Business travelers really seem to love The Grove. The location is fantastic—right in downtown and across the street from Goldy’s—and it has all the amenities you’d expect from one of the top Boise hotels; the lobby is grand, with a grand piano, lots of warm wood, granite, fresh flowers and textured fabrics, and some rooms—more warm wood, fresh flowers and textured fabrics—have great views of the city and foothills. This isn’t a hotel you’ll be excited to come back to, though. For many people, this is the only place they’ll stay in Boise, but it’s not like anyone’s landing at Gowen Field thinking: “Oh yeah! I get to go back to The Grove.” Yes, The Grove has a doorman, valet parking, a sauna and fitness center, and is one of Boise's nicer hotels—perhaps the nicest if you judge by the rooms and public spaces alone—but it’s a little lacking in personality. The most interesting thing we’ve seen there was a lobster tail corndog on the restaurant menu. But if you don’t need personality and just want the assurance of one of the nicest, cleanest, most recently updated rooms in Downtown, The Grove is for you. Especially if you’re a Goldy’s addict.