A soft hotel bed is incredibly comfortable to sleep in, eclipsed only by a hammock made of Muppet hands. Enjoy a home away from foam with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $65 for a one-night stay in a deluxe room (up to a $119.95 value)
- $125 for a two-night stay in a deluxe room (up to a $239.90 value)
- $179 for a three-night stay in a deluxe room (up to a $359.85 value)
Choose between the Best Western Plus Peppertree Airport Inn and the Best Western Plus Peppertree Liberty Lake Inn. Accommodating two guests in either two queen beds or one king bed, each deluxe room is equipped with a separate sitting area, 42-inch flat-screen TV, microwave, and refrigerator. Up to two additional guests 18 or older may be added to queen deluxe rooms for $10 each per night, or two additional guests under 18 may be added for no charge.
Best Western Plus Peppertree Airport Inn and Best Western Plus Peppertree Liberty Lake Inn
Both designed under the Best Western Plus ethos, the Peppertree Airport Inn and Peppertree Liberty Lake Inn sit just outside Spokane, making either an ideal headquarters for exploring eastern Washington's myriad attractions. Along with the universal amenities—both hotels feature a 24-hour indoor pool, complimentary WiFi, and a daily breakfast buffet including egg soufflés, waffles, juice, and coffee—each hotel offers a unique experience. Befitting its name, the Peppertree Airport Inn lies less than 3 miles from Spokane International Airport, easily accessible thanks to a free 24-hour shuttle that also runs to the nearby Northern Quest Resort & Casino. At the Liberty Lake Inn just east of Spokane, guests sip beverages and appetizers during manager's receptions, held every Monday through Thursday from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., or kick back in a sports lounge called the Pepper Zone, where two 55-inch plasma TVs look out over two reclining couches and a pool table's equally cozy felt.
Far away from the bustle of Seattle, Spokane thrives amid its beautiful natural surroundings. The Centennial Trail, a 37-mile paved multipurpose path, follows the swift-moving Spokane River throughout the city and beyond, and the 90-acre Manito Park features five landscaped gardens, playgrounds, and a duck pond where goslings can be seen inflating their water wings for the first time every spring.