For a lodging experience unlike other hotels in South Bend Indiana, we invite you for a comfortable stay at the La Quinta Inn & Suites South Bend hotel. Located along the banks of the St. Joseph River, South Bend is a community known for its great industrial history and its rich college football heritage, with South Bend being the original home of the Studebaker automobile and the University Of Notre Dame. South Bend offers various cultural, recreational, sporting and entertainment opportunities including, the Studebaker National Museum, Northern Indiana Center for History, College Football Hall of Fame, and University of Notre Dame. At the newly remodeled La Quinta Inn & Suites South Bend Hotel our goal is to make your stay convenient and stress free. Unwind with a relaxing swim in our indoor heated pool or take advantage of our fitness room for a great workout. Our business center is open 24 hours a day 7 days a week, and our pantry is available when you need that something extra. There is also an on-site laundry facility as well. Each guest room offers comfy beds, flat screen HD TV, microwave, refrigerator, coffee maker, hair dryer, iron and board, premium cable channels, data port phones, free high speed internet and free local calls, because we want you to feel right at home. After you enjoy a restful night at our South Bend IN hotel, join us for our free Bright Side Breakfast while catching up on the happenings. Book your reservations early and enjoy your retreat at the La Quinta Inn & Suites South Bend hotel.
We got back at 2 am after a night of visiting friends and the manager had ordered himself a pizza. He basically made us take some, and we were all too willing to enjoy it! That basically sums up 99% of the staff we interacted with! Nice and clean and the whole building seemed brand new. Definitely recommend
We did have to wait 45 minutes for our room but there was a mass exodus from a baseball team because of the weather (tourney rained out) so the cleaning staff was a little confused on which rooms were needed right away. Personally, I would have fired the girl for back talking to the receptionist. She was the 1% I refereed to above