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North Dakota’s largest town became a household name in the 90s after the release of its namesake film Fargo. Ever since then, the city has been welcoming curious visitors. With a mix of warm smiles, a loud team spirit, and its trademark quirky attractions, the city’s tagline, “North of Normal” fits like a glove.

Where to stay in Fargo, North Dakota

Travelers who love to feel the hum of the city will want to rest in Downtown Fargo. Featuring local, original artwork at both Plains Art Museum and Gallery 4, an independent music venue The New Direction, salvage projects like Alley Art (street art designed dumpsters) and the Piano Project (saved pianos, repainted and ready for any passer-by to sit down and strike a few keys), fascinating boutique shops, and loads of breweries and foodie hotspots serving everything from elk to rattlesnake and rabbit bratwursts, this area is trendy and uniquely Fargo.

Sports enthusiasts will love the energy of this college town and should secure a hotel near North Dakota State University. Watch a North Dakota State Bison game at their home field, Fargodome or catch a fly ball at theNewman Outdoor Field. Alternatively, for additional collegiate games, head across the river to Fargo’s neighboring town, Moorhead in Minnesota, and snag a spot near the Minnesota State University of Moorhead.

Bringing the whole crew? Family friendly activities are not geographically located next to one another. However, do not fret, as each attraction lies within a 15-minute drive of the next one. Pick a hotel near any of these family favorite spots and get your adventure on. Start at the Red River Zoo, make your way north to the Fargo Air Museum, then get hands on at the nearby Children’s Museum at Yunker Farm, or vice versa. You simply cannot go wrong. For extra quirky fun, stop at Fargo Pinball in Downtown and make a scavenger hunt out of the painted bison sculptures found around town.

3 star hotels in Fargo, North Dakota

Fargo is home to 21 3-star hotels, many of which are business hotels and a handful that are pet-friendly hotels. The city’s 3 star hotels are conveniently located throughout the city, thus close to many popular attractions. Most offer free breakfast, free WiFi, and free parking. Rooms are comfortable, featuring flat screen televisions, free toiletries, hair dryers, coffee makers, and often include microwaves and refrigerators. Additionally, many hotels feature indoor pools, 24-hour fitness centers and on-site dining in restaurants, bars, and via room service.

Hotels near Hector International Airport

Hector International Airport is located three miles northwest of Fargo. While it holds an international title, the airport does not receive international passenger flights (only cargo). It supports nonstop flight service to major cities like Minneapolis, Chicago, Denver, and Las Vegas. Since Fargo is not a large city, travel from the airport to any hotel in town is quite easy. However, if you prefer to stick extra close to the airport, these hotels near Hector International Airport fit a wide range of budgets and almost all offer free airport shuttle services for your convenience.

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