This hotel is fine for a night or two. We didn't stay for the water park and if you want to use the hot tub, you will have to pay an extra $20 per day. This was not disclosed when I booked the room. Very disappointed with that.
Traveller from Des Moines, IA
Located in the heart of Dubuque, this hotel is steps from National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium, Grand River Center …More
I love this hotel. I've stayed there twice and if I had any even semi-rational reason to be in Dubuque I might move in. This trip I ate at their restaurant, Caroline's. The food was great, creative and very reasonably priced.
Traveller from chicago
Located in Downtown Dubuque, this spa hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Dubuque Welcome Center, National Rivers Hall of …More
Room was very nice. Liked the fact the windows could be opened for fresh air. Jacuzzi tub worked very well. Pool area, clean and not as humid and stuffy as some hotel pool areas. Front desk, attentive and informative! Game room area, clean but pool table could use some work. Felt was loose and wrinkled. Just regular clock radio, nothing hi-tech. All in all, great place for an overnight stay.
Traveller from Q
This family-friendly Galena hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Old Market House, Washburne House Historic Site, and Grant Home …More
The hotel was so neatly decorated. I went with my two daughters and 6 yr old grand daughter.
The staff was very nice and helpful. The complimentary breakfast was very good..
I would definitely go back. Very happy with our stay.
Situated in the suburbs, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Old Market House, Washburne House Historic Site, and Grant Home …More
This is a clean, friendly, economical hotel not far from Galena and within easy reach of anything in Dubuque. This was my fourth stay here and I can heartily recommend it. When I travel, I want a quiet and comfortable place to sleep and this gives me exactly that experience.
Traveller from Aurora IL
Situated in Dubuque, this motel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Kennedy Mall, Bunker Hill Golf Course, and 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.