Coeur d'Alene Resort
  • Hotel Suite of The Week

    If pure luxury isn't the first thing that comes to mind when you think of a vacation in Idaho, check out this week's Hotel Suite of the Week . Located on the north shore of Lake Coeur d'Alene, the pleasure of a night in this suite will run you $5,000.
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  • Hotel Suite of The Week

    Perched on the 18th floor of the Lake Tower and a grand 2,500-square-feet, the Hagadone Suite features a separate bedroom with king-size bed, separate living rooms with fireplace, dining room with seating for six. Here's the suite's foyer.
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  • Hotel Suite of The Week

    Coeur d'Alene Resort is a haven for golfers, and was once named America's Most Beautiful Resort Golf Course by Golf Digest.
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  • Hotel Suite of The Week

    Fairways are reached by mahogany boat. Here, the famous floating green on the resort's 14th hole is located on a manmade island.
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  • Hotel Suite of The Week

    Views from the Hagadone Suite's great room which includes a wet bar, seating area and cathedral ceilings.
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  • Hotel Suite of The Week

    The Hagadone Suite's most noteworthy feature is the glass bottom swimming pool.
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  • Hotel Suite of The Week

    The Hagadone Suite also features a Jacuzzi on one of the two balconies.
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  • Hotel Suite of The Week

    This suite's oversized bathroom features in-room waterfall bathtub & in-mirror television in the bathroom.
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