F.A.Q.’s

What is the earliest I can check-in to the hotel?

Normally we can accommodate you by 3 P.M. but please give us a call at (701) 774-8020 or use your Live Chat feature to see if we can meet your accommodations.

What time is check-out?

Check-out time is 11 A.M. CST. If you need a ‘late check out’ time please feel free to contact the Front Desk. A late check out after 1:30 P.M. CST will be charged a half-day rate. A late check out after 3 P.M. CST will be charged a full day rate.

Do you provide breakfast at the hotel?

Yes. We serve a hot breakfast every morning between 6 AM and 9 AM CST.

Do you have a restaurant on-site?

You can order entrees and appetizers at Club Louie anytime of day or night. Just dial extension 109 during our Club Louie hours. Otherwise, please dial 0 and one of our Front Desk Agents can take your order.

Do you have pet rooms available?

Yes! We are a pet-friendly hotel. We charge a non-refundable cleaning fee of $15 per pet. Service animals are exempt from this charge. For you and your pet’s convenience we have pet stations located at each end of the hotel in the grassy areas.

What is there to do while I’m in Williston?

Have you been to the Fort Union Trading Post? The Fort Union Trading Post is a historical site located 25 miles southwest of Williston, ND. The Fort Union Trading Post was built-in the early 1800’s to establish fur trade between the settlers of the area and the plain’s Indian tribes. To learn more about the Fort Union Trading Post click here.

The Missouri-Yellowstone Confluence Interpretive Center is worth spending a couple of hours sightseeing. It is another historical site where the Missouri River and the Yellowstone River meet. If you’re in the Fort Buford Trading Post area, it is located one-half mile east of Fort Buford. To learn more about the Missouri-Yellowstone Confluence click here.

Another historical site worth visiting is Fort Buford, located 22 miles southwest of Williston, ND. It was built-in 1866 near the confluence of the Missouri and Yellowstone rivers, and became a major supply depot for military field operations. Original features still existing on the site include a stone powder magazine, the post cemetery site, and a large officers’ quarters building which now houses a museum. To learn more about Fort Buford click here.

There are many amenities offered at the Williston Area Recreation Center such as an indoor water park, golf simulator, racquetball courts, weight room, spinning classes, teen lounge and so much more! This 26,895-square-foot recreation center is open year round. The pool area features a water park and “flow rider” wave simulator where visitors can enjoy wake boarding with the comfort of lifeguards on duty. Be sure to check out the Williston ARC by clicking here!

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