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Hotels in Duluth, MN
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1.Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Duluth-Downtown
200 W 1st St0.25 mi Duluth, MN$$ More Info HotelsLodgingResortsMotels
IHG Rewards Club Members: Get better savings with YOUR RATE. Book hotels direct at holidayinn.com for our lowest rates. You won't find these anywhere else. Our Duluth, MN Hotel's Location is the Best The Holiday Inn® & Suites Duluth Downtown is Duluth's largest full-service hotel. We're 10 minutes from the airport & located in the heart of downtown Duluth, MN. Our amenities include free parking with ChargePoint car chargers, three restaurants and complimentary shuttle service. All of our rooms have a fridge, coffee maker and Iron/board. We are near many businesses & Duluth attractions, including Canal Park. Our leisure guests love to visit Lake Superior Zoo or Great Lakes Aquarium. History buffs enjoy touring Glensheen Mansion while outdoor enthusiasts have many options. Great area shopping and dining is just around the corner in downtown Duluth at Canal Park. We are located near the Duluth Entertainment & Convention Center (DECC) and the Aerial Lift Bridge. Business travelers appreciate our business center 24 hour Wi-Fi and computer access. We boast nine meeting rooms that can accommodate 600 people. Since we're in the heart of the business district, you're near banks, hospitals, Enbridge, Allete Minnesota Power, Maurices Ascena Retail Group, Duluth and United Health Care. After spending the day in Duluth, MN, our hotel's guests can relax with two swimming pools or unwind in Sneakers Sports Bar & Grill. Porter’s and the Greenery Cafe & Bakery offer two options for delicious dining. We are the hub of the downtown Skywalk System, so you can easily get to your destination in comfort.
2.Comfort Suites Canal Park
408 Canal Park Dr0.68 mi Duluth, MN MotelsHotelsLodgingCorporate Lodging
This hotel is on the shores of Lake Superior, literally steps away from the shoreline walking path. Whether you get the more-expensive lake view room or the less-expensive city view room, you'll have a room with a view. Rooms consist of comfortable beds, dresser, armoire/closet, television (pay per view available) a sitting area with a sleeper sofa, table & two chairs (both high speed & dial-up Internet access available), fridge, microwave, coffeemaker, & large, well-lit bathroom with usual toiletries, thick towels & haridryer. The breakfast, served in a bright, cheery room with wonderful views of the lake (you can eat on the deck in good weather) is better than average. Indoor pool. Lots of tourism information in the lobby. Close to the nightlife & restaurants of Canal Park, within walking distance of the Aerial Tram Bridge, yet nice and quiet.
3.Voyageur Lakewalk Inn
333 E Superior St0.21 mi Duluth, MN MotelsLodgingBed & Breakfast & InnsHotels
You'll feel right at home at the Voyageur Lakewalk Inn. Your clean, comfortable room (most with a lakefront view), the private entrance into your room, and our friendly, helpful staff ensure that you'll enjoy the most peaceful and affordable visit to the north shore that you've ever had. Walking distance to some of the most interesting entertainment, shopping and dining experiences Duluth has to offer: * Canal Park * Fon Du Luth Casino * Fitters Brewery Complex and Countless Restaurants * Museums * Art Galleries and Antique Shops * Closest Lodging to St. Mary's, Miller Dawn and St. Luke's Hospitals, as well as the Northland and Duluth Clinics The best part is that BMFT's total flight training costs are among the lowest in the industry. Simplified interactive self-study programs coupled with the absence of time-consuming and often expensive air traffic delays here at the Buffalo-Lancaster Airport makes learning to fly possible within almost any family budget. Training aircraft: We use Cessna 172SP training aircraft. Each meticulously maintained aircraft is equipped with Garmin G1000 glass panel cockpits.
4.Sheraton Duluth Hotel
301 E Superior St0.24 mi Duluth, MN HotelsLodgingResortsMeeting & Event Planning Services
It's a very nice hotel to stay at and worth staying at if you're in town. Rooms here were overall clean and well kept. In regards to the pricing, I thought the rate was very reasonable. This hotel is in a great area.
5.Americas Best Value Inn - Duluth Spirit Mountain Inn
9315 Westgate Blvd6.69 mi Duluth, MN HotelsLodgingMotelsBed & Breakfast & Inns
Hotel OverviewThe award winning Americas Best Value Inn Duluth Spirit Mountain is AAA diamond approved and rated as an A property by the Americas Best Value Inn chain. Americas Best Value Inn is conveniently located one mile from Spirit Mountain Ski Area and New Timber Twister Alpine Coaster Ride, six minutes from downtown Duluth and five minutes from downtown Superior. We are located right off of Interstate 35 on exit 249, on the state scenic byway Skyline Drive, on the south end of Duluth on top of the hill. Our hotel offers a deluxe breakfast with waffles and cappuccino, large indoor pool, sauna, hot tub, sundeck, kid's arcade, guest laundry, lobby computer, ski wax room, free wireless high-speed Internet access, and cable TV including HBO. All rooms include coffeemakers, hairdryers, curved shower rods, and AM-FM radios. Adjacent to the Americas Best Value Inn Duluth Spirit Mountain is the restaurant Country Kitchen, ATM, liquor store, and convenience store. We apologize for any inconvenience however, our hotel does not allow pets and the minimum age to rent a room is 21 years old. Our hotel's sales tax is only 8.375 percent, compared to Duluth hotels at 13.375 percent, you save an automatic 5 percent each night you stay!
6.Edgewater Resort & Waterpark
2400 London Rd2.62 mi Duluth, MN HotelsLodgingMotelsResorts
Wow! What an awesome, fun place for the whole family, with some low points, but, overall, it was great. For handicapped accessibility, it was really bad for me. First, going in the entrance, they directed us to the elevator to go to the room we needed. The wheelchair would not fit, not even a standard wheelchair would fit. We asked the front desk where another entrance with a bigger elevator would be, and they said to go outside and around the building where there is another entrance with a bigger elevator. We head outside down the sidewalk, down a hill, and there is no more sidewalk. There were big rocks and no sidewalk ramp to go down, so KayMarie and I go up the hill and back to where we started to go down the only sidewalk ramp. To get to this entrance with a bigger elevator, we had to go in the parking lot back down the hill. It was dangerous. A car could have backed up or been driving fast around corners. Then, we get to the entrance, but the main doors were too small, so I had to stand up, have the wheelchair brought in around me, (people are standing there waiting, so it was embarrassing), and, then, I swing into the chair. Luckily, I can stand and swivel around, but another person may not have that option. The elevator was bigger, thank god, so now up to the room... The room door was too small, so I had to do my transfer thing. I got in the room, but not enough to turn around to go into the room. And, there was furniture and beds that only left narrow walkways around the room. So, what I had to do was...sit in the hallway, while everyone else was in the nice, cool room. Now, we are going to the waterpark. All doors on the way are still too small for the wheelchair, so have to do my transfer thing. Not knowing that there is anything for the handicapped to do, I didn't bring extra clothes to get wet in. There was nothing on their website indicating wheelchair accessible activities, and no maps or signs showing wheelchair accessibility, so I just sat there and took pictures. I had to go to the bathroom, and, once again, the door into and all other parts of the handicapped restroom were too small. So, I did my transfer thing again, but it was very dangerous. The floor was so wet and slippery, that I could have easily fallen. Jodi and KayMarie had to help me. Jodi slipped in the bathroom. And, I had to stand up to use the bathroom. It was very dangerous. I'm not sure what they were thinking when they put a wheelchair sign on the door with flooring like that. My family and I had been in the waterpark all afternoon, 4-5 hours, and were ready to leave, and a nice lifeguard told us something shocking. The lifeguard tells us where wheelchairs can go in the water at. We had been there all day, no one had told us about that, and there were no signs. We told the lifeguard thank you and that no one had told us that, but we are leaving now. But, most important, the kids had fun, and that made it worthwhile. Jodi went down the waterslide and liked it. KayMarie enjoyed the lazy river, but was afraid to go down the waterslide. Christopher and Jonathan enjoyed everything. They had so much fun, and I'm glad I was able to get pictures and videos. We had lunch there at the waterpark, and the food was good. Pricing was ok. You get decent portions for the money. Jodi and I had cheeseburgers and fries that were good, but not like OMG. KayMarie had a garden salad that was really nice-sized and had a good vegetable assortment. Christopher and Jonathan shared chicken fingers and a cheeseburger. They both liked them a lot, but I think they were more excited to go back in the water. http://familyfriendlyoutings.blogspot.com/
2001 W Superior St1.35 mi Duluth, MN HotelsLodgingMotels
For the rate you pay it's a bargin, and that is what my rating is based upon. If you want room service and an upper class estabalishment look elsewhere, otherwise monthly rates are reasonable for those needing transitional housing
Holiday Inn Express
www.hiexpress.com 4725 Market Street, Duluth, MN 55811 Book Direct for the Season's LowestRates. Find Your Hotel Today!
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