This is a MOTEL not a Hotel. So having a door like that means a lot more vechicle noise, and noise from tons of motorcycles! Hotel is slowly updating. I read online reveiws and wasn't sure what to expect but luckily we got 1 of the newer updated rooms. Even with that there are cracks in ceiling and ...
Staff was great! Special shout out to the young lady who checked me in, and served me my Sam Adams at the lounge!! Very friendly and conversational, definite asset to your property. Special mention to how well your beds are kept up to date.
We stayed in the hotel for 1 night. In the room we had two queen beds, a table, one chair, a TV, a coffee maker and a refrigerator. The beds were comfortable, though the pillows are a little too full to my taste (we prefer smaller pillows). The room was not very spacious. In the evening I saw people ...
OK hotel. Needs attention to detail. Had handle missing from bottom dresser drawer. Lamp shade was coming off of metal frame. Temperature was good. Swimming pool,hot tub sauna was good, Quiet area off the hwy. Breakfast had a good variety with eggs,cereal,yogurt etc. Friendly staff.
Since its first settlement in 1788, Dubuque, Iowa, has grown into a busy Mississippi River port town. The National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium shows this development, as well as the history of river navigation, beginning with Fulton's first commercial steamboat in 1807 and concluding with the 1993 floods. Accommodations in Dubuque range from campgrounds to business centers with prices as diverse as the lodgings. Most popular are Richards House Bed & Breakfast, the Mandolin Inn, the Hilton Garden Inn, Country Inn Suites, Heartland Inn, Econo Lodge, Holiday Inn, and Fairfield Inn.
Several lodges have meeting rooms and business centers within the main building. Country Inn Suites, for example, is a good place to hold conferences and meetings, with a restaurant, business center, several meeting rooms, wireless access, and a photocopy service on the premises.
Dining ranges from casual to elegant, the fun and family-friendly to the romantic. There are almost 400 establishments serving meals in and around Dubuque. About 50 have 5-star ratings, according to recent guests.
Higher education is prolific in Dubuque. Three liberal arts colleges offer a wide selection of degrees with many courses: University of Dubuque, Loras College, and Clarke University.
There is an all-in-one entertainment center in Dubuque. The Five Flags Center includes a historic theater, an arena for the hockey team (Dubuque Thunderbirds), concert venues, shows, and events.
The Main Street area features antique, souvenir, and gift shops, while Cable Car Square is home to boutique and specialty shops. Diehard shoppers find the 70-store Kennedy Mall nearby.
Nice views of the area. Older but very well maintained.
Hotel, pool, hot tub, room, and breakfast were all excellent.
Check in/out was easy as there were not that many quests. The room was clean, well kept, and updated. TV reception was poor but I did not watch much TV. The only negative is that the street is hard to find.
Easy to find, nice staff, clean but older room. Decent hot breakfast, except ice not available. Easy, close parking.