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Dickinson, North Dakota, United States
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Roosevelt Grand Dakota Hotel, BW Signature Collection
Western Hospitality is our Tradition!
Our top priority is to make everyone feel welcomed by providing exceptionally friendly service.
Our Executive Board Room seats up to 8 in comfortable high back executive chairs. The room is equipped with a built in white board.
This expansive ballroom (4896 sq ft) has retractable walls which allows the area to be divided into halves or quarters that will accommodate the needs of any function. The ballroom expands to our 1000 sq ft mezzanine overlooking the pool. Full catering available. State of the art sound and lighting systems.
Grand Dakota Lounge offers a great and relaxing atmosphere along with happy hour and specials daily. Try our cooked to order specialty pizzas!
Experience scrumptious culinary delights. Home of the famous "Teddy's Steak" Full menu offers lighter options. Kid friendly menu.
Inviting dining area with rustic charm.
Grilled 8 oz tenderloin steak served with roasted yukons, sauteed mushrooms and broccolini finished with a homemade red wine butter sauce.
Toasted English muffin, two basted eggs, smoked ham or bacon topped with a creamy hollandaise sauce served with breakfast potatoes.
Fresh mozzarella, roma tomatoes, basil, spinach, drizzled with olive oil and balsamic reduction.
A Grand Dakota house special! Homemade apple and cinnamon cake with rich caramel sauce and whipped cream.
Offering onsite gaming with blackjack and pull tabs, pool tables and darts.
24 hour grab n go.
Free weights, two stationary bikes, two treadmills and an elliptical.
Large room, 1 King Bed, 1 flat screen TV, Refrigerator, Microwave, Pull-out Couch.
1 King Bed, Flat Screen TV, Refrigerator and Microwave.
Standard Double Bed Room, Flat Screen TV, Refrigerator and Microwave.
Shower/Tub Combo and Hair Dryer
Mobility Accessible Bathroom includes roll-in shower and grab bars.
Enjoy a refreshing dip in our indoor pool!
1 king bed, Jacuzzi tub, flat screen TV, refrigerator, microwave, fireplace and balcony that overlooks the pool.
1 king bed, Jacuzzi tub, flat screen TV, refrigerator, microwave, fireplace and balcony that overlooks the pool.
At the Roosevelt Grand Dakota Hotel, BW Signature Collection, western hospitality is our tradition. Our top priority is to make every guest feel welcome by providing exceptionally friendly service. The Roosevelt Grand Dakota Hotel is the only full-service hotel in Dickinson, North Dakota providing a vast array of premium amenities. Our hotel is conveniently located just off I-94, Highway 22, and Highway 85. The hotel is only 30 minutes from the Theodore Roosevelt National Park and the historic town of Medora. Our premium accommodations offer 192 guest rooms, including 43 luxury suites, with all the modern amenities and convenience you expect when traveling.
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We are pet friendly with no fees however, advance notice is required as pet friendly rooms are limited.
Hotel location and the surrounding area
One of the best kept hotels around. Front staff to the General Manager are accommodating and spot on. This is our 8th year with the Grand Dakota and we are not changing. This year we brought 17...
Nice, clean room and hotel overall. No towels in the pool area, but the front desk gave me some when I asked. Staff was slow to bring us sheets for the fold-out couch (not sure why they weren't in...
By Carrie S
Reeder on 18-Nov-2019
Reservation made with request for poolside. Room was not poolside and the water in the pool was freezing cold. The room smelled of urine and there were dogs whining in the room across from us. The...
Hope you're not in a rush to check in........
Hope you don't expect your room to be serviced during your stay.....
Might get some breakfast food......
All in all it's another poor Ramada. Rooms...
57201 on 24-Oct-2019
I like this place because of all the choices. Restaurant and bar but two totally different menus, its big and spacious and lots of places to just sit and get out of your room. Fire places and just...
Parking for the physically challenged, complimentary
Cold weather hook-ups
Airport car, 24 hours, please contact hotel for to schedule.
Outdoor parking, complimentary
Truck/RV parking, complimentary
Higher rates may apply for holidays/special events
Cable/satellite TV, CNN or other 24 hour news station
Iron, ironing board
High-speed Internet access
Room service from 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
In-room safe available
Adjoining rooms available
Balcony available. The hotel offers two balcony suite rooms with a private seating area over looking the pool.
Rollaway beds, available
Rooms for the Physically Challenged: 11
Physically challenged rooms/facilities
Bathtub seat available
Rails in bathroom
Raised toilet with grab bars
Safety bar in shower
Walk-in shower available
1.7 mile(s) from TMI Systems
1.8 mile(s) from Nalco Champion
1.5 mile(s) from BJ Services
5.2 mile(s) from Steffes Corporation
3.9 mile(s) from Baker Boy Inc.
3.4 mile(s) from Fisher Industries
4.4 mile(s) from Killdeer Manufacture
4.2 mile(s) from RDO Equipment
35 mile(s) from MBI Energy
45 mile(s) from Davis Refinery
4.0 mile(s) from Marathon Oil Corporation
.6 mile(s) from Whiting Oil & Gas
1.4 mile(s) from Halliburton
4.4 mile(s) from Helmerick & Payne
1.4 mile(s) from Schumlberger
5.5 mile(s) from ConocoPhillips
3.9 mile(s) from Baker Hughes
5.8 mile(s) from Gravity Oil Field
4.2 mile(s) from Titan Oil Field Services
4.0 mile(s) from Lime Rock Resources
1.2 mile(s) from Pioneer Energy Services
6.5 mile(s) from ND Energy Services
4.3 mile(s) from Stallion Oil Field Servic
30 mile(s) from Continental Resources
3.9 mile(s) from Total Safety
25 mile(s) from Theodore Roosevelt Park, Theodore Roosevelt National Park is open year-round. 70,400 acres of breathtaking Badlands. Breathtaking Views. The south unit of the park is located just 30 minutes from Dickinson and it features 36 miles of paved road winding through the badlands, perfect for a driving tour. The unit includes more than 60 miles of marked trails, plus countless unmarked trails.
.09 mile(s) from Badlands Dinosaur Museum, features 11 full-scale dinosaur skeletons inside and two outside, including fossils skeletons excavated from the area, one of the world's finest Triceratops skulls, skeletal casts and sculptures. Visitors may also view an outstanding mineral collection from locations all over the world, invertebrate fossils and a Rhinoceros and bison excavated from the area. The Center's Joachim Regional Museum tells the story of Dickinson and southwestern North Dakota. The Center also includes the Pioneer Machinery Hall's excellent collection of agricultural equipment and the 12-acre Prairie Outpost Park with five historic and six reproduction buildings.
1.9 mile(s) from DSU Art Gallery, the Dickinson State University Art Gallery is located in Klinefelter Hall. The gallery provides an annual exhibition schedule featuring a variety of art mediums created by visiting artists, local artists, and the university's facility and students. The gallery also provides educational workshops for children.
35 mile(s) from Medora Musical, is a high-energy western musical extravaganza that offers clean, family entertainment. Each night beginning in June through Labor Day in September at 7:30 pm, MDT, the musical is performed in the 2,900 seat Burning Hills Amphitheater overlooking the scenic Badlands. A quick drive from Dickinson, ND.
4.3 mile(s) from Heart River Golf Course, in Dickinson is a challenging 18-hole, par-72 layout nestled along the scenic Heart River with numerous panoramic views of Patterson Lake. The highly regarded course combines a rolling top nine with a wooded bottom nine that brings plenty of trees and water into play. Multiple tee boxes on every hole offer a unique, yet enjoyable, challenge to each and every golfer. Play the course with a variety of views, grass greens and topography.
13 mile(s) from The Enchanted Highway, is a collection of the largest scrap metal sculptures constructed at intervals along a 32-mile stretch of two-lane highway in the southwestern part of the U.S. state of North Dakota.
25 mile(s) from Assumption Abbey, is a short drive from Dickinson, ND and is home to 60 Benedictine monks, with 30 residing at the Abbey. The Abbey Church, a Bavarian Romanesque structure, was completed in 1909 and recently renewed. The impressive interior is delineated by lofty arches. Noteworthy also are 52 stained glass windows, 24 paintings of saints on canvas above the arches, and a huge carved crucifix. The outside steeple design, comprised of four diamond shapes, is very rare in the United States.
Visit the gift shop for unique gift ideas and the Abbey Wine Cellar for Assumption Abbey wines
39 mile(s) from Bully Pulpit Golf Course, ranked one of America's Top 100 Public Golf Courses -- Bully Pulpit is chiseled right out of the North Dakota Badlands in a site unlike any in the world. An 18 hole golf course over 7,166 yards with a par of 72. A short drive from Dickinson, ND.
2 mile(s) from Ukrainian Cultural, the Ukrainian Cultural Institute features folk art cultural exhibits and religious displays and houses a research library. The beautiful hand-crafted "Psyanky" Easter Eggs are showcased, each one individually created with themes and stories. Embroidered cloths adorn the walls next to the heritage paintings of the early settlers. Varenyky or pyrohy, better known as "cheese buttons," are produced in the kitchen each day for consumer sales and distributed in stores across the Upper Midwest. Each July, the Ukrainian Festival showcases the history and the "Stepovi Dity" Ukrainian dancers in their colorful costumes.
35 mile(s) from Maah Daah Hey Trail, system showcases some of our country’s most unique and breathtaking terrain. Majestic plateaus, jagged peaks and valleys, large expanses of rolling prairie, and rivers intertwine to offer the adventurous outdoors enthusiast a taste of pure, unadulterated badlands.
1.9 mile(s) from Theodore Roosevelt Center, located in Dickinson State University's Stoxen Library, the center houses a comprehensive digital presidential library of personal letters, diary entries, notes, cartoons, scrapbooks, newspaper columns, photographs, and magazine articles by and about Theodore Roosevelt. Visitors will be able to view films in which Theodore Roosevelt makes an appearance and also be able to listen to audio recordings that feature his famous falsetto voice. In 1883, Theodore Roosevelt invested in the Maltese Cross Ranch, south of the village of Medora, ND. The following year, he returned to the Badlands and established a second ranch, the Elkhorn, located 35 miles north of Medora.
35 mile(s) from Chateau de Mores Historic, this site memorializes the life and activities in North Dakota of Antoine de Vallombrosa, the Marquis de Mores, who arrived in 1883. Among his enterprises were a beef packing plant, a stagecoach line, a freighting company, refrigerated railway cars, cattle and sheep raising, land ownership, and a new town which he called Medora, in honor of his wife. A short drive from Dickinson, ND.
14 mile(s) from Southwest Speedway, join the crowd from May through September, an average of three races each month, as drivers compete for money, points and year-end titles. IMCA Sport Mods, IMCA Modified, and Wissota Street Stocks roar past the crowd throughout the summer.
1.2 mile(s) from West River Rec Center, spend the afternoon with a relaxing ride down the "lazy rivers" or cruising your way down the two water slides at the West River Community Center. If you're seeking more excitement, the rock climbing wall is the perfect indoor adventure. The West River Community Center is a full-service recreation center with both indoor and outdoor water recreation, gymnasiums, racquetball, fitness center, locker rooms, lounge area and community rooms. The indoor facility also includes tennis courts, golf, indoor swimming, a playground, and track.
4.2 mile(s) from Patterson Lake Recreation, boating, fishing, swimming, water skiing, camping, picnic areas, playgrounds, disc golf, horseshoe pits, mountain biking, nature areas, sand volleyball court, crooked crane trail.
.09 mile(s) from Prairie Outpost Park, located east of the Dickinson Museum Center complex. This 12 acre historic village is home to several buildings that have been brought in from around southwestern North Dakota.
1.2 mile(s) from Stark County Veteran Memo, in Dickinson, ND is dedicated to all the men and women of Stark County who have honorably served in the Nation’s military.
4.6 mile(s) from Crooked Crane Trail, Dickinson Parks & Recreation and the City of Dickinson have begun Phase 2 of the Crooked Crane Recreation Trail. Phase 1, a 1.8 mile double loop concrete surface trail with exercise and playground features was completed in 2016. Phase 2 is a 6 foot wide mowed grass recreational trail from the south side boat ramp west to the Stransky Road bridge and continuing east back to the trap club. Trail heads will be placed throughout the trail with parking, signage and trail access. This section of the trail is approximately 9.6 miles and runs through the Wildlife Management Area along the south side of Patterson Lake Recreation Area.
1.2 mile(s) from Dickinson Research Ext, enjoy the walking paths, while admiring the beautiful flowers and trees in Dickinson, ND.
46 mile(s) from Killdeer Mountains, this beautiful byway runs from north of Manning, ND, to Highway 22 through Killdeer to Highway 23, then east of New Town, ND. From the Killdeer Mountains to the deeply entrenched Little Missouri River Breaks and Badlands, this byway provides a unique and enchanting landscape in one of the most scenic areas of western North Dakota.
30 mile(s) from Old Red Scenic Byway, an alternative to Interstate 94 between Mandan and Dickinson, this route offers a leisurely drive through lovely, rural countryside.
Before highways, there were trails across the country designated by color names. Enjoy pastoral scenery, wildlife, blue skies and a slow pace on the Old Red/Old Ten Scenic Byway.
59 mile(s) from White Butte, is the highest natural point in the U.S. state of North Dakota. At an elevation of 3,506 feet (1,069 meters), it is a prominent butte in Slope County, in the Badlands of the southwestern part of the state. It is located 3 miles (five kilometers) east of US 85 and about 6.5 miles (10 kilometers) south of Amidon.
30 mile(s) from ND Cowboy Hall of Fame, the 15,000-square foot interpretive center features permanent and traveling western cultural exhibits, a Hall of Honorees, theater, gift shop and archives.
The North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame strives to preserve the history and promote the culture of North Dakota’s Native American, Ranching, & Rodeo communities by informing and educating people of all nations and cultures about the state’s rich and colorful western heritage.
The character and legacy of the American West comes to life inside the organization’s Center of Western Heritage & Cultures. Located in Medora, North Dakota.
35 mile(s) from Killdeer Mountain Battle, sandstone slab monument and flagpole mark the battlefield and an unpaved parking lot is separated from the site by a log barrier. The Battle of Killdeer Mountain took place during Brig. Gen. Alfred Sully's expedition against the Sioux Indians in Dakota Territory July 28–29, 1864. The location of the battleground is in modern Dunn County, North Dakota.
Grand Dakota Grille, on premises, full service, steak house, open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner, specializes in American cuisine and is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Breakfast hours Monday-Friday 6-11 a.m., Saturday 7-10 a.m., Sunday 7:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Lunch hours Monday-Friday 11:00 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Dinner hours Monday-Saturday 5:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.
Grand Dakota Lounge, on premises, bar/lounge, American, open for: dinner, with happy hour and specials daily. Fresh cook to order specialty pizzas. Lounge Hours Monday-Saturday 4:00 p.m. - 1:00 a.m. Bar menu hours 5:00 p.m.-11:00 p.m.
Offers entertainment of pool tables and darts. Onsite gaming with blackjack and pull tabs.
Across the street from El Sombrero, full service, Mexican, open for: lunch, dinner
Across the street from Dairy Queen, fast food, American, open for: lunch, dinner
2 mile(s) from Applebees, full service, American, open for: lunch, dinner
Across the street from Sakura Japanese, full service, Japanese, open for: lunch, dinner
2.5 mile(s) from JD's BBQ, full service, American, open for: lunch, dinner
Across the street from Elks Lodge, full service, American, open for: dinner
Sanford's Grub & Pub, on premises, full service, American, open for: lunch, dinner
Across the street from Qdoba, fast food, Mexican, open for: lunch, dinner
Across the street from Jimmy John's, Fast Food, American, Open for: lunch, dinner,
Across the street from City Brew, brasserie, American, open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner
4 block(s) from Dunn Brothers, brasserie, American, open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner
3 mile(s) from Burger King, fast food, American, open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner
1.9 mile(s) from Dickinson State University, is a regional four year institution withing the North Dakota University System.
1.4 mile(s) from Trinity High School, is a Roman Catholic high school. It is located in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Bismarck.
1.7 mile(s) from Dickinson High School, is a public high school.
95 mile(s) from Bismarck
131 mile(s) from Williston
222 mile(s) from Rapid City, South Dakota
193 mile(s) from Miles City, Montana
183 mile(s) from Minot
92 mile(s) from Mandan
30 mile(s) from Killdeer
86 mile(s) from Watford City
205 mile(s) from Spearfish, South Dakota
5.7 mile(s) from Crooked Crane Trail, at Patterson Lake is a 1.8 mile double loop trail. The concrete 10 ft. wide path includes exercise and play equipment for all ages.
1.3 mile(s) from Dickinson Research Center, enjoy the walking paths, while admiring the beautiful flowers and trees in Dickinson, ND.
2.2 mile(s) from Paragon Bowl, a bowling alley that features 12 bowling lanes, a lounge, and Champs Sports Club Bar & Grill, a 24 hr. restaurant.
13 mile(s) from Southwest Speedway, join the crowd from May through September, an average of three races each month, as drivers compete for money, points and year-end titles. IMCA Sport Mods, IMCA Modified, and Wissota Street Stocks roar past the crowd throughout the summer.
2.1 mile(s) from West River Community Center, enjoy the full-service recreation center with water recreation, gymnasiums, racquetball, fitness center, climbing wall, locker rooms, lounge area and a community room. The indoor facility also includes tennis courts, golf, a playground, and track.
2.1 mile(s) from West River Ice Center, the facility expanded in 2014 consists of a large arena which measures 216 ft. x 137 ft. with a seating capacity of 1,000 along with a second arena measuring 216 ft x 100 ft with a seating capacity of 300. The arenas are used as an indoor ice arena (October-March) and also hosts the Dickinson Hockey Club.
47 mile(s) from Little Missouri State Park, some of the most rugged Badlands terrain in the state. Most of the park is accessible only by horseback or hiking. More than 30 miles of marked trails crisscross the 5,749 acre park with mapping information available. Corrals are provided along with guided tours and horse rentals also available. A nice day trip from Dickinson, ND!
40 mile(s) from Maah Haah Day Trail, a 97-mile non motorized trail open for hiking, biking, and horseback riding. The trail begins at Sully Creek State Recreation Area, approximately five miles south of historic Medora, and meanders north through the South and North units of Theodore Roosevelt National Park and the Little Missouri National Grassland.
35 mile(s) from Theodore Roosevelt Park, named the #5 Place to Visit in the World by the New York Times!
The Theodore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota's badlands in Medora, ND is a short drive from Dickinson, ND. Located in the colorful North Dakota badlands the Theodore Roosevelt National Park is home to a variety of plants and animals, including bison, wild horses, prairie dogs, and elk. Hiking, biking, camping, and horseback riding.
40 mile(s) from Bully Pulpit Golf Course, ranked one of America's Top 100 Public Golf Courses -- Bully Pulpit is chiseled right out of the North Dakota Badlands in a site unlike any in the world.
Some courses impose themselves on the landscape, but at Bully Pulpit Golf Course you'll find yourself climbing through meadows and woodlands and meandering along the Little Missouri River, fully immersed in the beauty of the landscape all around you!
3 block(s) from Prairie Hills Mall, features Dunham's, Griffon Theateres, Starboard, Boot Barn, PretzelMaker, Out of Town, Maurices, Creative Cards & Gifts, Riddles Jewelry, Top-Q-Nails, Tradehome Shoes, Bath & Body, Claire's, Cash Wise, and more. Plenty of parking, climate controlled comfort for all of your shopping needs.
1.1 mile(s) from Walmart®
4 mile(s) from Menards, home improvement chain with assorted building materials, tools, gardening supplies & appliances.
.5 mile(s) from Runnings, longtime chain retailer with a wide array of home & farm supplies & outdoor recreation equipment.
1.8 mile(s) from Downtown Shopping, discover antique treasures and eclectic specialty stores in the historic downtown and beyond. The Sweet Melange,Lillian's Boutique,Mainstream boutique,GG'S, Joy, 701 Design + Events. Wedding Planning Service, Aloha Tan Tanning Salon, Antique Charm, Salt Kitchen & Co. Kitchen/Cooking.
7 mile(s) from Theodore Roosevelt Regional Airport
100 mile(s) from Bismarck Airport
3 block(s) from Prairie Hills Mall
1.8 mile(s) from Dickinson
Free shuttle service, airport shuttle service 24 hours, contact hotel to schedule.