I took my daughters and their families for a weekend a get away! It was perfect. The waterpark was a blast. The museum around the corner was a nice little break from the water and an educational extension of our vacation. The casino was fun for a couple of the parents, for their own little get away! LOVED every minute of it! As the "Nana", I was the one that cried when it was over! But, "All GOOD things must end, and to have it end on a GOOD note means it was GREAT!"
Located in the heart of Dubuque, this hotel is steps from National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium, Grand River Center …More
The snow was unexpected but it didn't change our plans. The bathroom could use some updating. Our thermostat needed attention and it was taken care of right away. It was a wonderful value for the money. Easy to find. Thank you.
Traveller from Mpls, Mn
Situated in Dubuque, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Julien Dubuque Bridge, Dubuque Welcome Center, and Fourth Street …More
Stayed for business, had a wedding to perform.
Staff was decent however insisted on a cash deposit for the room because I choose not to use my credit card. That would have been nice to know in advance.
Room was acceptable, TV worked properly and has a microwave, refrigerator, iron and ironing board.
The included breakfast was: eggs, sausage, biscuits and gravy, waffles, cereal, juice, milk and coffee.
Traveller from Northern Iowa
Located in the heart of Dubuque, this hotel is 1 mi (1.6 km) from Kennedy Mall and within 3 mi (5 km) of Bell Tower Theater …More
Iowa's oldest city, Dubuque follows the Mississippi River in eastern Iowa where the state meets with Illinois and Wisconsin. Cable Car Plaza features refurbished historical homes. Replica steamboats offer tours of the river. Ride the Fenelon Place Elevator to take in a view of the Upper Mississippi. During the second weekend of June, visitors can experience the America's River Festival.