Conveniently located off U.S. Route 169, the Country Inn & Suites® by Radisson, Grand Rapids, MN lets you experience all the city’s unique charms. Head next door to Judy Garland’s childhood home, and enjoy a trip back to Oz. Need to relax after some time on the road? We offer a heated indoor pool and a hot tub. After a refreshing swim, kick back in one of our spacious rooms with your canine traveling companion and watch a show on the cable TV.
Our free, hot breakfast, full of delicious morning favorites like Belgian waffles, fresh fruit and muffins, is the perfect way to start your day. After a busy afternoon of touring the area, be greeted with free cookies and coffee in the lobby. If you need to be productive, take advantage of our free high-speed Internet access and business center. Hotel amenities include:
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After your arrival, decompress in your room or suite by brewing a fresh cup of coffee and surfing the Web with our free Wi-Fi. Cap off the evening with a good movie on HBO before bedtime. Standard room highlights include:
Traveling with family or need extra space? Reserve a One-bedroom Suite to enjoy a king-size bed and these additional amenities:
Bars & Restaurants
Start each day with our free, hot breakfast, featuring morning favorites like fresh fruit, muffins and hard-boiled eggs. Pair your meal with a cup of hot coffee or a refreshing glass of juice.
For lunch or dinner, check out one of the restaurants within a mile of the hotel. Ground Round Grill & Bar provides the perfect place to grab a burger and watch the game, and Sammy’s Pizza dishes up classic pies in addition to calzones and pasta.
Things to Do in Grand Rapids, MN
Shop the latest trends at nearby Central Square Mall, or pack up the family for an exciting day trip to Chippewa National Park. You can also experience the rich history and culture of Grand Rapids at these favorite sites:
Judy Garland Museum – Right next door to the hotel is the birthplace of Judy Garland, an actress best known for portraying Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz. This museum houses childhood items belonging to the famed actress as well as memorabilia from The Wizard of Oz.
Old Central School – Located just six minutes away, this school dates back to 1895 and now serves as a small local history museum. Don’t forget to grab a hot cup of coffee and a fresh pastry from the Old School Café and Gift Shop while here.
Forest History Center – Step back in time to the early 1900s when logging brought in most of Minnesota’s money. Visit this logging camp, only an eight-minute drive away, to see costumed reenactors and interactive exhibits, including a high-tech harvester simulator and a multimedia theater.
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