Where to stay in Duluth: Best areas for travelers
- Park Point: Stick a toe in the water and scour the shoreline for shiny shells or rocks at Park Point Beach. There's no lovelier place for a beach escape than this neighborhood. This charming area has plenty going for it, including great stays like the Park Point Marina Inn and the Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Duluth Waterfront. The South Pier Inn will also have a comfortable bed to crawl into after those lazy beach strolls.
- Downtown - Waterfront: Whatever's brought you to this neighborhood, it won't be long until you're won over by its charms. Fond-du-Luth Casino, Bayfront Festival Park, North Shore Scenic Railroad — there's loads to keep you occupied. For comfort and convenience, we recommend the Holiday Inn & Suites Duluth Downtown, The Suites Hotel at Waterfront Plaza and the Radisson Hotel Duluth - Harborview.
- Canal Park: For a comfortable place to stay, check out The Suites Hotel at Waterfront Plaza and The Inn on Lake Superior. You'll quickly understand why travelers keep coming back to this neighborhood and these hotel options.
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Minnesota may be the land of 10,000 lakes, but the most impressive by far is Lake Superior. The city of Duluth lies at the southernmost tip of this huge lake and offers plenty of recreational opportunities for visitors from near and far.
A Duluth hotel package can place you conveniently close to all of the city's finest attractions, while also helping you stick to your budget. You'll certainly have plenty to do while staying in Duluth, as the bustling port city is arguably the recreation mecca of the Great Lakes. The city borders several routes on the Lake Superior Hiking Trail system, which backpackers find especially appealing. If you prefer to travel via car in Duluth , travel along Highway 61, which features magnificent views of Lake Superior, as well as plenty of overlooks where you can pose the family for a once-in-a-lifetime photo.
Recurring Festivals and Events
Are you on the hunt for a gorgeous destination for your next big marathon or half-marathon? Register for the popular Grandma's Marathon or the accompanying Gary Bjorkland Half-Marathon, both of which take place each year during the third weekend of June. This annual race begins in Two Harbors and ends in Duluth.
If you're not big on running but would love to get up and moving, be sure to check out the Duluth Fall Festival, which highlights the North Shore's gorgeous fall foliage. In addition to beautiful autumn colors, the festival features several carnival attractions and silent auctions, both of which you can splurge on after saving a bundle on Duluth vacation packages.
Take a peek at Travelocity's long list of affordable Duluth hotels , which will allow you to enjoy the perfect North Shore vacation without overspending. If you manage to find a better deal, Travelocity will match it and refund the difference.
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