Red River Lodge
901 38th St S, Fargo, North Dakota 58103 USA
“The finest hotel in it's class”
Fargo's finest hotel experience in its class, committed to providing you with the highest quality of hotel and service. You are sure to find the right accommodation to fit your needs weather staying with us for a business or pleasure. After acquisition Red River Lodge received its first renovation in 2005 to update essential amenities keeping guest comfort in focus such as carpet replacement, fresh paint, new pillow-top mattresses, introduction of king beds, 27” TVs, tile floor in the bathrooms, we replaced the old radiation heating system with in-room heat and AC units, lobby and breakfast room improvement etc. We also took a major step of going 100% SMOKE FREE, becoming first hotel in Fargo to do so. Renovation project ended in June of 2006. In year 2010, we decided to finish renovating the items we did not replace in 2005. This time our focus was bringing our hotel to the modern 3-star hotel standard along with adding many guest comforts. Changes such as new furniture, 32” & 42” LCD TVs, new light fixtures, bedding, curtains, bath-tubs, face-lift of the building exterior, new metal roof were few of the major improvements we made along with converting some double rooms to King Suites and the addition of a Grand King whirlpool suite. We also improved the breakfast area and opened “Neo Cocktails”, our bar and lounge. With the addition of suites we updated our name and logo to Red River Lodge & Suites. The renovation project ended in September of 2010. This solid concrete facility is both comfortable and quiet.
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