371 Hotels and Inns near Saint Olaf, IA

Prairie du Chien, WI  
Capacity: 50
wood frame contemporary, natural wood, cedar siding, central garden courtyard.
Fennimore, WI  
Capacity: 99
Luxury hideaway with scenic country setting - 2 1/2 miles west of Fennimore on Hwy 18.
Dyersville, IA  
Capacity: 100
Conveniently located at intersection of Highways 20 and 136 - 22 miles west of Dubuque - Near casinos and racetrack.
Caledonia, MN  
Capacity: 400
$60-$640 per event
Our Four Seasons Community Center gives individuals, families and businesses a warm and inviting venue to meet, socialize and learn. It is handicap accessible and has ample parking for guests. Four Seasons Community Center amenities include: state-of-the-art sound system, portable dance floor, proj
Four-story Motor Hotel on Highway 20 near Kennedy Mall, 10 miles from Dubuque Municipal airport.
Dubuque, IA  
Capacity: 80
2-story brick - 1.5 mi to downtown; 7 mi from airport; Hill/Bryant exit off Hwy 20.
Dubuque, IA  
Capacity: 60
Three-Story Inn located in Dubuque's historic district, close to the Mississippi riverfront.
Dubuque, IA  
Capacity: 500
Experience this remarkable boutique hotel, offering the area's most elegant accommodations and impeccable service. After a $30+ million complete renovation, the Hotel Julien Dubuque is now a true landmark of luxury and sophistication. The hotel's contemporary elegance and sumptuous comfort complemen
Dubuque, IA  
Capacity: 100
You will find the perfect venue for every occasion within one facility. Our Grand Ballroom is the ideal setting for conferences, weddings, holiday parties or any formal gathering up to 1,000 guests. The all-glass "River Room" will enchant your more private gatherings and the Exhibit Hall is a simply
Waterloo, IA  
Capacity: 100
Five-story downtown Motor Inn located next to Sullivan Brothers Conv Ctr, 6 blocks from Young Arena & 7 miles from Waterloo Arpt.
Waterloo, IA  
Capacity: 200
$85-$95 per event
The Grout Museum is located in Waterloo, Iowa. The museum was established in 1932 and is widely acknowledged as one of the cornerstones of culture in Northeast Iowa. Accredited by the American Association of Museums, the Museum District includes five distinct properties - the Grout Museum of History