I was stuck in a blizzard in Bismark. I got a room the first night. But had to check out and they didn't have any rooms available for the next night. I wasn't going anywhere because the interstate was closed and I had no where to go. I camped out in the lobby to use the wifi and try and figure out ...
Beds are very comfortable. Room was very clean. Staff were very nice and helpful. Quick check in. Took a couple of tries (10 minutes) to get onto WIFi but once I was on, worked great from there on. We had poolside, hours for everyone was til 11pm and adults til midnight (that never happened). Kids ...
Overall the room was very nice, but the location was so far away from the elevator. I should have made that special request during my reservation. I do have a bad back so although the beds were comfortable the walk with luggage and shopping bags became a chore.
Everything was great except clogged drain in shower. I had to stand in a few inches of water for my shower and I was not happy about it. I was only there one night so I didn't bother trying to switch rooms.
Bismark was originally named for Otto Von Bismarck to induce German investment in the fledgling city that sprang up along the new railroad. Now, Bismarck is the capital of North Dakota and a major city that attracts countless visitors each year. Bismarck is the destination for outdoor activities such as camping, hiking, hunting, and fishing. Visitors may choose from smaller, inexpensive motels to full service Bismarck hotels right in the heart of the city.
Larger conventions can be held at the Bismarck Civic Center, which boasts over 250,000 square feet of meeting space. For smaller events, there are several hotels in Bismarck with meeting facilities, including the Best Western Doublewood Inn.
Bismarck is a true western town and most, if not all, the local restaurants serve some steak dinners. There are plenty of chains in town like Applebee's, but guests might prefer the local Peacock Alley, a fine dining establishment with an array of gourmet cuisine.
The Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center houses the exhibits that tell the story of the intrepid explorers, as well as artwork by famed artist Karl Bodmer.
There are three shopping malls in Bismarck with familiar stores like Layne Bryant and American Eagle. Visit the Gateway Fashion Mall, Kirkwood Mall, and Pinehurst Square. The downtown area features local shops like Feist's Jewelers.
Bismarck is a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts, especially for winter activities. Huff Hills is the place to go for skiing and snowboarding near hotels Bismarck.
nice quite place to stay close to every thing we needed .
it was quite the parking was not good to many cars for that size of a parking lot. it smelt a little damp. we ran the a/c and that took care of that. all and all it was a ok place. we would stay there again.
We like to stay here when flying out. Good location, breakfast has plenty of items hot and cold, and the rooms are good sized. Only complaint this time was a broken tv and bathroom wasn't real clean. Otherwise, hotel itself is nice.
Overall a nice hotel, room was a little small and pool area seemed dark