This renovated studio is part of a 1906 home on Spokane's beautiful South Hill. The neighborhood boasts picturesque parks, streets lined with beautiful Victorian and craftsman homes; with coffee shops and local restaurants interspersed. This studio has it's own entrance and is very peaceful and quiet—ideal for one or two guests. Fully equipped with air conditioning and all needed amenities for a very comfortable stay.
“It’s a Lovely little suite - so close to everything in the city and in a really safe feeling neighborhood. Bed was very comfy- love that there is no foot board as a very tall person. Easy to get in and out of and I appreciate how close the Parking is to the suite. Well worth the price.”
An affordable indulgence in a quiet locale near downtown & Spokane Valley. On Sacred Grounds offers traditional hospitality with modern amenities.This lower South Hill private accommodation incl. a bedroom w/queen bed, a separate room with couch/futon, adjoining bath, & living room w/private mini-refrigerator, TV, piano & shared access to full kitchen(over 500+ sf). Comfort & relaxation reigns supreme.Hot breakfast avail. when schedules permit & incl. omelette, French Toast, pancakes, & more.
“I enjoyed the 2 rooms, clean kitchen and bathroom and extra space to spread out. Elaine was a gracious host and very responsive to my needs.”
My place is close to Everything! You will be only 3-4 blocks from the city center, Bars, restaurants, and river front park. The knitting factory concert house and the Fox Theater are across the street. You’ll love my place because of the ambiance, the newly finished interior, the neighborhood. My place is good for couples, solo travelers, business travelers, and families (with kids). The Bedroom has a queen sized bed with a brand new mattress and the living room has a fold out sofa.
“This was a really cute, spacious one-bedroom. This comes with everything you'd need to cook a full meal and put the toaster/coffee maker to good use every morning. The table was great for playing a couple board games or eating a home-cooked dinners. The bed and pillows were memory foam and despite being close to the railroad tracks we slept quite peaceably. The location is amazing, walking to much of the downtown is super convenient. Getting to the Monroe Street bridge was only like 5 minutes away and Riverfront Park maybe just over that. On one of our down nights we decided to go check out the neighborhood and found the local news station adjacent to a brand-new brewery. As far as breweries go, there seems to be about half a dozen within a block or two. The parking felt a little sketchy at first since there are homeless people that hangout right under the railroad tracks but we stayed for a week and didn't have any problems. It was quite nice to have a dedicated parking spot where we did not have to feed meters or pay to valet on top of a costly hotel stay. We hosted a couple friends for a board game night and they commented that they'd much rather get a nice Airbnb like this than spend all the money to stay at the Davenport for their next anniversary. We would recommend this to anyone looking for a nice, relaxed stay in downtown Spokane.”