The Hubs, 14 year old granddaughter, and I stayed here en route to the Mt. Rushmore area. We are Hampton Inn people, but some of the negative comments on TA almost made me reconsider. I'm glad we stuck with Hampton. The location is near I 29. The area is not impressive upon first entering it. However, it turned out to be a great area, very convenient to lots of shopping and dining options. The Outback Steak House was just across the parking lot. Hans was efficient with checking us in even with a demanding woman who had no reservation. He was alone and a line formed, but he handled everyone, even her, professionally.
This Hampton is an older model, which I actually like a lot. The bathroom sink is in the corner of the bathroom, making the small space seem larger. We had 2 queen beds, a fridge and microwave, armoire closet and desk. And an easy chair. The AC/ heat worked fine and the beds and pillows were up to Hampton's usual fine standards.
The breakfast area was large, clean, and well arranged with all the usual options including breads, hard boiled eggs, cereals, make your own waffles, and hot item. On this day hot choices were a cheese omelet and Bagel Toppers, which is actually one of my favorites (others will not agree) with cheese and bacon bits on top of a bagel half. The have cranberry juice among juice choices, which I appreciate.
Checkout was also efficient. The desk folks can give you a map and directions for nearby shopping and dining. We would certainly happily stay here again.