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
10 South Post Street, 99201, Spokane, Washington
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
This hotel is newly renovated (or just new) and offers nice amenities. The bar and restaurant is hoping and offers a nice selection of wines and cocktails and food options. However the Starbucks cafe is slow in the mornings and offer limited breakfast options. The rooms are spacious and decorated nicely. However I didn't like the cold tile floors throughout the room.
Dina H - Calabasas, California
Not a bad price for a fancy hotel. We stayed while attending a concert. They shuttled us to and from the concert, that in itself was worth the price. Dinner prices were average, breakfast was a little high, but all the food was good. Room was beautiful! First time I've ever been asked to actually see my Triple A card for discount, so have your card with you.
lkgracewalking - Missoula, Montana
My employer booked the Safari Room for a Staff Dinner get together in January 2017, so my husband and I decided to take this opportunity to book ourselves a suite room for an overnight stay instead of driving home (20 minutes away from the hotel). Parking for us, was very convenient, since we used valet service. We wanted our car parked in a safe place when in downtown Spokane at night, so this is a really good service to use. The Sunday paper available for the next day was a welcome bonus. We stayed in Room 1955, which was a really well decorated and artfully designed room. The fireplace was a welcomed sight, we used it during our stay. The bed was comfortable and there was enough room to entertain my colleagues after our dinner. There were robes available for our use, which was what I expected out of an Autograph Collection Hotel. I would say that there were a few things I missed in the category of which this hotel belong. This include very simple amenities like real glasses to use in the bathroom for brushing teeth. The cups provided for making coffee are made of paper (a Quality Inn Suite Room provided real ones, and plenty of it too!). The coffee creamers and sugar available were pre-packaged which means that it was all you get and there was no option for other sweeteners. There was no shower cap available and the bath towels were small. It did not make me feel like I was staying in a Suite room of an Autograph Collection Hotel. I know these are small things that we could easily call room service to fix, but for the price of a Suite room, these little things glaringly differentiate this experience from other Suite rooms that we stayed in, on our travels. And the difference is not in favor of The Davenport Tower, Autograph Collection, I'm sad to say. I always believe that first impression of a good hotel stay can be measured by what you find or don't find in your room.
MimieW - Spokane, Washington
I have to give praise to these folks for some of the best customer service ever received. We experienced a middle of night hiccup, however the morning front desk agent, Lisa was amazing. Front Office Mgr, Jennifer, personally followed up with us as well. Rooms are nice and clean. Housekeeper was good to us with 'extra coffee' 2nd day. I miss the bed! We slept quite well in that big comfy bed. Last but not least, Valet service was superb. Each & every valet was considerate, professional, and fast! We will return!
I found a great deal on their Facebook page to book a night. It is a lovely hotel, and I really like that they are dog friendly. Just heads up for dogs and their people--the only way to get to the elevators to get to your room is through the large, beautiful lobby that also has a bar/restaurant that was VERY full after their Saturday (early) St. Patrick's Day celebration downtown. One of my dogs loved to "talk" as we went through the large space, which people seemed to love and interact with her. We were on the 16th floor, which I was initially worried about with dogs, and getting them outside, but it worked fine. The dog area is across the street, by the parking structure. The room was lovely, but for my husband with sleep apnea, the bed was not good for his situation. The staff were nice and helpful.
BBMT - Missoula, Montana