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Kettle Falls Hotel

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Reviewed 11 August 2016

Kettle Falls Hotel has an incredible history dating back prior to the NP as a portage between Rainy Lake and Namakan Lake (still used today) to get through the falls/dam. Our trip involved a day boat trip from our cabin on Kabetagoma with two young...More

3  Thank Brian K
Reviewed 28 January 2016

We traveled with about 8 to 10 other couples from Rochester. Picking up a few more along the way. One of the best road trips ever. The hotel at Kettle Falls is only accessible by boat so it's a little remote. Terrific history to the...More

3  Thank Steve R
Reviewed 19 September 2015 via mobile

We decided early in the year to get away from the cities for a long weekend over Labor Day, and chose the Kettle Falls hotel. This is about as far out as you can get and still enjoy amenities. Lovely boat ride to/from hotel. Staff...More

4  Thank Rognlois
Reviewed 11 September 2015

We have stayed in many national parks from the Everglades to Glacier Bay in Alaska and would have to rate this as the worst of the group by far. The cost was $200/night to stay in a "Villa". The Villas could be compared to duplexes...More

8  Thank LuvToTravel0899
Reviewed 24 August 2015 via mobile

This is a great reason to take the beautiful, scenic boat ride up to the dam. The property is nice and the bar food and beers were great. They had full menu but we were just stopping for a casual snack and a couple beers....More

1  Thank MegMNtravels
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"Some rooms have A/C. Others do not, but have fans."
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"Go to the Kettle Falls area but don't stay. This is excellent advice."
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"stay far away from the bar noise"
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"The hotel rooms are the best deal unless you have a dog then not so much."
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