Hotels Offering Holiday Packages New Year’s Eve Deals Often Include Dinner, Entertainment
Many of the area hotels offer a variety of New Year’s Eve overnight packages for couples.
Some are already sold out, so call ahead for your options.
The couples package at Cavanaugh’s Inn at the Park includes accommodations in the Main Wing, dinner and entertainment. Call (800) THE-INNS for reservations.
Cavanaugh’s River Inn’s package features an overnight stay, dinner in the Shoreline Room and dancing to Mumbo Jumbo. Call (800) THE-INNS for reservations.
The Red Lion City Center, formerly the Sheraton, offers two packages. The first includes overnight accommodations as well as dinner and entertainment in the grand ballroom. The second is accommodations and entertainment in JJ’s. Call 455-9600.
There’s a couple of packages to choose from at the Shilo Inn. The first is an overnight package for couples, good for dinner and dancing. The second is the same one except for four people. Included is a room for four. The hotel also has packages for dinner/entertainment and just entertainment. Call 535-9000.
The package at the Best Western Templin’s Resort in Post Falls encompasses dinner, entertainment, accommodations and brunch. For reservations, call (208) 283-6754.
The Coeur d’Alene Resort has only a few packages left. Call (208) 765-4000 today.
The Ramada Inn offers three packages for couples, ranging from overnight lodging, dinner and entertainment to just dinner and dancing. For reservations, call 838-5211.
At the Holiday Inn in Coeur d’Alene, couples can feast on a prime rib dinner, dance the night away to AM-FM, spend the night in a deluxe room and enjoy a late checkout. Call (208) 765-3200 for reservations.
The Red Lion Inn in the Valley has a package that features, dinner for two, music from Men in the Making, deluxe accommodations, New Year’s Day brunch and more. For reservations, call 924-9000.
The Friendship Inn/Spokane House has a few packages, including dinner, entertainment and lodging. Call Vivi at 838-1503 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. today.