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 ...
Superior Shores has wonderful rooms that made our trip wonderful. We had a full kitchen with dishes to make meals. We also had dinner in the restaurant and it was excellent. The views of the lake are amazing.
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.
It was our 40th anniversary. Tina gave us a complimentary upgrade. She's #1 in our book!!!
The gateway to the North Shore and former home to the legendary Bob Dylan, Duluth is a peaceful lakeside highlight of your Minnesota trip. It is a cosmopolitan city that many compare to San Francisco. However, it has the added bonus of calm lakeside vibes.
From cliffs to forests, freshwater lakes to harbor side dining, and even ski slopes: nature prevails in Duluth, making it a dreamy spot for any trip, regardless of the hotel you decide to stay in. There are plenty of comfortable options for where to rest your head after a day spent seeing the sights.
With Lake Superior hugging its coastline, Duluth is home to spectacular natural water sources, including the largest inland freshwater port in the world. It is easy to see why nature lovers are bowled over by it. In case you are keen to wake up to the soothing sounds of the water, there are a plethora of beautiful hotels in Park Point.
Canal Park is the best place to stay for tourist that are keen to explore the area, as many tourist attractions are in this area, which is also home to great shopping boutiques, too. Conveniently, there are over 50 hotels to choose from. The Great Lakes Aquarium, where visitors can pet baby stingrays as well as learn how lakes were formed years ago is a must-do, as is a trip to see the impressive species of animals housed at the Lake Superior Zoo.
One of the most famous sights in town is the Aerial Lift Bridge dating back to 1905. Visitors also flock to sail around the awe-inspiring Devils Island Light on Apostle Island. For skiing or snowboarding enthusiasts, there are the slopes of Mont Du Lac or Spirit Mountain. Staying in one of the many city center hotels will give you nearby access to these local hotspots.
Should you be in Duluth for work, check out the epic array of 35 business hotels to stay in on your trip. With hotels costing from
With 3-star hotels, you have plenty of options to choose from. Along with high speed internet, a swimming pool and air conditioning to keep you fresh and cool, many 3 star hotels in Duluth have convenient free parking available. In total, there are 13 of these 3 star as well as one 4 star hotel waiting for you.
Expect opulence when you book Duluth’s 4 star boutique option, with amenities like lake views, and delicious, hearty breakfasts included in your stay. You can even stay in a luxury suite. If you cannot part with your furry friend, do not fret because Duluth has 28 pet-friendly hotels where you both will receive a warm welcome. Of course, if you book through Orbitz, none of the hotels stays will incur booking or credit card fees.
Conveniently located a short bus, cab, or car ride from the city center, Duluth International Airport serves Detroit, Chicago, and Minneapolis with daily direct flights. There are several airport hotels located conveniently for those on a “flying visit” to beautiful Duluth.