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Burlington Iowa Accommodations

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The Burlington center point is around the area of Burlington Amtrak Station and 1 mile north of Southeast Iowa Regional Airport.

Welcome to Burlington, one of Iowa's lovely little river towns. Whether you want to stay in the central business district or on the outskirts of town, Burlington has a variety of hotels to meet your needs. More from this guide...

Burlington Hotels/Motels & Accommodations

Candlelight Manor B & b in Burlington
303 South 6th St., Burlington, IA 52601
  • 3 star hotel
Super 8 Burlington Iowa in Burlington 3001 Kirkwood St., Burlington, IA 52601
  • Cheap hotel
  • Free breakfast available
  • Breakfast is mediocre
  • Almost all guests said rooms were dirty
Quality Inn in Burlington
3051 Kirkwood St., Burlington, IA 52601
  • 2-star Highway hotel
  • Hotel has 51 rooms
  • Decent parking lot
  • World class service
The Pzazz! Resort Hotel & Catfish Bend Inn & Spa in Burlington
3001 Winegard Dr., Burlington, IA 52601
  • Affordable Highway hotel
  • 3 floors in hotel
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Howard Johnson Hotel Burlington : 2759 Mount Pleasant St. 2759 Mount Pleasant St., Burlington, IA 52601
  • Cheap Suburban hotel
  • 5 conference rooms in property
  • Ac didn't work
  • Good location
Average 3.0 /5Reviews CallBookMore Details
Fairfield Inn
1213 North Roosvelt, Burlington, IA 52601
  • 3-star Highway property
  • Fitness center on property
  • Breakfast is good
  • Location is great
Holiday Inn Express & Suites Burlington : 1605 North Roosevelt Ave. 1605 North Roosevelt Ave., Burlington, IA 52601
  • Two star Suburban property
  • Check in time: 3:00 PM
Very Good 4.0 /5Reviews CallBookMore Details
Comfort Suites & Conference Center Burlington : 1780 Stonegate Center Dr. 1780 Stonegate Center Dr., Burlington, IA 52601
  • Three Star Highway property
  • 86 suites in hotel
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Americinn West Burlington 628 South Gear Ave., West Burlington, IA 52655 ~2.73 miles west of Burlington
  • Economical property
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Super 8 Fort Madison Ia - Fort Madison 5107 Ave. O, Fort Madison, IA 52627 ~17.64 miles southwest of Burlington
  • Two star hotel
  • Free breakfast
Average 3.0 /5Reviews CallBookMore Details
Comfort Inn & Suites 6169 Reve Court, Fort Madison, IA 52627 ~19.36 miles southwest of Burlington
  • Cheap hotel
  • 79 sleeping rooms in hotel
Very Good 4.0 /5Reviews CallBookMore Details
Best Western Mt. Pleasant Inn 810 North Grand Ave., Mount Pleasant, IA 52641 ~24.83 miles west of Burlington
  • Economy Downtown property
  • 2 floors in property
Super 8 Mt. Pleasant Ia - Mount Pleasant 1000 North Grand Ave., Mount Pleasant, IA 52641 ~24.89 miles west of Burlington
  • Low priced Rural hotel
  • Hotel has 55 rooms
  • Terrific location
  • Nice staff
Comfort Inn & Suites - Mount Pleasant
1200 East Baker St., Mount Pleasant, IA 52641 ~24.91 miles west of Burlington
  • Economy property
  • Friendly service
  • Quick stay
Americinn Mount Pleasant 1100 North Grand Ave., Mount Pleasant, IA 52641 ~24.95 miles west of Burlington
  • Economical hotel
Americinn Monmouth : 1 Americinn Way 1 Americinn Way, Monmouth, IL 61462 ~25.12 miles east of Burlington
  • Two-star Highway hotel
  • Hotel has 7 suites
  • Great breakfast
  • Friendly service
Super 8 Monmouth Il 1122 North 6th St., Monmouth, IL 61462 ~26.13 miles east of Burlington
  • Low priced hotel
  • Check in: 11:00 AM
Super 8 Keokuk in Keokuk 3511 Main St., Keokuk, IA 52632 ~30.83 miles southwest of Burlington
  • Two-star Rural hotel
  • Hotel has 61 rooms
Quality Inn : 3404 Main 3404 Main, Keokuk, IA 52632 ~30.98 miles southwest of Burlington
  • 3 star Suburban hotel
  • 3 floors in property
  • Terrific location
  • The drain didn't drain
Very Good 4.0 /5Reviews CallBookMore Details
Hampton Inn Keokuk : 3201 Main St. 3201 Main St., Keokuk, IA 52632 ~31.02 miles southwest of Burlington
  • 3 star Downtown hotel
  • Comp. Breakfast
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Baymont Inn & Suites in Keokuk 325 Main St., Keokuk, IA 52632 ~31.82 miles southwest of Burlington
  • Low-priced Riverfront hotel
  • 3 conference rooms in property
  • Comfortable bed
  • Great service
Average 3.0 /5Reviews CallBookMore Details
Quality Inn 1646 North Lafayette St., Macomb, IL 61455 ~32.55 miles southeast of Burlington
  • 2-star Highway hotel
  • 58 rooms in property
Macomb Inn : 1400 North Lafayette St. 1400 North Lafayette St., Macomb, IL 61455 ~32.70 miles southeast of Burlington
  • Low-priced Golf Course hotel
  • Hotel has an eco-friendly policy See policy
  • Floor was vacuumed
  • There was no phone
Super 8 Macomb in Macomb 313 University Dr., Macomb, IL 61455 ~32.90 miles southeast of Burlington
  • Economical Highway property
  • Hotel has 40 rooms
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Americas Best Value Inn 1414 West Jackson St., Macomb, IL 61455 ~32.97 miles southeast of Burlington
  • 2-star Rural hotel
  • Hotel has 40 rooms
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The county seat of Des Moines County, Burlington is also the cultural, historical, and economic capital of the area. It's situated right along the Mississippi River, with the majestic Great River Bridge spanning from downtown across the river into Illinois.

Burlington had its beginning in 1805, when Zebulon Pike's expedition reached the bluffs below the city and deemed it a suitable location for a fort. Although this fort was never built, the site was easily defendable, as well as a convenient spot for manufacturing and trade. In 1834, an early settler bought one of the first lots in town and named the city Burlington after his hometown of Burlington, Vermont. Just three years later, Burlington became the capital of the Iowa Territory. In the latter half of the 19th century, Burlington became an important stop for steamboats and railroads. Today, the town still relies on transportation and manufacturing as its two major industries, although it also has a vibrant arts and cultural scene — a notable feature, especially for a city of only about 25,000 residents.

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When to Visit Burlington, IA

The best time to visit Burlington, Iowa is in the spring, when the long winter ends and temperatures rise to more comfortable levels. From April to June, Burlington boasts an average high in the low 70s with a nightly temperature around 50 degrees. Because of this beautiful weather, this is the perfect time to head outdoors and go to one of the city's numerous parks or outdoor recreation areas. With over 200 acres of parks, Burlington offers activities such as hiking, water sports, disc golf, and more. You can also enjoy spectacular views of the Mississippi River. In June, the annual Steamboat Days event draws people from around the area. Demand for hotel rooms varies during this season, so you should start your search early to ensure you get the hotel of your choice.

Despite the cold, Burlington is also an excellent spot for your winter vacation. During the winter, Burlington offers plenty of opportunities to see concerts and musical theater indoors. If you aren't into these types of activities, there are several ski resorts only about an hour north of the city, including Sundown Mountain and Sundown Winter Sports Park. These two ski fields offer challenging slopes for beginner and intermediate skiers and snowboarders, as well as terrain parks for advanced skiers. During winter breaks, hotels can fill up quickly. However, Burlington is far enough away from the ski fields that you can get a deal if you don't mind the drive.

In the summer, temperatures rise to an average daily high in the mid-80s and a low in the mid-60s. Although it can get hot at times, Burlington is typically more comfortable than towns farther south on the Mississippi. This provides picture-perfect weather for water sports on the Mississippi, as well as biking, running, and team sports around the city. If you love sports, the Burlington Bees, which are the Single-A affiliate of the Los Angeles Angels, play 72 home games a year and are tons of fun to watch. Burlington is also the ending point of RAGBRAI, the world's largest bike touring event. When there are important games or when the RAGBRAI concludes in Burlington, finding a hotel room is tricky. Because of this, it's best to take a look at a local events calendar to ensure there isn't going to be a huge influx or people for an event.

The fall is perhaps the most beautiful season in Burlington. There's nothing quite like the mighty Mississippi winding its way through the bluffs amid the brown, gold, red, and yellow leaves of the native trees. The temperatures fall considerably, and thus, it's pleasant to go on hikes or stroll through the downtown promenade. There's not a high demand for hotels during this time, so it's possible to score a hot deal on a hotel in the area.

Below is a chart of the current pricing seasonality of hotels and motels in Burlington, IA:

seasonality of hotel rates in Burlington

Averate Rates by Star Rating

Below are 3 charts displaying average price trends by star rating class in Burlington, IA. Analyze these line graphs to evaluate the cheapest months to book a room in Burlington for your upcoming travels.

Luxury Hotel Options in Burlington, IA

If you're looking for an upscale hotel that's only a few miles from downtown Burlington, check out the AmericInn in West Burlington. While you aren't in the heart of the city, this hotel more than makes up for it with in-room amenities such as a whirlpool, refrigerator, microwave, fireplace, complimentary wireless internet access, a spacious floor plan, a work desk, free newspapers, and an LCD television. After relaxing in the room, you may want to wander about the grounds. During your journey, you'll locate the sumptuous indoor pool and spa tub, an arcade and game room, and if it's morning, a free hot breakfast. Plus, you'll be close to attractions such as the Westland Mall, Fun City Water Park, Southeastern Community College, Community Field, and Spirit Hollow Golf Club.

Budget Hotel Options in Burlington, Iowa

3 Star Average Prices: $110.89

Finding an affordable hotel in Burlington isn't difficult if you know where to look. The Super 8 in Burlington is the perfect place to stay if you don't want to spend your entire vacation fund on accommodation. This hotel offers superb in-room amenities, such as a safe, microwave, iron and ironing board, complimentary Wi-Fi access, and a refrigerator. There's also free parking and a complimentary breakfast each morning. When you stay here, you'll also be right next to some of the most popular attractions in the area, including Snake Alley, Huck's Harbor Outdoor Water Park, Crapo Park, Fun City, and the Old Mill Antique Mall.

3 Star Hotel Prices in Burlington

2 Star Average Prices: $76.22

2 Star Hotel Prices in Burlington

Which Burlington hotels have real discounts?

For travelers who want to save even more money on their trip to Burlington, it's in their best interest to seek out hotels that offer discounts. The Comfort Suites in Burlington offers extensive discounts to members of AAA, as well as AARP cardholders and seniors. At the Comfort Suites, you're only a short drive away from exciting points of interest such as the Catfish Bend Casino, Spirit Hollow Golf Course, Burlington Memorial Auditorium, and the Art Center of Burlington. On-site amenities include guest laundry facilities, free coffee around the clock, an indoor heated pool, free newspapers on weekdays, an arcade and game room, a fitness center, a bar and lounge, and a spa tub. When you decide to hunker down for the evening, your room provides a refrigerator, microwave, complimentary wireless internet, free local calls, a hair dryer, and a television with cable programming.

Value Hotel Options in Burlington, IA

While Burlington has plenty of luxury and budget hotels, it also has several mid-range options. This allows you to maximize your hotel experience without breaking the bank. At the Nauvoo Vacation Villas and Condos just across the river in Illinois, you'll be on the outskirts of town, meaning you won't have to deal with heavy traffic or crowds. This rural hotel offers plenty of benefits, including a full kitchenette that has a refrigerator and microwave, complimentary wireless high-speed internet, satellite TV, and your choice of a one-, two-, or three-bed condo. This location is 20 miles from downtown Burlington, but it's close to some points of interest on the Illinois side of the river, including the Joseph Smith Historic Site, Nauvoo Park, Baxter's Vineyards, Lovers Glen Park, and the Nauvoo Temple, which is the second oldest Mormon temple in the world.

Another value option that's closer to the city is the Howard Johnson. This family friendly hotel is close to popular locales such as Catfish Bend Casino, downtown Burlington, Fun City, and Snake Alley. On-site features include a 24-hour fitness center, two indoor pools, a poolside bar, a bar and lounge, and a daily complimentary continental breakfast. When you're ready for bed, you can unwind by reading the news with free high-speed internet, watch the game on an LCD television with cable programming, or dig out the leftovers from the refrigerator.

Things to Do in Burlington, Iowa

There are plenty of things to do in Burlington no matter what your interests. However, there are a few activities that stand out above the rest. If you visit Burlington in mid-June, you can't afford to miss the community's annual, weeklong Steamboat Days. This festival, which takes place right along the banks of the Mississippi River, features local and national musical acts, a carnival with over 25 rides, food vendors, a talent show, a golf tournament, and a closing fireworks display each evening.

If you don't make your way to Steamboat Days, there's no need to worry. Burlington offers numerous concerts throughout the year at venues such as the Capital Theater and Memorial Auditorium. The Art Center is also worth a visit; it shows several traveling art exhibitions throughout the year, and it offers workshops and classes.

With so much to do, it may take you an entire month to explore everything that Burlington has to offer. However, no matter what you decide to do on your trip, you can find the perfect Burlington hotel to suit your tastes and exceed your expectations.

Verified reviews of the city: Burlington, IA

Below are reviews of the city of Burlington, IA from an actual visitor's perspective.

"Entertainment Options"
Score 4.0 / 5

I liked the entertainment which was Fun City and the shopping mall.

Jackie B., from 26-Mar-2014
The average traveler rating of the city of Burlington, IA shown above is 4.0 out of 5 based on 1 reviews
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