Grand Inn Fargo46.85978, -96.83634
The comfortable Grand Inn Fargo is a decent example of a 2-star hotel in Fargo. The hotel opened its doors in 1978 and was remodeled in 1999.
The property is located 4.7 km away from North Dakota State University. The venue is set within 5 km from Fargo city center.
There are shopping places, such as retail stores and a shopping mall nearby.
15 minutes drive will take guests to Hector Field airport.
Grand Inn Fargo offers 98 guestrooms appointed with heating, wireless internet, cable TV with on-demand movies, a safe and an iron with ironing board with all the sights of Fargo within easy access. Bathrooms are fitted with a bathtub, a shower and a hairdryer.
Eat & Drink
Dickey's Barbecue Pit and The Winery serve a selection of meals within 200 meters from the venue.
Residents will benefit from 24-hour front desk, laundry and ironing service.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
Public parking is possible on site for free.
Number of rooms: 98.
On-site car park
Express check-in/ -out
Sports & Fitness
- Golf course
- Business centre
- Air conditioning
- Sitting area
- Ironing facilities
- AM/FM alarm clock
- Carpeted floor
Rooms and availability
1 Double bed1 Double bed, 2 Queen-size beds
1 King-size bed
- City landmarks
Received early check in at no additional charge. Continental breakfast had muffins, various breads, bagels, and cereals.
Its quite old, lobby smelled like smoke(non smoking rooms did not)
It was a ggod price for a short nights stay.
I stayed in a non-smoking room however it still smelled like smoke. I could deal with that however allot of people would really frown on that.
I was looking for something in a budget range because I booked 2 rooms for 2 nites. I did not expect a fancy place going in but other budget places in Fargo, for a few bucks more I would have booked elsewhere. This place for what you get is overpriced in my opinion. My biggest complaint was the room had an odor in it and I asked for another room. The staff member was good and took me to another room but it was not better. Another disappointment was after I checked in, there was a sign in the hotels saying if you are a senior please advise and you could get a discount. I realized the sign after a couple of hours after I checked in. I asked the attendant about it and he said if you booked on line, you cannot get the senior discount. That makes little sense to me.
The location is good. There was hardly any noise that could be heard.
Room was not very clean - splatters of something by the sink, there was either dirt of mold in the shower, the hot water faucet was broken and did not turn off all of the way unless turned just right. In the morning there was a horrid smell in our room.
The Owner was very welcoming, and was there whenever we needed her.
It was very clean and the front desk staff were very polite and friendly upon arrival and during the full stay.
Seemed run down and messy.
We were in a recently re done room .Very clean
dirty, poor locks, hot or too cold
The price and location. Room was reletively clean. A/C worked well.
The hallways were dirty and smelled. Breakfast was minimal. Old hotel needs upgrades but ok for the price
It was cheap.
The "long-term" guests were a little uncomfortable. The police came and the hotel staff responded "nobody went to jail; nobody goes to jail for domestic violence in North Dakota." There wasn't a very secure feeling.
It was a good price for what was given
It seemed a little bit un clean
Bathroom very small and there was no hair dryer in the the room. We didn't bring one as most hotels provide one unless other wise noted.
I liked the location, as it was close to the main highway.
I stayed in Room 119 and as soon as you walked into the door the room had a terrible smell. It smelled as if someone had urinated on the floor.
The gal Laurie who actually spoke English was very nice and helpful. She helped me retrieve my pillows and pajamas I had left there.
I felt the concrete walls were very strange and a little off putting. Extremely noisy as they were replacing carpet.