Good place to stay if needing to be in downtown Mankato. They need to put up curtains that are more than sheer curtains. The "black out " curtains were only ornaments and didn't pull close. Privacy and outside steeet lights a bit of an issue.
The hotel was very clean, mostly updated. The staff is the best part of this hotel! So friendly, polite and accommodating! The room was pretty small. We were right next to the pool- which was a very nice pool. However the kids started playing and screaming at 8am on a Sunday morning. That seemed ...
Visiting Mankato over Christmas 2017. First stay at Fairfield. Found the Hotel clean, updated, and my kids loved the breakfast. Hallway noise was a bit noticeable, and sheets didn’t fit the hide-a-bed but stay quickly brought up correct sheets, extra blanket and even helped to make bed. Pool was ...
Second time at this Hotel & GREAT experience both times. Only other suggestion is to have a bit more hot breakfast available on the weekends! Eggs one morning were gone & told they had no more, but breakfast serves for another hour or so. Definitely will stay there again!! Love the pool & got ...
Nice hotel with a great location for a business trip. Only negative thing I could say is that the Hotel is a little dated.
I was there on a short holiday and the hotel fulfilled my expectations. Nice friendly staff.
I enjoyed my stay here. The rooms were clean and comfortable. Breakfast was available each morning. The staff was really friendly and provided me with whatever I needed. I was also able to do my laundry since there was a washer and dryer on site. I plan on staying here next time I'm out in Minnesota.
Second time at this Hotel & GREAT experience both times. Only other suggestion is to have a bit more hot breakfast available on the weekends! Eggs one morning were gone & told they had no more, but breakfast serves for another hour or so. Definitely will stay there again!! Love the pool & got tub.
Many recognize Mankato, Minnesota, from the Little House on the Prairie television series. Today, Mankato is home to the Minnesota State University and diverse music scene, making it a Rolling Stone Magazine top college town destination. In addition, Mankato is a destination for outdoor sports and recreation like kayaking in the Minnesota State Park. Hotel visitors may stay in inexpensive Mankato hotels like the Marriott, bed and breakfasts like the Butler House, or beautiful resorts.
The City Convention Center has over 50,000 square feet of space and can host up to 5,000 hotel visitors. The Verizon Wireless Center regularly hosts trade shows, expos, and major concerts.
Whether looking for pizza or for fine dining, Mankato has a diverse restaurant scene close to many hotels Mankato. The Neighbor's Italian Bistro on South Riverfront Drive is a local favorite featuring award-winning made from scratch pasta.
Visit the childhood home of Maud Hart Lovelace, author of the Betsy-Tacy book series. Located on Center Street, the home is open to the public and the Betsy-Tacy Society organizes daily tours.
Mankato has three major shopping centers that house familiar stores like Target and Sears. However, Old Town Mankato is lined with smaller boutique shops like The Enchanted Forrest Gift Shop and the unique Mary Lue's Yarn and Ewe, where visitors may sit and knit.
Visitors at hotels in Mankato may enjoy year-round skiing and snowboarding Mount Kato, or enjoy the paved biking trails and the scenic hiking paths at the Minnesota State Park.