ignore tea drinkers! I asked for tea bags and a hot water kettle. He said whenever I want tea I can call room service. What! Which brings me to the main annoyance: front desk. Would have liked to see a concierge but didn't so I asked front desk for suggestion for a very casual eatery. He directed me their in house restaurant which I already knew was not casual. When I pointed this out, he agreed that it was a "nice" restaurant but I can wear whatever I wanted there. Seriously? I wasn't asking for a dress code. This is a huge hotel and fully booked and they only had one person at the desk. Also, paper cups for the keurig and only two water glasses, no wine glasses. Our window was an immediate 90 degrees from another guest room so no privacy and had to keep blind drawn. A connecting door to that room has no noise baffling. It's next to their bathroom and we can hear EVERYTHING. Also sink is very shallow and does not have a plug. No additional toiletries other than shampoo, conditioner, soap which you might expect from a five star. Overall it's a lovely hotel with great rates and All the problems I mentioned can be easily fixed. If only they will but I doubt it.
PittsburghFamilyof4 - Pittsburgh