Really great experience. Hotel staff were awesome, friendly and considerate. We stayed on a sold out multi event weekend and the hotel was clean and quiet the entire weekend. The waterpark was great! Could use more seating for non-swimmers though. $4 breakfast buffet was not bad. Nice to have an ...
The gentleman that was in charge of breakfast on both Easter Sunday and the following day was so friendly and helpful. He was such a breath of fresh air who genuinely seemed to enjoy his job and really wanted to make sure all of the guests had a great day!
Grand Forks is a booming summer and winter vacation destination nested in the great plains of North Dakota with four distinct seasons, which renders it a unique vacation destination. Hotels such as the Canad Inns Destination Center Grand Forks located on Sound 42nd Street offer extensive accommodation options, including access to a 40,000 square foot indoor waterpark. Fairfield Inn by Marriott is conveniently located close to the Columbia Mall and the Grand Forks International Airport. Natasha's Russian Guest House is strategically located for both summer and winter vacationing, and provides a more intimate atmosphere. Similarly, numerous hotels, motels, inns, guesthouses, and bed and breakfasts all provide accommodations depending on travel purposes.
The Canad Inns Destination Center Grand Forks and the Ambassador Banquet and Conference Center are regarded as the first choice convention centers.
Annually planned events such as Friday Night Races at the River Cities Speedway, Downtown Summer Farmer's Market, and Art and Wine Walk are all must-see experiences for visitors staying in Grand Forks hotels.
The Grand Cities Mall located on South Washington Street and the Columbia Mall house both local and nationwide department stores such as Macy's and JCPenny.
For a mouth-watering, fall-off-the-bone steak, Texas Roadhouse Steakhouse on 32nd Avenue is the place. Authentic Mexican dishes such tacos, tostadas, and enchiladas are served up at the Red Pepper.
Varsity matches are seasonally enjoyed in the Aerlus Center – home of the Fighting Sioux Football team, the Ralph Englestad Arena, and the Betty Englestad Sioux Center at the University Village.
Loved this hotel. Only thing was there was construction going on in the room below us. They did let us know the hours they would be working and to let them know if there was a problem. Overall I would recommend this hotel and will be saying there the next time I visit.
I like the modern decor and the comfort of this room. The staff was very friendly and helpful.
Convenient location and great breakfast. The staff was friendly.
Room was clean and comfortable. Breakfast was way above the regular full breakfast hotels. Staff friendly and competent.