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Looking for a scenic getaway in the Midwest? Why not Duluth? This Minnesotan shipping town sits at the westernmost tip of Lake Superior and offers hundreds of miles for biking and hiking including the famous Superior Hiking Trail that crosses 29 miles of Duluth city limits and continues into Canada. Whether you’re looking to explore the wilderness or enjoy the international port city, Venere can help you find accommodation perfect for your needs. As experts in travel, we can help you book the right Duluth hotel for you. Our hotels are searchable online and can be filtered to help you choose the right hotel for your stay. Check out our wide selection of hotels in Duluth, complete with detailed descriptions, photos, reviews from real guests, and up-to-the-minute rates and availability. Or if you’d rather let us help you find the best place to stay in Duluth, give us a call and our representatives will be happy to help.

What's Duluth like?

Home to two colleges and the international Duluth Harbor, this bustling Minnesota town offers a lively downtown area. On the waterfront, you’ll find Canal Park with its massive Aerial Lift Bridge that, like its name suggests, lifts to allow larger ships to pass through the canal opening. Check out the S.S. William A. Irvin Boat Museum, a floating ship museum that offers tours from May to September for historical thrills. Downtown Duluth also offers the Great Lakes Aquarium, Downtown Lakewalk, and a plethora of historic architecture just a stone’s throw from many Duluth hotels. This Midwestern harbor town is built on a hill, offering spectacular views of Lake Superior, the largest of the Great Lakes. This majestic wilderness is more than just a sight, Duluth offers 6,834 acres of city parkland, 178 miles of wooded trails, 16 designated trout streams, miles of terrain you could mistake for mountain foothills, and Lake Superior, all at your fingertips. Summertime in northern Minnesota brings warm days, but even in July temperatures can drop into the 50s (Fahrenheit) overnight so be sure to dress in layers for your stay in Duluth!

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Duluth

Locals call Duluth the “San Francisco of the Midwest,” for its steep hills, bridges, and bay. Once you’ve visited this international gem tucked away into the Minnesotan wilderness, you’re sure to understand its allure and the attraction of many Duluth hotels. While summer and winter are prime times to visit Duluth for outdoor activities, locals love the warm tones that cover the landscape in the fall. Early fall is also the best time to catch a glimpse of migrating raptors at Duluth’s Hawk Ridge Bird Observatory. For visitors, locals suggest taking a stroll on the Downtown Lakewalk, tour the Glensheen mansion, check out the Two Harbors Lighthouse and waterfront, and explore nearby Gooseberry Falls State Park, open year-round. Other highlights to check out include Iona’s Beach, Stoney Point, and Five Mile Rock. No matter when you travel to Duluth, you’re sure to enjoy yourself. Whether you’re looking for an amazing adventure or a relaxing stay, Duluth has you covered, year-round.