Boise’s Big Idaho Potato Hotel is a Hit on Airbnb
We sure do love our potato's, from the potato new years drop to the Famous Potato Bowl to Idaho's Potato Museum to the popular Potato Airbnb. I have to admit the outside seems um, unappealing, however the inside is charming, cute, clean and a bit of a surprise, although I don't know what I was expecting.
They officially call it Big Idaho Potato Hotel and it is located in Boise city limits. Airbnb are means of rental and so far with 213 stays and a 4.94 out of 5 stars it is a success. To stay is $165 per night and it is for 2 guests. The Potato hotel features 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom.
The Airbnb listing gives a great background and description: 'Recycled from the Idaho Potato Commission’s Big Idaho Potato Tour, this 6-ton potato has traveled on the back of a semi to (48) states for seven years. Now resting on 400 acres of good ol’ Idaho farmland, just south of downtown Boise, this hotel has been meticulously designed by Kristie Wolfe, a former Big Idaho Potato Tour spokesperson, to allow for stylish private comfort and amenities such as power outlets for your electronic devices, a mini fridge, old records to play and a custom-built bed. There is also a customized silo turned into a spa retreat perfect for soaking while looking up at the stars. For an extra dose of cuteness, The Big Idaho Potato Hotel comes with the cutest jersey cow in the world who will be your fuzzy pet for the stay.'