Coralville

Coralville Travel Guide

Hotels in Coralville

Coralville Accommodations (13)
Marriott Coralville Hotel & Conference Center

Marriott Coralville Hotel & Conference Center

4.00 193 reviews

300 East 9th Street, Coralville, United States

Baymont Inn & Suites Coralville

Baymont Inn & Suites Coralville

4.00 413 reviews

200 6th Street, Coralville, United States

Hampton Inn Iowa City / Coralville

Hampton Inn Iowa City / Coralville

4.00 190 reviews

1200 1st Ave, Coralville, United States

Heartland Inn - Coralville

Heartland Inn - Coralville

4.00 108 reviews

87 Second Street, Coralville, United States

Travel Blogs from Coralville

Coralville Travel Blogs (4)
Day 4 Sioux City, IA to Iowa City, IA, Coralville, United States travel blog

Day 4 Sioux City, IA to Iowa City, IA

A travel blog entry by bobandconnie

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Total Miles Driven:  1968 Total Time In Car:  37 Hours States:  Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, South Dakota, Iowa On iPod:  Didn't turn in on all day Tourist Activities:  Johnny Carson's Birthplace, John Wayne's Birthplace, Roseman ...

Off to Grandmas house we go., Coralville, United States travel blog

Off to Grandmas house we go.

A travel blog entry by bekandjesse

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Hello everyone, we hope you all are well. This week in the installment from the adventurous Bek and Jesse we are lapping it and living in style at Jesse's Grandma's house. Thanks to her generosity and kindness we are having a fabulous time and seeing ...

The End of Wow and the Beginning of Rain, Coralville, United States travel blog

The End of Wow and the Beginning of Rain

A travel blog entry by compils

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... job in Iowa.  The energy from the wind is elegantly provided by beautiful windmills.  The design is so IKEA... Here in Coralville, the Motel 6 has an oil refinery next to our room, but the people are nice.  The shower was really good and ...

Sunday, day twenty-one, Coralville, United States travel blog

Sunday, day twenty-one

A travel blog entry by travel2gether

We continued our drive toward Ohio, passing through Nebraska and into Iowa. We have noticed the increase in traffic and semis (didn't miss them!) as we continue our journey.  Keith would drive on the western interstates with virtually no traffic. ...