DULUTH, Minn. (AP) -- The Radisson hotel in downtown Duluth has reopened nearly three months after being closed by a water main break.
Thursday's reopening comes just in time for the city's busy summer tourist season.
The Radisson's Harborview hotel closed on March 13 after the hotel's water line under Superior Street broke. The break flooded the sub-basement's mechanical room with four feet of water, sand and dirt and knocked out power.
Officials say the cost of repairs and new utilities is over $3 million.
The Duluth News Tribune reports a top-to-bottom cleaning of the 16-story, 268-room hotel wrapped up Wednesday night.