Located in Mitchell, Ramada Inn & Suites Conference Center is in a rural location and close to Corn Palace and Mitchell Prehistoric Indian Village.
Make yourself at home in one of the 122 air-conditioned guestrooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Conveniences include complimentary weekday newspapers and irons/ironing boards, as well as direct-dial phones with free local calls and voice mail.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Take advantage of recreational opportunities offered, including an indoor pool, a spa tub, and a sauna. Additional amenities include complimentary wireless Internet access and gift shops/newsstands.
Grab a bite to eat at the hotel's restaurant, which features a bar, or stay in and take advantage of room service (during limited hours). At the end of the day, relax with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. A complimentary continental breakfast is served daily.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include business services, audiovisual equipment, and dry cleaning/laundry services. Event facilities at this hotel consist of conference/meeting rooms and small meeting rooms. A roundtrip airport shuttle is complimentary (available on request).
From the vantage point of an overstuffed sofa, bowlers can comfortably watch as their team members and opponents compete inside Eastway Bowl. In addition to luxurious seating arrangements, each of its 32 lanes features a ceiling-mounted 32-inch LCD monitor and a coffee table that can cradle specialties from the Eastway Sports Lounge and Grille. Visitors can dine lane-side on breaded cod fillet or jumbo hot dogs, or peruse menus in the lounge. Seven high-definition television screens surround the dining area, broadcasting highly anticipated sports games and television coverage of children chasing sugar-cereal mascots.
Nutty's serves stomach-satisfying sandwiches and fried snacks in a relaxed tiki-bar atmosphere. Amuse your bouche with an appetizer, such as waffle-fries nachos ($7.99) or the Super Nutty Platter—a plentiful pastiche of mozzarella sticks, cheeseballs, onion rings, popcorn chicken, fries, and a trough of Ranch dressing ($9.99). Get a belly full of beef with one of Nutty's signature burgers, including the Hog burger, topped with bacon, ham, cheddar, barbecue sauce, and fixings ($7.99) or the peanut butter burger, smothered with a sticky schmear of liquefied legumes ($6.69). Patrons who prefer platters can pig out on the Chislic ($7.59), a half pound of pan-fried beef tips served with sautéed onions and mushrooms, fries, texas toast, and choice of dipping sauce.
Located in 19 cities nationwide, Wine and Canvas commissions accomplished artists to spread the joy of painting during informal painting classes that pair a featured painting with specialty cocktails and wines available for purchase. The mobile studio’s monthly calendar includes themed classes in which instructors expound on the nuances of painting Parisian street lamps, Japanese flowers, or Venetian cityscapes. The master painters—many of them local artists—provide step-by-step instructions while students mimic each stroke and periodically dip their brushes into glasses filled with crimson cabernet. Each of the studio’s various drink-friendly venues boasts a specialty libation selected to incite creativity or conversations with fellow painters. When the artistic frenzy concludes, students return home with a finished masterpiece large enough to conceal any wall safe or mirror portal.
Boonies' cherry-bourbon barbecue sauce is the greatest source of pride for the eatery's culinary artists, who paint the homemade specialty onto a smoky canvas of slow-smoked ribs, pulled pork, and chicken. The finger-licking sauce also stakes its claim inside Boonies' brawny signature burger, which also enlivens bites with brown-sugar bacon and pepper jack cheese. Diners can alternate between sips of domestic brews and bites of chopped-chicken sandwiches or dive fork-first into a serving of beer-battered fish. Boonies opens Monday-Saturday at 4PM where multi-genre live music electrifies the air on select nights, while open-mic nights encourage visitors to show off their vocal chops, heartfelt poetry, or ability to take apart and reassemble a microphone.
Tucker's Walk Vineyard takes its name from an afghan hound named Tucker. Tucker often led his owners Dave and Sue Greenlee on walks through the property, a former farm, stopping to bask in the sunlight and scenery. Thanks to these canine-led excursions, the Greenlees began to see their property's potential as a leisure destination. As a result, they started planting grapevines, and in 2010, they obtained a federal permit as a bonded winery.
Tucker passed away several years ago, but his legacy lives on. Visitors today continue to explore his favorite scenic spots, and wine connoisseurs visit to taste award-winning wines fermented from the vineyard's cold, hardy grapes. Among those wines are Marquette, a bold, dry red, and Brianna, a fruity white with a pineapple nose. The Greenlees also ferment fruits, such as rhubarb and wild plums, into unique fruit wines.