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Sleep Inn & Suites Bismarck Star Rating 2        
1402 E. Century Avenue

Within 1 mile from Interstate 94, this relaxed, modern hotel with a partial stone facade is 3 miles from Bismarck State College and 5 miles from the Dakota Zoo.The warmly decorated, contemporary rooms offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minifridges, as well as microwaves, and tea and coffeemaking facilities. Suites add living areas with pull-out sofas.
Motel 6 Bismarck Star Rating 2        
2433 State Street I-94 at State Street, Exit #159

This unpretentious budget lodging is off Interstate 94, 1.5 miles from the North Dakota Heritage Center and 2.5 miles from the Raging Rivers Water Park.
Expressway Suites of Grand Forks Star Rating 2        
4040 11th Avenue South

This unfussy all-suite hotel is a 3-minute walk from Splashers of the South Seas indoor water park, a 12-minute walk from Sertoma Park and 2 miles from the North Dakota Museum of Art.Straightforward suites with warm furnishings feature microwaves, minifridges and coffeemakers, plus free Wi-Fi, and 42-inch flat-screen TVs with premium channels.Freebies include a daily breakfast buffet, and weekday evening socials with drinks and light meals.
Wingate by Wyndham Fargo Star Rating 3        
4429 19th Ave Sw

This straightforward, modern hotel is a 5.9-mile drive from Bonanzaville living history museum and a 6.5-mile drive from Fargo Theatre.
Fargo-Days Inn and Suites 19th Avenue Star Rating 2        
1507 19th Avenue North

This straightforward, airport motel is a 6-minute walk from the Fargodome, a 9-minute drive from the Hjemkomst Center and a 2-minute drive from the Hector International Airport.Relaxed rooms and suites feature en suite bathrooms with showers and tubs, and have free Wi-Fi, TVs and desks, plus microwaves, minifridges and coffeemakers. Some suites add whirlpool tubs.
El Rancho Motor Hotel Star Rating 2        
1623 2nd Avenue West - Williston

This straightforward, 2-story, roadside hotel is 1 minutes' drive from US Highway 2 and 4 minutes' drive from Sloulin Field International Airport.The simple rooms all include free WiFi and cable TV, and come equipped with microwaves and minifridges.There's a fitness room, a business center and a 24-hour convenience store, as well as an adjoining casual restaurant.
Travel Lodge Grand Forks Star Rating 3        
2100 South Washington St.

This straightforward roadside hotel is 3 miles from the Alerus Center events venue and 3.1 miles from the University of North Dakota.The relaxed rooms have complimentary WiFi and desks, plus minifridges, microwaves and coffeemakers.
Bunkhouse Motel Star Rating 1        
400 E. River Road

This straightforward motel sits across the street from a river in the historic settlement of Medora in the Theodore Roosevelt National Park. It's 3 minutes' drive from Highway 94 and 6 minutes' drive from the western-style Medora Musical attraction.Straightforward rooms feature air-conditioning and TVs, with some adding separate bedrooms.
Grand Inn Fargo Star Rating 2        
3402 14Th Ave S

This straightforward motel in Fargo's Westgate area is a 1-minute drive from Interstate Highway 29 and 9 minutes' drive from Downtown.Standard rooms come equipped with free WiFi and cable TV with premium movie channels. Some also have work desks and sitting areas.
Ramada Bismarck Hotel Star Rating 3.5        
1400 E Interchange Avenue

This straightforward lodging lies at the intersection of Highway 83N and I-94, 3.8 miles from Dakota Zoo.The relaxed rooms have free WiFi and flat-screen TVs, plus minifridges, microwaves and coffeemakers.
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North Dakota is a midwestern U.S. state dominated by the Great Plains. Its eastern city of Fargo showcases Native American and modern art at the Plains Art Museum. The area's immigrant history is honored at the Scandinavian Heritage Association in the city of Minot. The Great Plains give way to the rugged Badlands near the border with Montana, where Theodore Roosevelt National Park spans the Little Missouri River.