After reading many other reviews here, I knew it'd be a great place to stay. Since it was for May 19 - 22, the prices were much less than the beginning of the Summer. Only $69/night. Can't beat that -- even on Priceline which I normally go for.
Friendly, efficient front desk and very welcoming. We had a regular king suite -- and everything about it was wonderful. Yes, the white acrylic panel on the sliding door in the bathroom can be annoying because of the bright lights in the bathroom shining through but if that is the only thing you can find wrong with the place, then it still rates very high. Room was immaculate and kept that way each of the 3 days we were there.
Hot breakfast was filling and well, hot. Had eggs, sausage, different breads, apple juice, orange juice, a couple varieties of coffee, muffins, sweet rolls, etc. Easy to fill your tummy to start your day. Also had a free drink each night from the bar with very friendly bartenders, a nice gas fire-pit in the front for lounging outside with umbrellas and nice seating -- a great way to unwind after a day of sight-seeing.
The infinity pool was the perfect temperature and the long rectangular hot tub could've seated 16 comfortably. Very clean area, well kept.
Yes, parking does cost around $13/night but they make up for it with the daily free drink, $15 of free play (did I mention I won $130 from that $15 of free play and my $5?), and other freebies that come from staying there? We did not eat at the restaurant there but did use the trolley that comes around twice an hour off-season.
Overall, a great stay after driving back from Southern California to Minnesota. Enjoyed two full days of sight-seeing. The hubby had never been there and it had been 17 years since I had been, so I played tour guide, drove the truck and let him soak up the incredible scenery. The smell of pine whenever you go outside is truly heavenly, so make sure to stop at the lakes in the area, do the Needles drive, the northern route (Spearfish Canyon) which includes Roughlock Falls which is only 1 mile off the main road, and while it's gravel, it's maintained, it's an amazing place to see.
Now if only it weren't another 12 hour drive back to the Twin Cities from there! :-) But well worth it!
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