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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
I got to my room and the electrical outlets in bathroom did not work even after the electrical guy came up and said he fixed them. So I asked for a different room packed up and moved rooms only to have the heating unit in the room I was moved to sound like a jet taking off on the runway at 1 am and the electrical guy came to the room and said he would have to work on it for a while to see what was wrong and I guess just expected me to not sleep. So I said I am done and went down to the front desk asked for a refund for that night and to checkout and they flatly denied to do anything despite . The food is terrible both taste and quality. The shower had hair in the drain and the room smelled when I walked in. Then to top it off the security called that night (some guy named Eugene ) and interrogated and harassed me saying I had left something in the room but asked me what it was and wouldnâ€™t tell me when I asked and kept asking who I was and what rooms did I stay in and I told him and he said he had made a mistake he had the wrong person and hung up. What a dive this place has turned into. Buyer be ware there is no customer service and they do not do proper maintenance on the electrical or employ competent maintenance or security. I attempted to talk to the management but soon realized I was wasting my time. Never written a review before but this was the worst service I have ever had a any place I have ever stayed.
pdm54 - Spokane, Washington
What a wonderful surprise this hotel was! The hotel has a safari theme, but in a classy and not tacky way. The rooms were spacious and well appointed, including bathrobes. A family of four will not feel cramped in the rooms with two queen beds. We had a room on a high floor overlooking the steam stacks that are lit at night, and even though the train tracks are nearby, you barely hear them. The staff are very friendly and helpful. We would definitely stay here again.
panneoleary - Oregon City, Oregon
My wife and I just spent a great weekend night at the Davenport Tower. We had an oversized king room facing the mall and Historic Davenport Hotel. The neon and street views were a cool flashback to years gone by. We were just completing a 6 week trip down south and none of our other hotels could match the cleanliness and comfort of the Davenport. The walk-in shower was huge and we appreciated the level of refinement throughout the suite. For dinner we had a flavourful mushroom flatbread and shared a smoky baby back-rib meal with a bark only a day in a smoker can create. Our young waitress was personable, extremely helpful and very pleasant. The king sized bed was most comfortable and we had a deep and quiet sleep in our beautiful room. We had such a great time that we decided to return to the Davenport in July to celebrate our 25th wedding anniversary.
Stan W - Minneapolis, Minnesota
The Davenport Tower is a beautiful hotel, however there are some drawbacks for me. I stayed 3 nights for business purpose. Since we're Gold member the $10 fee for wi-fi, water and coffee in the room was waved. The parking garage is across the street and charged $17 per night, then at check out they add tax to that?! Valet was $22 per night. I ate in the bar area all 3 nights and enjoyed it, however the bill at the end itemized the tip. So for my expense reporting I had to enter a line for each tip. I did manage to arrive during happy hour one night and that is an awesome deal...all drinks half price and flatbreads are half price. The place was crowded with business people and I can see why. Every staff I met was awesome. If my spouse ever does travel with me, I'd probably stay here for the location and the ambiance. However, I'll find an alternative parking lot for much less and maybe closer. PS: the Starbucks is connected to the hotel, so can add to bill but can't use Starbuck points or get points.
JanetTJ - Yakima,WA
Amazing view, lobby had a great selection of food and drink. Friendly staff too...definitely go there again! Valet parking was quick and the guys were very nice to visit with. Downtown is literally right outside the door...walking distance to shopping, theatre, music and a beautiful park complete with ice skating. Wonderful trip!!
998jilll - Spikane