Springhill Suites – Grand Forks, ND

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I spent 3 nights at the Springhill Suites, Grand Forks ND this week. Marriott options in Grand Forks are limited to the Springhill Suites and a Fairfield Inn. I stayed at this Springhill Suites 6 years ago and it’s exactly as I remembered.

I booked a King room on a AAA rate for this stay, as it was the best rate. I consistently find AAA has the best rates – AAA is well worth the $75 annual fee for the Marriott savings alone.

The room was typical Springhill with the split bathroom – not like the newer/remodeled hotels that have a typical bathroom layout with the toilet, shower and sink in the same space.

I’ve never been a fan of the Springhill Suites brand, but I also have no complaints or negatives about this hotel and stay. The room is well sized, offering a good sized desk, clean fridge and microwave, a trundle bed couch, good sized desk, a newer 50″ TV, comfortable bed and a decent shower.

The hotel has a small gym with 2 treadmills, 2 elipticals, some weights, cowbells, mats and rollers. Not a big gym, but still useful. It was actually well used during my stay. I don’t have any photos because of that. There is also an indoor pool and hot tub that were in good condition – I made use of the gym, pool and hot tub during my stay.

Breafast was a standard offering for this brand segment and was well done. The hot plate offerings varied each morning, were well stocked/maintained and better than some lounge offerings in some full service Marriott’s I’ve stayed at. The buffet included a juice station, a good oatmeal hot station, yogurts and such, fresh fruit, waffle station, breads and UDI’s gluten free muffins. Coffee and Tea were only available during breakfast hours, but well maintained.

I did not have housekeeping during my stay – I think they are on an every 3 day schedule, but I was able to get a fresh set of towels from housekeeping when I asked. My experience with all the staff was great.

In talking with the front desk upon check out, I learned that the hotel was built in 2009. The hotel does not feel or look like it’s 15 years old.

Overall a very good stay in Grand Forks.


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