Montvale Hotel, Spokane

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The Montvale Hotel, the premier boutique hotel destination in Spokane, sits amid the bustling West First Avenue, at the center of an emerging arts and entertainment district. Dozens of restaurants, theaters and music options are all within a short walk from the hotel. Today, the Montvale Hotel has been reborn into a dynamic new hotel destination. Its historic look, coupled with fashionable amenities makes the Montvale Hotel a premier spot for fun, excitement and most importantly ? a night of good rest. The art deco steel canopy at Montvale, designed and built by Spokane artist Hazen Audel, the two story grand lobby featuring a large fireplace and cozy furniture, and the second and third floor glass atrium all give the hotel a distinctive atmosphere. You will be left with a lasting impression from the unique mix of contemporary and historic furnishings in a classic setting. Built in 1899 as the first in a series of buildings along West First Avenue, the Montvale Hotel remains one of the most visible buildings in the area. The Montvale stands as one of the best examples of Spokanes development at the turn of the century. With the demolition of the Pennington Wing at the Davenport Hotel, the Montvale has gained the distinction as the oldest hotel in Spokane. Though the architect is unknown, Montvale was built for John Binkley, a local judge. The Montvale Hotel was built to provide temporary housing for the swelling influx of miners and laborers to the Spokane area at the turn of the century. After years of use as a hotel and a youth hostel during Expo 74, the hotel sat dormant for 25 years. ConoverBond Development President Rob Brewster bought the building in 1996 and restored the historic building to its original use. After ten months of construction, the Montvale Hotel opened January 2005 as the premier hotel in Spokane. The hotel offers 2 handicapped-accessible rooms. Please make sure and request one of these if one is required.
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  • Pets Allowed
  • Common/Public Areas Accessible to Wheelchairs
  • Pet Fee Ind
  • Common Area Wireless Access