August 13, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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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
The front desk was courteous and efficient. The room was spacious and clean but honestly the decor was a bit..well how should I put this? Not what I would have expected from this group of Davenport hotels. I did witness an application for laminate surfaces that I had never seen before. When checking out I was assessed a $10 and change 'destination fee'. I inquired what it was for - bicycles, and shuttle service and one other amenity. Something I which I had known about in advance and probably not something business travelers would likely use. My question is, why not just roll it into the price of the room? If felt a bit nickle and dimey. Next time I have business in Spokane I will certainly consider a Davenport property but I will likely choose another one from the group.
Molly M - Bainbridge Island, Washington
No matter what the occasion, if in Spokane, WA, I try and stay at the Davenport Tower. We have stayed in the older part and the Towers and we prefer the Towers. It is new and modern with very stylish fixtures. It suits me. The Hotel is easy walking to restaurants and shopping. Love this place.
Gidge111 - Lakewood, Washington, United States
Stayed here on our second night in spokane. I wish this place was available all the nights we were here. Lots of things within walking distance. Staff was great from the moment we pulled up to valet to check out. Even just calling the operator was a pleasant experience. Room was very clean and spacious. I loved the walk in, open shower and the hardwood floors. Had a bar downstairs before going to bed and a place to get coffee and muffins in the morning. They also had a nice indoor pool to get the kiddies tired.
MaMa6363 - Puyallup, Washington
Stayed one night but it was beautiful. Very easy to find. We did valet parking ($22) verses self park for ($17) due to the ease of valet. Self park is across the street and with the one way streets not easy to get to. We drove to Anthony's for dinner. It is a seafood place but had amazing steak and a view of the falls. Also, walked to Satellite for breakfast. The coffee shop in the lobby has Starbucks coffee but is not a Starbucks so you can't use your app or gift cards. No worries, the coffee was still good. The rooms are very spacious. The beds are soft and comfy. The shower was big enough for 4 people. As large as the room is it would have been nice to have a small loveseat instead of a chair but it was fine for one night. The hotel is very well appointed and comfortable.
DDT33 - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
We were only in town for a night, and we wanted to stay downtown. This hotel's staff is terrific, and the waitstaff in the bar and lounge are just the best. The hotel is very pretty, and the rooms are very comfortable. The front desk person explained that the Davenport Tower is known for its beds--and you can order a mattress. We didn't--but it was a very nice, comfortable night's sleep. The bathroom shower is just lovely and the entire experience was first rate. I understand that each of the Davenport hotels have a different theme, and this one is not the Grand Hotel, which is across the street. Rates were lower than the other hotels in the group. Other than the mattresses, I couldn't discern what the theme was. But it was a very pleasant stay, and everyone was very friendly.
Karen H - Ambler, Pennsylvania