GrandStay Residential Suites Hotel Rapid City
The whole family is welcome at GrandStay Residential Suites, a pet-friendly two-star hotel just off exit 58.
Reviews by couples say you'll have enough space in a studio or one-bedroom suite, but for families, the two-bedroom suites are the ideal choice. With an extra bedroom and all the features of the one-bedroom suites, these larger apartments ensure that mom and dad, the kids, and even pets can have all the space they crave. No matter what suite you choose, you'll enjoy full kitchen facilities for preparing meals and at least one flat panel HD television. Larger suites have more screens to put an end to viewing arguments!
There's no need to slave away in the kitchen in the mornings. The price of a stay includes a Grand Start breakfast served daily just off the lobby. For snacks on the go, the GrandStay Pantry is also available at any time of the day or night. Or you can venture out and try one of the many nearby restaurants located within a mile of the hotel.
GrandStay is a popular choice for business travelers who can make use of its meeting and conference rooms. Alternatively, professionals can get work done in the comfort of their rooms thanks to the free high-speed Internet service. If you're hosting a seminar or function during your stay, the GrandStay's friendly staff can take care of all the details.
This superior level of customer service isn't just reserved for corporate bigwigs. Satisfied travelers say that they were impressed by the welcoming and courteous employees, who happily go the extra mile for hotel guests.
GrandStay Rapid City's close proximity to the I-90 makes it the perfect base for exploring downtown Rapid City, the Black Hills, and South Dakota landmarks further afield, including Mount Rushmore National Monument, Crazy Horse Memorial, and Custer State Park.
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGrandStay Residential Suites Hotel Rapid City
Not cheap, but it is worth it. Very nice looking hotel with many facilities.
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... flags from every state.
On Saturday we went to Deadwood and saw lots of casinos and historic buildings. The whole town in on the National Historic Register! Gold was the reason Deadwood was born. The Homestake Mine operated for more than 126 years closing in 2002. There is a stream flowing in the middle of town between buildings so maybe there's still some gold around!
After leaving Deadwood we rode through Sturgis which is the home ...
... blast holes drilled into the rock. I understand and appreciate it for the iconic American symbol of power, might and democracy that it is but I probably would have been one of the environmentalist that lobbied against it being built. I prefer the natural setting without the influence of man. Plus the town at the base of the memorial is very tacky :) We rounded out the day with a traditional camp evening playing cards and sitting around the campfire. ...
... which had a parade and fireworks on the 4th, and was only about 15 minutes from Custer State Park. That's one of the best state parks I've seen - they have several campgrounds and tons of free roaming bison and elk. They also have a pack of burros that wander the park begging for food from visitors. When we found them, they were right by the road eating and standing for pictures. We had prepared by bringing some crackers (the park ...
... in the audience go to the stage and take down the flag. There were probably 40 of them.
Our hotel for the night was a Quality Inn that is adequate but doesn't have a gym. (steak for dinner and no gym, I am in the dog house!) The plan for Tuesday is to drive to Cody WY via Sturgis, South Dakota where there is an annual Laconia-like bike week in August. Bill wants to scope it out for a future trip.
... a hundred feet away.
Because of the weather report, things weren't looking too good for our ability to view Mount Rushmore tomorrow, either, so we checked the weather for Devil's Tower and found it was supposed to be clear (at least in the morning). We switched around our plan and decided to go see Devil's Tower early the next morning, see Deadwood on the way back, and save Mount Rushmore for later in the week when we could get a better view.