Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Duluth North
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We were pleasantly surprised with how amazing the Country Inn & Suites was. It seemed to have been remodeled recently, as everything was very modern. We were fortunate in that we had won a free nights stay in one of their suites!! The room was very nice, large, and comfortable. They had a wonderful pool area, however after moving all day, we were just too tired out to utilize it. We were most impressed with the hot breakfast this morning. Breakfast burritos!! We would definitely stay here again!!
~Naomi & Dustin
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