Had a great stay , with a great room, very updated. The food was really over priced and the buffet while had alot of stuff reminded me of hospital food kinda bland. We gambled for several hours on some really nice slot machines, never really losing or coming ahead but had alot of fun. Drinks were not to overpriced and surprisingly the strawberry daiquiris were pretty good for coming out of a machine. The only real negative was one of the staff. We went to the food court outside the gaming area and the lady who waited on us acted like she hated her job and that we were an inconvenience for asking if we had to use the machine to order a sandwich or could just tell her because the machine wasn't working right. Overall would definitely stay again would just avoid eating there.
Traveller from Kentucky
Situated in a rural location, this hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of John Hauberg Indian Museum, Black Hawk State Historic …More
Hotel is fine unless you're looking for something special. I just needed a place to sleep & shower that was clean and this fit the bill. Could have paid more money somewhere else, but why? The gal at the front desk was very nice and check in / check out went smoothly. Pool area looked nice although I didn't use it
Traveller from Indiana
Situated in the business district, this hotel is 2.5 mi (4.1 km) from NorthPark Mall and within 6 mi (10 km) of Vander Veer …More
Davenport blends the amenities of a large city with the charm and comfort of a small town. The largest of the Quad Cities, this Mississippi River city features scenic riverfront trails at Centennial Park and world-class museums. In addition to St. Ambrose University, Davenport has many neighborhoods dating to the mid-19th century worth visiting for their small shops and Victorian homes.