Free Wi-Fi and a complimentary breakfast including famous cinnamon rolls are among the perks at the Holiday Inn Express Hotel and Suites Winner in south-central South Dakota. The three-story Holiday Inn Express has 59 rooms each with cable TVs, DVD players and free Wi-Fi. Those needing to spread out and get to work can make use of the ample desks. Others in chill-out mode can sink into the ample armchairs with ottomans. Non-smoking rooms are available. A complimentary breakfast with eggs, bacon or sausage, gravy with biscuits, cereals and warm cinnamon rolls keep guests rolling out on a full stomach. Guests can ease their tired minds and muscles in the indoor heated pool. Pets are accepted for a fee. The Holiday Inn Express is on Highway 44 in Winner, the "Pheasant Hunting Capital of the World" in south-central South Dakota. The hotel is within three miles to Winner Arrow Rod & Gun Club and Leahy Bowl Ball Fields, and is five miles from Winner Country Club. There is an abundance of public fishing areas within a five-mile range. Anglers and outdoor adventurists are game for McLaughlin Dam State Game Production Area, within a 15-minute drive. Pierre Regional Airport is 95 miles. Denver International Airport is about 500 miles. our guests say the Holiday Inn Express Hotel and Suites Winner makes for more valuable stays with free Wi-Fi, a complimentary breakfast and winning staff.
Dogs up to 5 pounds are allowed. Dogs are allowed for a pet fee of $25 per pet per night.
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