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BUILDING HISTORY

The Avery is more than an experience. It’s a culminating celebration of one of downtown Boise’s most enduring, endearing historical properties.

Unlike in 1910, the roads are now paved and the street lights no longer operate with gas, but the address is once again a preferred gathering place for distant travelers and local residents. From its early roots as an elegant hotel, the Northwest’s largest moving picture theater, and boxing venue (yes, boxing venue), comes a loving transformation into a world-class boutique hotel, restaurant, and tavern.

OVER THE DECADES

The building continued operations as a theater and hotel until the 1960s. Since then, the upper three floors have remained quietly vacant. The building’s main level has operated in a variety of uses over the decades ranging from the original theater, a department store, and most recently as a popular bar and nightclub.

EARLY HOTEL HISTORY

In 1910, Boise’s historic Tiner building was designed to offer its guests the pinnacle of the early 20th-century experience, opening what it billed as the world’s biggest and best moving picture theater along with the Manitou Hotel. The original hotel moniker remains on the brick bulwark to this day, along with the original sandstone tablet bearing the name AVERYL; beloved granddaughter of the Tiners and hotel namesake.

THE BOUQUET

The property is commonly referred to as the “Blues Bouquet” building, referring to the popular music venue that operated from the late 1970s to the early 2000s. The Bouquet became a center of entertainment for Boise locals hosting events that ranged from rousing live music to spirited card games. According to local legend, the space even hosted underground boxing matches.

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To see shots of our renovation process,
check out our Instagram page.
OVER THE DECADES

The building continued operations as a theater and hotel until the 1960s. Since then, the upper three floors have remained quietly vacant. The building’s main level has operated in a variety of uses over the decades ranging from the original theater, a department store, and most recently as a popular bar and nightclub.

EARLY HOTEL HISTORY

In 1910, Boise’s historic Tiner building was designed to offer its guests the pinnacle of the early 20th-century experience, opening what it billed as the world’s biggest and best moving picture theater along with the Manitou Hotel. The original hotel moniker remains on the brick bulwark to this day, along with the original sandstone tablet bearing the name AVERYL; beloved niece of the Tiners and hotel namesake.

THE BOUQUET

The property is commonly referred to as the “Blues Bouquet” building, referring to the popular music venue that operated from the late 1970s to the early 2000s. The Bouquet became a center of entertainment for Boise locals hosting events that ranged from rousing live music to spirited card games. According to local legend, the space even hosted underground boxing matches.

Want More?
To see shots of our renovation process,
check out our Instagram page.
OVER THE DECADES

The building continued operations as a theater and hotel until the 1960s. Since then, the upper three floors have remained quietly vacant. The building’s main level has operated in a variety of uses over the decades ranging from the original theater, a department store, and most recently as a popular bar and nightclub.

EARLY HOTEL HISTORY

In 1910, Boise’s historic Tiner building was designed to offer its guests the pinnacle of the early 20th-century experience, opening what it billed as the world’s biggest and best moving picture theater along with the Manitou Hotel. The original hotel moniker remains on the brick bulwark to this day, along with the original sandstone tablet bearing the name AVERYL; beloved niece of the Tiners and hotel namesake.

THE BOUQUET

The property is commonly referred to as the “Blues Bouquet” building, referring to the popular music venue that operated from the late 1970s to the early 2000s. The Bouquet became a center of entertainment for Boise locals hosting events that ranged from rousing live music to spirited card games. According to local legend, the space even hosted underground boxing matches.

Want More?
To see shots of our renovation process,
check out our Instagram page.

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THE AVERY HOTEL
1010 W Main St
Boise, ID 83702
208 990 1010
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208 345 4567
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208 345 4567
info@theaveryboise.com
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