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Best Western Edgewater Resort
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Reviewed March 29, 2012

Clean and spacious room with an amazing view of the lake with the mountains as a backdrop. The bed is very comfortable, and the interior is up-to-date. The price is great for what you get, and the location is great as it is within walking distance to town. I would definitely return here.

  • Stayed: March 2012, traveled with family
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Thank VaneTravels
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Reviewed March 12, 2012

We have stayed at this hotel in the past, and it continues to please us. Even though we were staying on points redemption, everyone treated us like they were pleased to have us there. The room was clean and well presented and the view in the evening over the lake was fine, and the sunrise was fantastic. If you go the first time, you may wonder about the closeness of the railway, but the design of the hotel eliminates any noise. The restaurant in the hotel is also very fine, with great service, good food, and a great location right on the best view along the lake. Great value for the money, and we look forward to going back sometime soon.

  • Stayed: March 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank godavidgo
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Reviewed January 23, 2012

Our stay here was great! Nothing like some of the negative reviews we read prior to booking. It started off with outstanding customer service from Becky at the front desk (very rare in this day and age!) both over the phone prior to our arrival, as well as during our stay. She was so helpful and friendly!!! The room (One King bed with lake view) was in great condition, up to date, clean and comfortable with an amazing lake view, recommend asking for that. Nice, big indoor hot tub and pool for some post skiing relaxing. We really like that this hotel was in walking distance to the train station as well as down town Sandpoint, (only about a 4 min walk) which is such a cute, welcoming town. We will definitely be returning! Thank you for everything!

Room Tip: Ask for a lake view room, the view is breath taking, even in the winter!
  • Stayed: January 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank Brittney H
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Reviewed October 22, 2011

We arrived at Edgewater, Sandpoint tired and with a little trepadation as most recent reviews had commented on the musty smells. Whilst it's true there was a slight foisty smell in our room, there were workman on site attending to the issue and the smell was only initially noticeable.

Our room was very spacious, although the bathroom less so but we had terrific views over the lake and a small balcony to sit out on if the weather had been better. We made full use of the pool, spa and sauna and this was lovely and refreshing. We ate out on the evening although we understand the adjacent restaurant has a good reputation with locals.
Due to it's location and ease of parking etc would not hesitate in staying here again.

  • Stayed: October 2011, traveled as a couple
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3  Thank NorthumberlandTopCat
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Reviewed October 1, 2011

We ended up unexpectedly in Sandpoint on a Saturday afternoon with no hotel reservations, two dogs, and a 93 year old who was fading fast. The Best Western Edgewater had the last pet room in town and although it was more than we usually spend (LaQuinta is a great deal for dog travelers), we took it. The room was on the ground floor on the wing farthest from the lobby with a small patio overlooking the marina, bay and mountains. The sliding doors opened to a large grass area where my normally aloof Maltese fell madly in love with Charlie the Canadian Westie next door. Super easy early morning and late night constitutionals for the beasts from this room.

The best part of our stay (besides the view and warm water swimming in the lake) was the amazing food from the restaurant. We ordered room service twice and ate on the patio watching the moon rise over the sailboats. I like to cook, and resent paying for expensive meals unless it's better than what I can make at home. We had Portuguese Clams and a shredded pork burrito with a mole-syle sauce, both of which were fantastic, and crawfish chowder that, seriously, I would consider driving six hours back there to have again. Amazing flavors. There are also other great restaurants within walking distance.

I am extremely sensitive to mold and musty rooms so I was apprehensive about staying here because of other reviews, but our particular room had no problem with this. A/C worked fine, it was 90 degrees outside, and I like rooms cool. One potential problem for this set of ground floor rooms (a floor below the main parking area) is no elevator to take suitcases up and down. You have to carry them on the stairs. This meant I had to carry my Dad's oxygen concentrator machine which was a bit of an ordeal. I didn't hear the trains, but that's probably because the oxygen concentrator is louder than anything BNSF could send by.

For us, the dog friendly space, the great food and the stunning view made up for the other inconveniences.

Stayed: September 2011, traveled with family
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