Nice staff. Parking (especially in the back) isn't ideal, especially with a larger vehicle. Views facing Lake Superior are nice. Rooms could use a little updating and pretty small. With 3 adults and a teen, we were cramped. Our bathroom sink was ready to come out of the countertop. Shower was hot ...
We travelled with a one year old. Everything was unexpectedly easy. Made our trip just a little bit better. Room was very clean, with a nice view. Staff were very understanding when we needed a room clean up after snack time gone wild. Great high chairs in breakfast area. Loved the free snack bags. ...
We had an okay stay. Room was clean and mostly comfortable. Entering and exiting in the mornings required passing the carts of linens sitting in the hallway as laundry is directly behind front desk. Just seemed a bit awkward. Breakfast was simple, but good. Price was right.
good standard hotel. appreciated the free breakfast (was quite good) but could be staffed a bit better bc it was packed that weekend with hotel guests. good basic hotel that satisfied needs of a clean place to stay at a very reasonable price. pretty great location - not too far away from other places. ...
Pros: Hotel is in a great location! It is new and the bed are very comfortable. Their breakfast is great and they provide adequate seating. The breakfast staff is very nice, helpful, and the area is very clean. Cons: Pool, hot tub, beds, and rooms are small. It is difficult to supervise your children ...
Get busy relaxing in Carlton! With 31 hotels, Orbitz makes it easy to find a place, get settled and start exploring. Our Carlton hotels also rate highly for Hotel Staff and Room cleanliness, helping ensure your stay is comfortable. You'll be out sightseeing at Great Lakes Aquarium, Enger Park, North Shore Scenic Railroad and Canal Park in no time.Nightlife in Carlton
After dinner or long days of sightseeing, you can pull up a barstool at Lake Ave Restuarant & Bar and Sneaker's Sports Bar & Grillto enjoy a refreshing cocktail or nightcap. And cutting a rug on the dance floor is always an option.Nightlife in Carlton
After dinner or long days of sightseeing, you can pull up a barstool at Lake Ave Restuarant & Bar and Sneaker's Sports Bar & Grillto enjoy a refreshing cocktail or nightcap. And cutting a rug on the dance floor is always an option.Where to eat in Carlton
Carlton has plenty of dining options for hungry travelers. Among these are Pizza Luce, Northern Waters Smokehaus, Va Bene Caffe and Amazing Grace Bakery & Cafe, where you can grab some coffee or sit down to a meal.Where to stay in Carlton
Carlton is rife with hidden gems and neighborhoods such as Duluth Heights and Lakeside/Lester Park. Whether your hotel is located here or you're just stopping over for a visit, these districts are not to be missed!Getting to Carlton
If you're flying in, head for Duluth International Airport — it's one of Carlton's main transportation hubs.Where to stay in Carlton
Carlton is rife with hidden gems and neighborhoods such as Duluth Heights and Lakeside/Lester Park. Whether your hotel is located here or you're just stopping over for a visit, these districts are not to be missed!Best times to visit Carlton
Orbitz offers some great deals all year round, but you can really stretch your travel budget during April, February and March. These months offer respective savings of about 34%, 33% and 30%.Arts and culture in Carlton
Anthropology, history, fine art — there's no limit to what museums can offer. Enjoy an educational and fun afternoon in Carlton at North Shore Scenic Railroad, Lake Superior Railroad Museum and The Duluth Depot. The Carlton County Historical Society, Barnes & Noble and University of Minnesota Duluth offer a taste of culture and learning.Where to shop in Carlton
Go on the hunt for the perfect new look and gifts at Fitger's Brewery. Those perfect finishing touches and a little extra glimmer are likely waiting for you at Piercing Pagoda.
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Pros: Hotel is in a great location! It is new and the bed are very comfortable. Their breakfast is great and they provide adequate seating. The breakfast staff is very nice, helpful, and the area is very clean. Cons: Pool, hot tub, beds, and rooms are small. It is difficult to supervise your children swimming without getting wet yourself. They need better ventilation for the pool area as the chlorine smell is very strong. The children working the front desk are not professional and/or personable.
This hotel is in an excellent location. The rooms are very well appointed and comfortable. It's also relatively expensive. That said, I don't understand why they have to use the cheapest, thinnest toilet paper on the market. In addition, the towels are thin and rough. Do better on the amenities.
I went with my son to a two-day Audi club ice driving event on Lake Superior. I'm a widowed mother and like to 'check in' with my kids once in a while. He had made all the arrangements and I had no idea what to expect. Well the morning events were quite interesting and loads of fun, but bitter cold. When we came in at noon to gas up and eat at the local pub called "Gronks", I discovered that the Motel 8 where we were to stay was sandwiched right in between the two! I begged off for the afternoon, checked in, warmed my feet under the covers, discovered very easy internet, loads of TV channels, a hot shower and a friendly lady at the counter who loaned me a corkscrew! It was heavenly. The next morning , we had a nice serve-yourself breakfast which included waffles. I don't know what he paid, but the motel was a very nice place.....
Nothing fancy but clean and convenient location. Would stay here again.