Apr 24, 2019 - Apr 25, 2019

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U.S. Hotels in Fargo, North Dakota

Fargo is a mid-sized city in the northern Midwest region of the United States. The largest city in the state of North Dakota, Fargo offers many outdoor activities and cultural events for those interested in pursuing lesser-known treats for the traveler.

A haven on the Red River

Fargo is located on the Red River in what was originally Sioux territory. The city rose to prominence under the name Centralia but was renamed after William Fargo, a well-known financier in the 19th century.

The city boasts several golf courses in the surrounding parks. The Red River ferry rides are an especially fun activity for couples and families, while museums, theaters and even a winter carnival provide much satisfaction for the cultural-minded.

Where are hotels located?

Most hotels are located around the crossing of highways 94 and 29. There are also some downtown on the Red River and near the campus of North Dakota State University.

What prices are hotels?

Fargo is a very affordable place for travelers to rent accommodations. Prices range from around $50 to $250 a night, with most options by far being under $100.

Where can I find the cheapest hotels?

If you're an efficient traveler looking for a quick and cheap option, you'll have plenty of choices in Fargo. Here are some of the best deals that you can find:

  • Motel 6 Fargo has two locations, North and South, and boasts complimentary WiFi to help you keep connected while traveling. Children under 17 stay for free, which can make this a great choice for families.
  • Similarly, Econo Lodge offers an East and a West location, a free breakfast buffet and a spa tub for relaxing after a busy day touring the city.
  • Grand Inn Fargo is a good choice for business travelers. Free WiFi and a convenient business center let you keep the work flowing while on the road.

Where can I find luxury hotels?

There are a number of hotels that have great amenities just waiting for you to experience them. Among these notable establishments are the following:

  • Hotel Donaldson is pricey but worth it, with heated ceramic floors, laundromat and a rooftop cocktail bar, and even more that awaits a guest of this hotel located in downtown Fargo.
  • Homewood Suites is a home away from home. Rooms feature kitchens, complimentary weekday newspapers and a shuttle that can take you from this hotel's location north of North Dakota State University to downtown.
  • Residence Inn is a great place to host a wedding or other reception, featuring a fireplace in the lobby, indoor pool and hot spa tub for the ultimate in a vacation getaway.

Can I find reviews of hotels?

Input from other travelers can help you make a final decision. Use Skyscanner's Hotel Search to research your options and make the best choice for your stay in Fargo.

Top rated hotels in Fargo

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What are travelers saying about Fargo?

Member reviews (7)
Steve Baumgartner
Steve BaumgartnerRochester, Minnesota, USA

We go to Fargo at least once a year, and drive through it other times of the year. Located on the border between Minnesota and North Dakota, it's a great spot to stop on several trips. They do have some tourist stuff to do, but they also have a good shopping district and some good restaurants as well.

Kip Stolberg
Kip StolbergLos Angeles, California, USA

I went to college in Fargo and I've heard all of the Fargo the movie jokes. Not that the jokes are all that far off, but it's not exactly like that. Not many people travel outside of their insulated cocoon and don't understand why anyone would want anything different.

Neil Campbell
Neil CampbellBurnley, Lancashire

Hicksville, USA, for want of a better term! Not very nice there - desolate and dusty as well as quite cold! The people are not bad but they seem to think that people like myself who have travelled are from another planet! Very set in their ways and I only hope that they've changed since the early 1980's.


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The least expensive month is April, with an average of $72 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Fargo is July, with an average price of $88 per night.
The average price of a hotel in April last year was $80 per night. This is 2% less than the average nightly price of $82 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Fargo, the expected average temperature in April is 6.8°C/44.2°F. The warmest month is typically July, which averages 28.5°C/83.3°F. The coolest month is January, with temperatures averaging -17.3°C/0.9°F.
The nearest airport to Fargo is Fargo (FAR) (2.90 miles).

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