Knights Inn Midtown

Address: 2391 Main Ave, Durango, Colorado, 81301-4642, United States | 2 star lodge
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Location

This 2 star lodge, located on 2391 Main Ave, Durango, is near Historic Downtown Durango, The Colorado Trail, Animas Mountain Trail, and Colorado Death Ride.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKnights Inn Midtown Durango

Reviewed by naudiagreer

Clean room, good rate, friendly staff.

Reviewed Apr 19, 2012
by (4 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

This is right in the middle of Durango, with lots to see nearby. The room was cozy, and there was tv, toiletries, and a breakfast of muffins, fruit, juice, tea, and coffee. I would stay here again. The staff was very friendly, and while I did not bring a pet, they are pet friendly.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Knights Inn Midtown Durango

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from Durango

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A travel blog entry by jimh22854 on Jul 06, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

... the least likely to accommodate cyclists. Overall most drivers are fine given some of the conditions. I found the Cortex and Mancos areas to be inviting of more time to hang out, Durango appearing pretty overwhelmed with visitors and so less appealing. Having been here to mountain bike in years past it seems to have suffered a bit from popularity. Hopefully a little food, rest and off again ...

The Kellers Meet the Boys

A travel blog entry by thekellers on Apr 14, 2014

2 comments, 18 photos

... can get a bunch of stuff done on our house while they sleep' and I'd shake my head in agreement. Then we'd happily feed them by bottles and breast, change their diapers as they look longingly into our eyes and they'd go back to sleep peacefully for hours on end. That's when someone shook me from my pleasant daydream and reality hit. They cry (ours not so much) but very loudly, they test our limits by waking ...

Grand Canyon, Monument Valley, Mesa Verde, Durango

A travel blog entry by hawkinsw on Feb 23, 2014

5 comments, 32 photos

... begins to warm the cold spires. The rocks are burnished and glow as the canyon emerges from the shadows. The night is dying slowly. The rays fall over the rim. The day comes to the depths, inch by inch, a thousand years, with each tick of the clock. We race forward to catch the next view. We stop. We run. Chasing away the shadows. Drinking in the sight. Shivering in the weak morning light.

From the high altitude of the ...

Week 27 & 28: Hang in there Babies! Seriously.

A travel blog entry by thekellers on Jan 16, 2014

2 photos

... We anxiously await the results and as she's moving the ultrasound wand around my belly, she tells us that the babies have hair. How cool! But really, how does everything look?! She eventually tells us that so far, everything is good and nothing indicates pre-term labor. She even confirmed that I 'have the longest cervical length ever' right now. Hallelujah!

After a few hours the testing is done and the plan is to stay ...

Silverton to Molas Pass

A travel blog entry by tjd on Aug 17, 2013

2 photos

... Eventually we got to the first permissible area for camping. Good news, it was very scenically sited by a lake. Bad news, lots of local Colorado-ites thought it would be a great place to spend the weekend.

Hmmm. Fit was none too impressed by the families in RVs or the Uni students who dragged a tent out of a completely knackered Buick Sedan and proceeded to spend the night drinking heavily and completely failing to light a ...