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The Ryan Hotel

Wallace's Best Kept Secret

Old Fashioned Charm with Modern Convenience

the Ryan Hotel in Wallace Idaho 608 Cedar Street
located in downtown Wallace Idaho
email          (208) 753-6001

The Ryan Hotel was built in 1903 and served as a residential hotel for the miners. It was renovated in 1933 after the famous Tabor Fire next door, and again in 2013 by its new owners.

Whether your destination is Wallace or somewhere else down the road, let us provide you with a full concierge service as part of your Ryan experience - whatever it takes to make your stay pleasant and memorable, we are here for you.

The recently rejuvenated Ryan Hotel is located upstairs on Cedar Street, across from the Bordello Museum and one block from the Northern Pacific Railroad Depot Museum. The 72 mile long, paved Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes passes through town under the elevated I-90 highway on other side of the creek from the Depot.

under reconstruction by Marsh Scientific Services The Ryan Hotel has been refurbished; now it's time for its webpage to do the same. More photos will appear soon.

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Thank you for your interest in the historic downtown Ryan Hotel. Let us know how we may help you,
Donna Westmoreland, Manager



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  • Northern Idaho's Silver Valley      Four Season Mountain Recreation Paradise:
    two ski resorts, two long bike trails, a dozen alpine lakes, bountiful wildlife and backcountry solitude in harmony with 128 years of mining history and legend
    silver-valley.com homepage updated December 10, 2013
  • Lookout Pass Ski Area
    Family Fun
    • closed April 6, 2014, with 117" at summit
    index page updated September 19, 2014
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