Hotels in Twin Falls,

Idaho

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Hotels in Twin Falls to Explore the Great Outdoors

Just like the name implies, Twin Falls is a city full of nature's beauty, including waterfalls, stunning cliffs and endless outdoor trails. Found at the gateway to the Snake River Canyon, the natural wonders have earned parts of this region the nickname "Niagara of the West" for the plunging canyon walls, vistas and scenic bluffs. The best hotels in Twin Falls invite you to explore the great outdoors and the unique attractions the city has to offer.  

Twin Falls Hotels Where Nature is Waiting

Found on the scenic campus of the College of Southern Idaho, The Herrett Center for Arts and Science is a fascinating destination with immersive galleries and hands-on activities. Browse six galleries dedicated to fossils, ancient tools, and Native American cultural items. The Faulkner Planetarium and Centennial Observatory offer unique astronomy experiences and an extensive collection of art that covers contemporary works. 

Named for the founder of Twin Falls, The I.B. Perrine Bridge is a must-see site where history was made and modern technology stuns. The four-lane pedestrian bridge is 1,500 feet long, spanning the beautiful Snake River Canyon. The towering walkway offers spectacular panoramic views and is also a popular destination for BASE jumpers from around the world who use the country's eighth tallest bridge as a platform for daring adventures. The bridge is famous for being the last and most daring jump Evil Knievel attempted in a failed attempt to jump Twin Falls across the Snake River Canyon. Snap a picture with the monument dedicated to his memory for the perfect memento of your trip to town. 

Top Twin Falls Hotels to Discover Idaho

Centennial Waterfront Park is the heart of the city and the central access point for river and canyon recreation. Popular with visitors and locals alike, there's no shortage of outdoor activities, from kayaking and paddle boarding down the canyon to a marina and fishing piers. There are also hiking trails, zip lines, picnic areas and fun playgrounds. We have downtown Twins Falls hotels near this popular park and other attractions like The Orton Botanical Garden. Here, you can stroll amid a sprawling oasis of succulents, desert plants and native flowers. Find tranquility amid the blooming cacti and fragrant herbs while walking along the five acres of yucca and shrubs 

Explore Epic Adventures at the Best Twin Falls Hotels

Shoshone Falls Park is dubbed "The Niagara of the West," and you'll see why when you arrive at the stunning rushing waters of this massive waterfall. Indeed reminiscent of the famous New York attraction, the 212 feet tall and 900 foot wide Shoshone Falls are one of the largest natural waterfalls in the United States and actually surpasses the height of the famous Niagara Falls. Experience the wonder for yourself, and be sure to see the crashing falls from a hike along the scenic Snake River Canyon Rim Trail. This winding nature trail offers walking and biking paths with unparalleled canyon views. After taking in the scenery of Idaho's landscape, head back for a night of rest and relaxation at the top hotels in Twin Falls.  

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