GrandStay Residential Suites Hotel Rapid City
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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.
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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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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Travel Blogs from Rapid City
... kept golf course. On Friday nights their restaurant serves prime rib and it was delicious. What a treat for Murray. We returned home just in time for the Friday night entertainment at Hart Ranch - Roy and Rose Stoller who sang the old classic country and western music; karaoke style. It was all good ...
... Custer State Park, past a host of welcoming picnic areas alongside babbling streams or placid ponds, and granite outcroppings, a prominent, picturesque feature of the landscape.
Next stop was the Crazy Horse Memorial. What an incredible project! Korczak Ziolkowski, a Polish immigrant from Boston, began work in 1947, alone, with primitive tools. A local Sioux chief wanted a Native ...
... to be more careful.
The State of South Dakota is footing the bill for reopening Rushmore today, but no idea what else in the Black Hills is open. They are expecting a few inches of snow today and tonight, so I'm not sure we would camp anyway. Camping in the snow is not fun if you are not well prepared.
Gray day, no ...
... After we went through the Badlands we then headed to a little place called Wall Drug. This was a beautiful little town and has got a great history to it. We had lunch here and for the first time since i arrived in America, the food was good. I have had nice meals dont get me wrong, but they have been at resturants. No this was at a cafe and it was decent food. There is so much here that we need to get in Australia, a cafe like the one ...
Arrived at the Lazy J in Rapid City, South Dakota, 13 1/2 hours after leaving Yellowstone with minimal stops. Learned something about the nav unit in my truck. It picked not exactly the shortest route, so I did an override. Lesson learned - I should have listened to the nav unit! It charted out a route that utilized the interstate freeways, where my route took me through Wyoming's loveliest and STEEPEST mountains! Never again.