The only waterfront destination Kennewick Hotel, we are situated and nestled on the banks of the mighty Columbia River and offer outstanding views of one of nature’s wonders.
Our hotel is independently owned by respected business owners throughout the Tri-Cities, and we are operated by business professionals with many, many years of hospitality experience!
Being locally owned makes for the very best in guest service and care that we give each individual and group that makes the Clover Island Inn their home away from home. Our reputation is important to us, and we earn that reputation by providing the very best in guest services.
We know what it takes to make your stay here your best ever. We strive for superior service and deliver quality every time. Our entire staff is here to assure you that your stay with us will be as relaxing, friendly and enjoyable as you expect it to be.
Here is just some of what we have to offer:
You can now ride bikes for free while staying with us.
Our hotel sits on the Sacajawea Bike Trail. It is a 24 mile long walking/riding trail that loops around the Columbia River. Cool Stuff!
Free parking & outdoor venue area large enough to hold summer concerts – See our “Events” tab for more concert information! Yep, we do that to keep it fun!
We are next door to the famous “Cedars” restaurant, Ice Harbor Brewing Pub and close to the Historic Downtown Kennewick District, where you will find quaint coffee shops and lunch stops; bars and microbreweries, antique shops and grocery stores, and we are 1 mile from Kennewick General Hospital. Everything you want or need while visiting us on the “island”.
DID YOU KNOW?
The History of Clover Island
Clover Island was part of five small islands that were 21.8 acres of land within the middle of the Columbia River in the year 1907. These small islands were covered with wild sweet clover (hence, we named our Island).
The islands were used by the local Indians for their Pow Wow Muk Chuk which means “Big Feast” – where you can hold your own POW Wow Muk Chuk. Princess Sacajawea, Lewis and Clark held their big feast on our Island and signed treaties relating to the Lewis and Clark Expedition.
In 1953, Ice Harbor and McNary Dams were built and flooded the island. The Port of Kennewick raised, graded and reshaped the island.
Since then, barges and other ships were brought here for transportation and grain shipments.
The Clover Island Inn on Clover Island is proud to share this heritage.
Join us at Kennewick’s only waterfront hotel, the Clover Island Inn.
It’s An Island Thing!
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