We stayed a night at The Decker and thought it was a really cool place to stay. They have been renovating it for a while and it looks great. There are still a few small quirks, but overall it was a great place to stay for the money. The restaurant was good. The bar was a little out of place, though, as it didn't really fit in with the rest of the hotel's decor. Nothing bad, but just didn't have the cool historic look like the rest of the place. The prices and selection were fine, so no real complaints.
Lastly, the owner was very friendly and hung out with us and told us cool stories about place. If you have the chance, grab a drink at the bar and hang out with him.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- An Italianate structure built in 1875 by James Decker. Beautiful woodwork from the era with full service restaurant, lounge located on site. Beautifully decorated rooms filled with antiques, modern bathrooms and individually controlled heating and cooling. Attractions nearby are the Maquoketa Caves national park, art museum, nature center and beautiful unique shops. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Decker Hotel Maquoketa