The Hampton Inn North Sioux City hotel is conveniently located directly off South Dakota Interstate 29 at Exit 2 . The hotel is just minutes from the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center downtown Sioux City and Historic Fourth Street which allows the guests many choices in activities fine dining and shopping . Let us give you directions for everything to see and do in Siouxland . The South Dakota hotel is located just blocks from Gateway Computers and Tyson Food Headquarters in the business parks of North Sioux City and Dakota Dunes . <br><br>The North Sioux City Hampton Inn has 65 deluxe amenity filled hotel rooms that feature complimentary high-speed internet access and in every room so travelers can leave their printers at home and utilize these features in the comfort of their room . Guests can request king or queen size beds connecting rooms, rollaway beds, and cribs . <br><br>Sure to please the busy executive or leisure South Dakota traveler North Sioux City Hampton Inn Hotel guests will enjoy complimentary On the House hot breakfast buffet served daily which makes their stay such a great value . Guests will also enjoy wireless high-speed internet access and Printme . com in the breakfast room lobby and boardroom . Here at the Hampton Inn we are determined to make your stay everything you expect it to be and more . Relax in the indoor pool and spa and work out in the on-site fitness center . Lewis and Clark Trail travelers will be pleased with the high level of friendly service and comfort at the hotel .
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