I decided I wanted and more than likely needed a weekend away from my young children. So off I went to Minot for the weekend.
I spent 2 days at the hotel. They dropped the newspaper at my door (before I awoke). There was coffee and a very comfortable king bed. I could sleep sideways and still not be off the bed. Amazing!
The staff was very friendly. Took the time to point out the directions to the Minot Airforce Base.
The rooms were very clean.
The privacy I had. Maybe I hit a slow time but it was nice and quiet, just what I was looking for.
There are camping sites in the Cottonwood Campground in the South Unit and the Juniper Campground in the North Unit. The sites are available on a first come first served basis. There are no trailer hookups. Privately run, full service campgrounds are located nearby. I have not stayed here just wanted to let you know what is available.
This hotel looked pretty nice on the outside and had a very nice indoor pool. The room itself was okay too. However, the staff was a bit rude and the price was a bit high. Overall it was acceptable but I would probably try a different place next time.
The Super 8 had no rooms available so I went down the road to the Select Inn. Bad choice. The lady behind the counter was rude, the room had no extras at all, and the coffee the next morning was bad, too. Not recommended, try someplace else.
This Super 8 has all the expected ammenities. They had a microwave and a small refrigerator. The continental breakfast was good. The thing that elevated this above average for me was the freindliness and helpfulness of the staff.
We stayed at the Fairfield Inn in Bismarck which was an exact cookie cutter replica of the Fairfield we stayed in the night before in Billings, Montana. The hotel was clean and new with plenty of free parking, free wi-fi, a pool next to the front desk and the elevators, and easy access to the interstate. Though it was a few miles from downtown, the hotel was within easy walking distance of Hooters and the weird Aliens place.
The hotel has 63 new rooms on three floors (exactly the same size as our Billings hotel), and they offer free breakfast including Jimmy Deans biscuit sandwiches and make-you-own waffles.
The campground is located on the Missouri river in a wooded area. It was very nice, large campsites and great facilities, and also almost empty! Just like the rest of North Dakota...
Near the campground, in the State Park area is a reconstructed Mandan Indian village, and the old fort with reconstructed buildings like Custer House.
Well, let me see....this motel was lukewarm for me. It was kind of run down (not totally...on a scale of 1 to 10, 1 being BAD and 10 being GREAT, I would rate it about a 5). The service was OK, the motel was somewhat older, as if it had been an old Days Inn at one time bought by someone who wanted to start their own chain. In any case, the beds were great, all King Size with 4 pillows, and the TV was OK, with some basic cable. The price was somewhat reasonable, and the continental breakfast was pretty good. But the rooms looked a little too primitive for my taste. All in all, if you want to stay here, check the room out first. It may or may not be what you are used to. Think of it as a slight upgrade from a Motel 6.
The staff is very welcoming. the rooms are very comfortable and clean. The casino is on the ground floor if you like gambling.
Owned by the Lakota Indians. Most of the workers there are Indians. so the ambience is different if you go to any hotel or chain motel in the USA.
International Inn's hospitality and elegant atmosphere will meet your needs in perfect style. Whether your are traveling on business or pleasure, our 271 spacious and comfortable guest rooms will make you feel at home. Complimentary transportation available anywhere in the Minot area.
This hotel has a great view from the top of north hill, and is conveniently located close to the airport.
Great location. Beautiful large indoor pool area. Executive business and family suites. Large or small, they can host your receptions, reunions, and meetings.
Number of rooms: 139
Number of floors: 3
Gift shops or newsstand
Depending on what you prefer. Low Price and decent rooms I usually go to Motel 6. For something more fancy, but still not so expensive I choose Holiday Inn's.
Holiday runs from about $70-$80 and Motel 6 from $30-$40. Remember: Prices change with the seasons.
Holiday has VERY nice rooms and good price. Motel 6 has decent enough rooms if you are just looking for a place to sleep for the night, and at a low price.
Pioneer Lodge in Flasher. Old fashioned lodging the way hotels used to be. Nothing fancy, but lots of character.
None of the above. It's an old building with a lot of rooms. The former owner has accumulated interesting books over the years and they are in book cases located throughout the building. The upstairs has a porch on the east side of the building that offers a nice view of main street.
While we were in North Dakota, we stayed in Dickinson. There were many hotels there. It seemed to be the only town of significance off I-94 in Western North Dakota. As for Lodging Recommendations, it has been too long to give specifics.
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