North Dakota Greatly Increases Hotel Availability
Ample lodging available for Fall travel
BISMARCK, ND – Meeting the state’s ever-growing demand from travelers, North Dakota now offers an additional 100 lodging facilities built or expanded since 2010. North Dakota’s progress across a variety of industries, including tourism, has encouraged both larger chain and smaller boutique hotels to help fill the need for additional traveler rooms in communities of all sizes.
In comparison to nearby states like South Dakota, Montana, Nebraska, Idaho and Wyoming, North Dakota has built or expanded roughly double the amount of lodging facilities over the same time period.
The additional lodging in North Dakota is opening up a variety of opportunities for travelers to enjoy.
“As the number of people visiting North Dakota continues to rise, it is vital that our lodging offerings continue to meet that demand,” said Sara Otte Coleman, division director of North Dakota Tourism. “Travelers can pack a lot into a get-away. It is important that they have enjoyable accommodations to relax at the end of the day. With new options in every corner of the state from Tioga to Langdon and from Grand Forks to Dickinson, we are excited to offer travelers more options.”
For a complete list of lodging options in North Dakota go to: http://www.ndtourism.com/listings/places-to-stay.