Duluth HotelsSpectacular scenery and perfect conditions for the active, outdoors life makes Duluth a port town with plenty going for it. From skiing to its lake panoramas, there's plenty to keep the visitor interested, and the city itself is something of a natural wonder, built into a cliff at the western end of the Great Lakes. Whether browsing for antiques in the shops or taking advantage of the buzzing and high-class restaurant scene, you'll find lots to do whether you're an adrenaline junkie or not. Things to seeWhat was once an idling warehouse district is now one of the hottest areas in town – Canal Park is home to some scintillating restaurants, a vibrant nightlife, and its indoors fun is matched by its outdoors appeal, with a Lakewalk for the sightseers and the Great Lakes Aquarium offering aquatic fun for the whole family. For a more straight-up shopping experience, and only a few minutes outside the downtown area, Miller Hill Mall has over 100 stores, as well as plenty of dining options, to allow shopaholics a dedicated place to retreat to and find all the fashion and entertainment they could ever need. There's also regular arts and crafts and baby shows. One must-see is the Aerial Lift Bridge which runs across the canal entrance to Duluth Harbor and is almost 400 feet long. It was initially built as an aerial lift, but these days its rising and falling are the main attraction. Hotels in
DuluthThis is a popular place with fans of the outdoors, and with all the activities and attractions on offer it's no surprise to find there are plenty of accommodation options for visitors. Hotels in Duluth tend to be in the mid-range and budget chain area, but just because they're not pulling out all the pampering stops doesn't mean they aren't clean, comfortable, and amenity-packed. Most Duluth hotels will offer complimentary WiFi, flat-screen televisions, and tea and coffee making facilities as standard while many will also include in-room microwaves. Many of the hotels offer on-site swimming pools and fitness facilities. Where to stayDuluth may be known for outdoors pursuits, but it's not just about the stunning lake views and bustling harbor, and if you choose to book a hotel in Duluth you'll also discover the 100 year old mansions, specialty shops, boutiques,0 and thriving arts scene, not to mention the Canal Park waterfront which is a buzzing retail and foodie heaven. Alternatively, Two Harbors is another waterfront location with plenty to do out of doors and plenty of green spaces, not to mention the historic Edna G Tugboat. Another picturesque place to set up camp is Superior, which has a lively marina and a thriving sea-faring history.How to get to DuluthThe main transport hub in the area is Duluth International Airport, which sees plenty of flights to and from Chicago and Minneapolis on a daily basis, and is well linked to Duluth proper by a reliable bus service, as well as plenty of taxis operating from the airport. There's also a Greyhound station in Duluth with regular services to and from Minneapolis.