This hotel is definitely older, but it is kept clean and comfortable. The rooms, while obviously dated, are clean. The staff was absolutely excellent and accommodating to my party, and I couldn't have been happier with them. The price was unbeatable, and because of that, the staff, and the cleanliness, ...
We realIy enjoyed our stay at the Canal Park Lodge. The room was lovely and clean and bright. My husband and I were very comfortable. The location on the waterfront was super. We could just walk outside and be right on the water.
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. ...
When we arrived several guests were having issues checking in due to using an outside site...we used an outside site as well but thankfully did not have issues. The hotel staff the day we arrived was not very friendly. I understood that they were bing blamed for something not their fault but when ...
Stayed with a group of 14 friends, who have been doing things together for over 25 years. Kept us all together on one floor and rooms close together. One of the most amazing things they did for us was drive us is to a restaurant 2 different evenings in their shuttle van and bring us back again when ...
No matter what type of traveler you are, there's likely a hotel in Proctor that will meet all your needs. Orbitz has 35 of them here, most of which rate highly for Hotel Staff and Room cleanliness. Stay as long as you'd like — you won't want to miss Great Lakes Aquarium, Enger Park, North Shore Scenic Railroad and Canal Park.Best times to visit Proctor
What do April, February and March have in common? They offer some great travel deals in Proctor. If you book on Orbitz, you can save 33% in April, 31% in February, and 30% in March, on average.Where to shop in Proctor
Fitger's Brewery makes it easy to look your best or pick up gifts while in Proctor. Best Buy offers up its high-tech gadgets for locals and travelers alike.Nightlife in Proctor
After dinner — or a long afternoon of shopping and sightseeing — head to local watering holes like Lake Ave Restuarant & Bar, Sneaker's Sports Bar & Grill and Green Mill Restaurant & Bar for a drink and a taste of Proctor's nightlife.Where to shop in Proctor
Fitger's Brewery makes it easy to look your best or pick up gifts while in Proctor. Best Buy offers up its high-tech gadgets for locals and travelers alike.Outdoor activities in Proctor
Proctor is a great place to experience some of Earth's natural wonders. Head to Lake Superior Zoo or Great Lakes Aquarium to see some unique and exotic creatures.
Enger Park and Amsoil Center are good options for spending some time outdoors in Proctor while breathing in that fresh air.Where to eat in Proctor
If sightseeing has left you feeling peckish, enjoy a snack or a refreshing drink at Pizza Luce, Northern Waters Smokehaus, Va Bene Caffe and Amazing Grace Bakery & Cafe. These and Proctor's many other restaurants offer up a tasty energy boost.Where to stay in Proctor
Duluth International Airport is the main hub for flights into Proctor and the surrounding area.What to do in Proctor
Whether you're looking for some family-friendly fun or a little release from the everyday, you'll likely find it in Proctor. Bring the brood to the exciting rides at Adventure Zone or the theaters at Zinema 2 for some good, old-fashioned fun. Mars Lakeview Arena invites sports fans of all ages to hang out for an afternoon and fill up on snacks.
Duluth Family Sauna is an ideal destination for anyone looking for a little rest, relaxation, and personalized attention. If traveling leaves you feeling tense or tired, a rejuvenating treatment may be what the doctor ordered.Best times to visit Proctor
What do April, February and March have in common? They offer some great travel deals in Proctor. If you book on Orbitz, you can save 33% in April, 31% in February, and 30% in March, on average.
Stayed with a group of 14 friends, who have been doing things together for over 25 years. Kept us all together on one floor and rooms close together. One of the most amazing things they did for us was drive us is to a restaurant 2 different evenings in their shuttle van and bring us back again when we finished.
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.
I went with my son to a two-day Audi club ice driving event on Lake Superior. I'm a widowed mother and like to 'check in' with my kids once in a while. He had made all the arrangements and I had no idea what to expect. Well the morning events were quite interesting and loads of fun, but bitter cold. When we came in at noon to gas up and eat at the local pub called "Gronks", I discovered that the Motel 8 where we were to stay was sandwiched right in between the two! I begged off for the afternoon, checked in, warmed my feet under the covers, discovered very easy internet, loads of TV channels, a hot shower and a friendly lady at the counter who loaned me a corkscrew! It was heavenly. The next morning , we had a nice serve-yourself breakfast which included waffles. I don't know what he paid, but the motel was a very nice place.....
Nothing fancy but clean and convenient location. Would stay here again.