Really enjoyed our night here! Lovely rooms, good mattress, fabulous bathroom and old fashioned windows that open! Quick mention, if you have a street-side room on a Saturday night don't sleep with the window open as the bars across the street can be a bit noisy and then Sunday morning church bells begin at 7am and seriously go like 12 full minutes. That said, we will definitely be back to stay here!
Located in the heart of Dubuque, this spa hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Dubuque Welcome Center, National Rivers Hall of …More
I stayed two nights the weekend of my wedding and the room was wet. It felt like they clean the carpets and never let it dry out. It felt like I was camping and waking up wet and gross from the dew outside.vThe breakfast had variety, the pool looked clean and the staff was friendly. Besides the wet of the room the only other thing was the shower was extremely loud. When one person showered it woke everyone up!
Situated in Dubuque, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Kennedy Mall, Bell Tower Theater, and Bunker Hill Golf Course …More
Everything was great except had to run air on 60 to get cool and remained humid. By Momday it worked fine and we froze at 60. Not sure it could handle everyone using it or a problem. They offered to move us to another room but it was the same.
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Situated in Dubuque, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Kennedy Mall, Bell Tower Theater, and Dubuque Arboretum and …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.