Duluth, Minnesota is an interesting place to visit in any season. Duluth hotels offer warm accommodation during the winter and comfortable fare during the summer. Some hotels in Duluth offer a spectacular view of Lake Superior, the largest of the Great Lakes. Hotels in Duluth usually showcase amazing architecture that really captivates the citizens' love for new experience and/or counterculture. The city thrives with art, music, fun, as well as quaint coffee shops and restaurants, and was the boyhood home of Bob Dylan.
Visitors who stay at a Duluth hotel near the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center have easy access to concerts, conventions, trade shows, and the like. The convention center usually hosts hockey games as well.
There are some great dining experiences all around—Bellisio's serves exquisite Italian, the Amazing Grace Cafe serves sandwiches and fine coffee, and Grandma's Saloon and Grill features home-cooked food from the grill and pizza oven.
Hotels in Duluth near the Lakewalk offer guests an exciting opportunity to view the city and Lake Superior while walking and chatting. There is also the Marine Museum near the lake that showcases Duluth's rich history of sailing.
Guests near Chico's are lucky to have easy access to unique clothing and other boutiques; however, those who have rented rooms at their hotel near the DeWitt Building are in more luck because it houses its own a variety of unique shops.
The Duluth Heritage Sports Center hosts several sports events including hockey, the state's most beloved sport. Major ice hockey games are usually hosted at the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center.