This Twin Cities hotel is in downtown's trendy Mill District, an area rich in history, culture, and lively urban energy.
Located in Downtown West, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Skyway Theatre, Target Center, and Target Field. Mill Ruins Park and Basilica of Saint Mary are also within 1 mi (2 km).
This 17-story downtown hotel was renovated in June 2014, and is 2 blocks from the Target Center concert venue and the Theater District. It links via the Skyway System to shops, restaurants, businesses, and entertainment.
Located within the IDS Center, this 19-story hotel is adjacent to Nicollet Mall, 3 blocks from Target Field Stadium and Target Center, and 6 blocks from the convention center.
This ultra-contemporary hotel is located in the Block E entertainment complex, across from the Target Center, home of the NBA Timberwolves, and 1 block from the IDS Center.
Located in Downtown West, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Minneapolis City Hall and Target Center. Target Field and Mill Ruins Park are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Located in Downtown West, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Minneapolis City Hall, Target Center, and Mill Ruins Park. Target Field and Basilica of Saint Mary are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Hotel Minneapolis, Autograph Collection is located steps from some of the city's finest entertainment, shopping, and dining venues. Guests can stroll 8 minutes to Nicollet Mall, or catch a light-rail train 2 blocks away for easy access to Minneapolis-Saint Paul Airport and Mall of America.
To say that a visit to Minneapolis affords you a multitude of opportunities to experience is an understatement. Between the city, itself, St. Paul, and Bloomington just to the south, there are three destinations in one major metropolitan area, each with enough attractions to fill any vacation itinerary. With nearly 70 parks, almost 1,000 lakes, and the Mississippi River running through it, outdoor enthusiasts will have a tough time deciding which green area to explore next. What many travelers may not realize is that Minneapolis is a refined, artistic center, too. Known as the cultural capital of the Midwest, theater patrons, museum lovers, and audiophiles will be enlightened by the city’s enriching entertainment diversity. Those preferring their fellow event-goers on the slightly more rambunctious side can find instant camaraderie in the stands at one of the area’s many professional and college sporting venues. Finally, in true cosmopolitan fashion, Minneapolis has a fanatical food scene that offers gastronomical goodness ranging from adventurous street eats to inventive first-class cuisine. When you stay at one of the many fabulous hotels in Minneapolis, all of these opportunities are just a Minnesota minute away.
When you are trying to figure out where to stay in Minneapolis, it may be easier to narrow your search by neighborhood characteristics. You might desire your days to be highlighted with metropolitan flair, unassuming laid back charm, or an epic dose of retail therapy. No matter your requirements, you’ll have no trouble finding hotel rooms in Minneapolis to recharge in so you can take on the next day with fresh batteries.
Boasting nearly 60 museums—such as the highly acclaimed Walker Art Center with its contemporary exhibits, and the public outdoor installations in the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden—downtown is the heart that pumps the city’s culture. In addition to its impressive art scene, Minneapolis also has more theater seats per capita than any other city in the United States except for New York. Beyond the galleries and performance venues, downtown is home to an astonishing amount of open spaces. In fact, every Minneapolis hotel is no more than 6 blocks from a city park. Try these downtown hotels:
Across the river from downtown, you’ll find the blue-collar change of pace that is St. Paul. The cobblestone streets are lined with independently owned shops, daring craft breweries, and eclectic sidewalk cafes. Hotels in St. Paul range from affordable accommodations to upscale luxury, and all are in walking distance to the city’s attractions. Many of the area’s 900 plus lakes and 90,000 miles of shoreline are in St. Paul, so you could spend your day hiking around a local lake (or snowshoeing, if the weather permits), paddle boarding on the mighty Mississippi, or casting a line in a neighborhood pond. After a day in, on, or around the water, grab a meal at one of St. Paul’s high-density dining districts like West 7th, Selby, Lowertown, or Grand Avenue.
Sometimes, the best souvenirs don’t come from a tourist trap along a boardwalk or a kitschy kiosk in an airport. That is especially true of visitors traveling to Minneapolis. Instead, they bring home suitcases full of remembrances from the largest indoor shopping mall in the country. Located south of downtown in the suburb of Bloomington, the Mall of America is home to over 500 stores that take the term “shop ‘til you drop” to another level. There are so many high-end retailers, classy emporiums, and big-name stores to keep even the most professional shopper occupied for days on end. Luckily, there are cheap Minneapolis hotels nearby to lay your head—and store your purchases—until the next day’s barrage on the boutiques. In addition to all of that retail recreation, just north of the shopping complex is where you’ll find the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. That should make it easier to get your haul home with you. Check out these hotels for your shopping trip:
When you use Travelocity to book your trip to Minneapolis, you’ll be able to choose form a huge selection of refined hotels downtown, unique accommodations in St. Paul, and affordable rooms in Bloomington. Plus, you’ll save a lot of money in the process. How you spend it is up to you. It could be theater tickets for a travelling Broadway production, a tasting flight of local microbrews at a neighborhood gastropub, or a shopping spree at the Mall of America…or even all three!