The offices of Chief Architect are located in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho located amongst the beautiful lakes and pine trees of North Idaho. From the Spokane International Airport, take Interstate 90 East, 40 miles to Coeur d'Alene. Once in Coeur d'Alene, take the US-95 exit- exit number 12- North toward Sandpoint/Canada for 2.2 miles. Turn LEFT at W. Hanley Ave., and then an immediate right onto N. Mineral Dr. Our office is in the Hecla Mining Building, second on the right. Parking is available in the visitor or main lot. The drive is about 45 minutes. View maps.
The Floating Green at the Coeur d'Alene Resort
The Coeur d'Alene Resort is a luxury resort on the lake. Airport pick-up service is available from the Spokane International Airport. Phone: 800-688-5253. If you can afford it, the lake view rooms are the best, and we highly recommend the resort.
*15% Corporate Discount for Chief Architect Customers.
Marriott SpringHill Suites
Located just off Interstate 90; built in 2013
Holiday Inn Express – Coeur d'Alene
Discount rate available for booking dates between 8/27 – 9/1/17
Triple Play Resort Hotel & Suites – Hayden
Has a nice water park, bowling alley and gaming center inside the hotel – great if you have kids.
Hampton Inn & Suites Coeur d'Alene
Coeur d'Alene Inn
Located just off Interstate 90.
*Discount rates are available for Chief Architect customers using code 01536000 under Special Rates – Corporate Rate.
La Quinta Inn & Suites
There are several Bed & Breakfasts. One of them, The Roosevelt
The Coeur d'Alene Visitor & Convention Services Web site lists other accommodations, tourist information, restaurants, golfing, etc.
This is a must do! The Olympian Hiawatha route has been called one of the most breathtaking scenic stretches of railroad in the country. Winding through 10 tunnels and 7 high trestles, this 15-mile route crosses the rugged Bitterroot Mountains between Idaho and Montana. The Route of the Hiawatha is best known for the long, dark St. Paul Pass, or "Taft" Tunnel, which burrows for 1.66 miles under the Idaho/Montana state line.
A paved path of over 100 miles, much of which goes along the lake and rivers.