Apr 19, 2019 - Apr 20, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
One-half of the “Twin Cities,” Minneapolis is known for its many parks and lakes. Minneapolis is the largest city in Minnesota and was the city that helped launch the careers of many famous musicians including Prince and Bob Dylan. The city is located along the Mississippi River and is known as a place for tourists who enjoy art and the great outdoors.
If you an art buff you can view some of the great works of art located in the city at the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis Sculpture Garden which is home to the well-known “Spoonridge and Cherry” sculpture, and the Contemporary Art Museum. If you are looking for a little more action during your trip, you can enjoy a game at the TCF Bank Stadium or attend one of the many popular music festivals or concerts that take place throughout the year.
Whether you are looking for top star accommodations along the river, or just want a place to hang your hat for your trip, you can find the best prices on hotels in Minneapolis by using Skyscanner’s hotel search tool. The search tool will allow you to sort your results by price, star rating, and even hotel amenities.
The largest concentration of hotels located in the Minneapolis area is in the downtown area just to the west of the river. Many of the hotels are easily accessible off of the main highways that run through the city including Interstates 94 and 35W.
Hotels in the Minneapolis area fall in the moderate price range of a tourist city. You can get a room for the night as low as $70 per night to as high as $200 per night in and around the downtown area.
Most hotels in the city include free breakfast, free Wi-Fi, pools and hot tubs, fitness centers, shuttles, and transportation. Some of the hotels feature unique amenities such as an ice skating rinks and contemporary art collections.
There are many 4-star rated hotels in the city of Minneapolis. Some of the most popular 4-star hotels in the area include:
I love Minneapolis and its close neighbor St.Paul! The museums and the historic buildings (like the Cathedral and the Capitol) are beautiful!
I will always come home! Love Minnesota but lowkey what's up with the potholes and shit y'all owe me 2 cars now
Perhaps winter isn't the time to visit. Friendly people but, with only a couple of exceptions, visually boring. The city can't seem to decide if the want to emphasize their history or Theo modernity. They have ended up with a hodgepodge that reflects neither.
Minneapolis has an amazing foodie scene, tons of theaters, and a load of outdoor adventures within an hour drive of downtown. One of my favorite towns in the US