Travelodge Shakopee Valley
The Travelodge story began when building contractor Scott King opened the King’s Auto Court motel in San Diego to coincide with the 1935 World’s Fair. The popularity of the fair resulted in the motel being fully booked for all of 1935.
Today, the Travelodge brand partners with the voice of America’s National Parks - the National Parks Conservation Association - and features artwork from the See America Project in its lobbies. Travelodge continues to embrace adventure, just as we did in 1935. With locations near beaches, National Parks, and everything in between, Travelodge accommodates adventure seekers of all ages. Plan your next adventure, then book the Travelodge next door. Your basecamp awaits.
Best Hotel in Shakopee
Affordable rates reflect the age of the hotel, but this is a good choice for the area. Rooms are fine, restaurant on site is good, although a bit expensive. Very peaceful and open though..
The food the provided was not only delicious, but it was warm and it was present well. My personal favorite being the warm cinnamon buns. The manager of the event was amazing. He was always checking in and made sure the event ran smoothly. I was very impressed.
Very good hotel and pocket friendly too. Nice staff. Location is very good. You can hang around.