The Historic Davenport, Autograph Collection
What We Love
- Plush beds outfitted with Frette linens
- A 5,000-piece stained glass ceiling and stuffed peacocks in the Peacock Room Lounge
- High-tech CACI Ultra facials in the Davenport spa
What To Know
- Not every room has a bathtub
- Self-parking is almost as expensive as valet parking
- The hotel caters for weddings and large corporate groups
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
A regional treasure, the Davenport Hotel opened in downtown Spokane in 1914 and is now a grand city landmark. Guest rooms have historical flourishes like toile curtains, stately armoires, and elaborately carved headboards. The hotel’s contemporary younger sister, the 21-floor Davenport Tower, opened across the street in 2007 with a safari theme that celebrates world travel—the foyer houses gold leaf rhinoceros and hippopotamus statues. They share an elegant all-day grill, peacock-themed lounge, and results-oriented spa.
In the Area
Both the Davenport Hotel and the Davenport Tower are in downtown Spokane’s theater district, close to the Bing Crosby Theater and the Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox, which hosts touring Broadway musicals, ballet performances, and symphony concerts. Also nearby is Steam Plant Square, a renovated factory that’s now home to hot tech companies, indie boutiques, and destination restaurants like the Steam Plant Grill, a brewery and restaurant.
How to Get There
Totally refurbished grand hotel in the heart of Spokane. Service was excellent all around! Rooms are large and clean and well-appointed. Restaurants and other hotel amenities are very good. This is not a 5-star hotel, but for a 4-star hotel, it really is tops. You wont regret booking here if you are going to Spokane.
We got caught up in the bad weather last week driving from Seattle to Montana. Booked a room last minute online. Greeted by a wonderful welcoming staff after a long day of tough driving . Our 80lb golden retriever was welcomed . We had a top floor room with fireplace, oversized bathroom and huge four poster bed. Beautiful views of downtown Spokane.
Headed to the Peacock lounge for dinner and drinks. Downtown is very clean and safe. We felt fine walking in dog after 10:00pm downtown. Big mall and park close by as well as lots of great coffee shops and restaurants.
Grabbed Starbucks in the lobby for a quick breakfast. Next time, we’ll plan a little extra time to try out the spa and the brunch.
We stayed for one night in a top floor room. The room was nice. Excellent shower, empty fridge, comfy 4 poster bed, accessible plug holes, big enough to store you bags without tripping over them.
There was a waffle blanket in the cupboard and a fireplace which was much appreciated.
Being on the 14th floor, it was very quiet.
The hotel interior is lovely and if they aren't occupied, you should take a look around the hall of doges and ballroom.
We drank at the Peakcock bar which was lively.
If we're ever back in Spokane, we will probably return here.
This Hotel is a must see if staying or even driving through Spokane. It has great historic value and the building will just wow you. Everything has been nicely updated and the beds are comfy. You must have the Sunday Brunch if you are staying on the weekend.
Huge shoutout to Taylor at the front for his problem solving skills! He was great! We wanted to be near my parents and he looked at every options to see what would work best. We ended up next door! Thank you!!!! Even though we downgraded, we loved the room and the beds were so comfortable! Would definitely come back!