The off-site rooms are clean and comfortable, but decidedly without frills. There's not even a comfy chair; you sit on the bed, or on one of the hard desk chairs, or stand. There are no on-site dining options, so you're definitely going to need to leave the resort to eat. But the indoor water park ...
This is a hotel that is going over major renovations. Long walks to the rooms. Could not get a room with double beds. Pretty expensive for the price you have to pay. No make up mirrors. Hotel needs renovation also. It is just okay.
We all really enjoyed our stay. Friendly staff, clean room, nice pool and whirlpools (inside by the pool and outside) in building B. It was nice to walk down the hall and into the nice hot whirlpool after a long day of volunteering at the Wisconsin Big Cat Rescue in Rock Springs. The front desk staff ...
At 2:30 AM. The fire drill went off. Everyone exited well no pushing or shoving. 3 fire trucks 2 first responder trucks handled Very well. Weather was good so not cold I did think some water and some bathroom access would have been nice. No apologies given. No discounted breakfast It was a very long ...
Our stay wasn't over the top, but it was more than fine. Some of the fixtures in our room were a little out-dated, but it was overall clean and roomy. Parking was quite hard to find near the main building and waterpark building, but was fine near our condo room.
Disappointed that indoor pool was closed for maintenance after our reservation had been booked. It was a cool morning so kids did not get to enjoy the pool. The bathroom needs a fan in it. Hot water took forever to get to temp and the room was absolutely freezing when we arrived. Breakfast was great. ...
Hotel met my expectation in the whole. I stayed in Wisconsin Dells just passing to Chicago and decided to look around thier lakes by boat. The staff was good and pleasant. Only one problem I have met. Their breakfast room was too small and it was not posible to sit down because of chairs shortage ...
When early French explorers reached the south-central area of what is now known as Wisconsin, they were awestruck by its natural beauty. These adventurers named the area “dalles,” which is the French term for the sandstone rock formations and the rapids in the Wisconsin River. The name gradually evolved into The Dells. Today, the community is known as “The Water Park Capital of the World” due to its large number of renowned water parks which draw more than three million visitors each year.
Some outdoor activities are closed in the winter and June can bring big crowds with its popularity.
Climb aboard a DUCK, which is a modern-day version of a World War II amphibious truck, for a thrilling land and water excursion of wilderness trails and the Wisconsin River. Alternatively, feel the adrenaline-pumping action of a jet-boat ride over the waters. If you prefer to stick to dry land, saddle up to explore the canyons on horseback, or experience a bird's-eye view as you soar across the valley on a zip-line.
Thrill seekers will enjoy the rides and slides of more than 20 indoor and outdoor water parks, including some of the largest in the country, such as Noah 's Ark. You can enjoy the spills and chills of roller coasters, flume rides, wave pools and go-karts.
Area visitors can hunt, fish, or play a round of golf on a challenging course. In addition to swimming and boating in summer, enjoy skiing and snowboarding in the winter.
The Dells area hosts several interesting museums and exhibits. Displays and live shows at Circus World chronicle the history of these popular Big Top performances. Children will enjoy the interactive displays of the Tommy Bartlett Exploratory science museum as well as casting a spell at the MagiQuest. Enjoy an up-close encounter with a giraffe, zebra or kangaroo at the Timbavati Wildlife Park.
In downtown Dells, you will find a variety of unique shops, boutiques and galleries, where premium antiques, special one-of-a-kind pieces and kitschy souvenirs can be found. The Tanger Mall Outlet houses 59 stores, where visitors can pick up the latest fashion pieces and big-brand buys.
Foodies will be amazed by the selection of cafes, restaurants and other eateries featuring regional classics and international treats. Popular local dishes include fried fish, bratwurst, soft pretzels and frozen custard. Monk's Bar & Grill is a popular choice for families, with a menu of burgers and a relaxed atmosphere.
After soaking up the sun all day, you can visit an elegant supper club, listen to dance music at a nightclub, or try your luck at the casino.
Wisconsin Dells festivals celebrate music, dance and food, as well as the contributions that various cultures have made to the surrounding area. Major events include the Taste of the Dells and Waterslide-athon in the summer, and autumn's Fall Festival Weekend and Wo-Zha-Wa Fall Festival.
Guests of Wisconsin Dells hotels can easily reach their vacation destination by air, rail or road. The nearest airport is Dane County Regional (MSN). Located one hour south in the capital of Madison, the airport is served by several commuter airlines. Another option is Milwaukee's larger General Mitchell International Airport (MKE), which is situated a two-hour drive to the southeast. The Wisconsin Dells train station, located downtown just off Broadway, is a stop on Amtrak's Empire Builder route connecting Chicago with the Pacific Northwest.
This hotel was super clean and the staff was very friendly. The cinnamon rolls from the bakery are amazing!!! The pool areas were always kept very clean and they had towels available as well. They even gave us a $6 coupon each day to use in the gas station or restaurant. Easy access right off the highway with a lot of dining options around. We were very impressed!
We arrived very late at night, the staff was great and the room was excellent.
The off-site rooms are clean and comfortable, but decidedly without frills. There's not even a comfy chair; you sit on the bed, or on one of the hard desk chairs, or stand. There are no on-site dining options, so you're definitely going to need to leave the resort to eat. But the indoor water park was fun.
convenient, quiet and clean! the room was reasonable, in close proximity to the outlet mall, a short walk and shorter drive to restaurants and movie theaters, as well as free breakfast! the Jacuzzi was cleaned daily, relaxing, and LARGE. i highly recommend this hotel.