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Visiting McCall for a business meeting. I brought my family with me and we stayed at the Holiday Inn. It is a good location, with a good-sized pool and jacuzzi pool. The breakfast had a decent amount of options too! The beds were comfortable.
We always stay at a Holiday Inn when possible and this location did not disappoint during our two-day stay. The rooms and beds were very comfortable, and you cannot beat their complimentary full breakfast. Liked the log cabin design with wood-carved bears out front.
Conveniently located so that you can easily walk to downtown shop and the Payette Lake. Lots of water activities on the lake from paddle boards to all kinds of boating. Hiking at Ponderosa State Park is always a highlight.
The place is very clean and the rooms are spacious. The beds and pillows were very comfortable, loved the variety of "labeled" pillows. Couldn't have asked for more but having had an extended stay I was a little disappointed in the Holiday Inn Express breakfast....More
On a road trip south we arrived at McCall later that we usually do to get a room and drove up and down the town checking out the hotels. We finally decided on The Holiday Inn Express and we are so glad we did. They...More
Hopefully you are asking about group rates, as opposed to whether there are rats. I would guess yes on the first, since we were with a group and reservations were made by the outfitter. Did not see any rats. Best bet would... More
Hopefully you are asking about group rates, as opposed to whether there are rats. I would guess yes on the first, since we were with a group and reservations were made by the outfitter. Did not see any rats. Best bet would probably be to call the lodge to discuss dates and the size of your group. Hope that helps.