Rooms and Suites

Historic Accommodations


Stepping through the doors of the Enders Hotel and Museum will take you back, and help you experience frontier America as it was in the 1900’s. The same can be said about staying in one of our beautiful historic rooms. We have a wide selection of suites to choose from on the property, and each room is furnished with an authentic early 1900's environment - blending original hotel furniture with some modern comforts for our guests. Each room comes with a complimentary $6 breakfast credit when you book with us which guests may use at the Geyser View Restaurant located inside the hotel.

You can choose to stay in our Anniversary or Honeymoon suites which are both furnished with the most antique pieces from our collection, or you can choose to stay in the Standard Suite pictured below. The Standard Suite is best for business guests as the rooms have a private working station, and a private bathroom, as well. Please ask the front desk for specific room amenities. A full list of rooms can be found under the reservations section.

Specifics/Disclaimer

Private bathroom rooms contain a single double, queen, or king bed. Community bathroom rooms contain a single double bed or double twin beds. Maximum room occupancy load is 2 adults and one child up to age 3 per room. Parking is free. Check-in time is 3:00 PM. Check-out time is 11:00 AM. Credit card required for reservations.

Breakfast credit is per person up to 2 people. Additional credit is not given for single occupancy. Ballroom/banquet room group events are scheduled, please inquire for specifics.

We only allow two people per room. If you are traveling with children that are 4 years old and up, please ensure to book a separate room for their stay.

Enders Museum

Visiting the historic Enders Hotel and Museum gives visitors the chance to step back in time to the 1900's American Frontier. The museum located inside the Enders Hotel property gives guests the opportunity to learn more about the history of Soda Springs, Idaho, and the people that helped make the town's lively history a reality.
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