Accomodations in Minneapolis
Small or big discount or full-service.
The Minneapolis area boats dozens of hotels ready to serve families.
Minnepolis/St. Paul's 30,000 Hotel Rooms range from budget lodging to plush accomodations.
Try these in downtown Minneapolis:
signature Art+Tech room offers sophisticated
travelers the ultimate in innovative luxury with an etched- glass headboard,
shower with multiple body jets, commissioned art, innovative lighting, high-tech
entertainment system ( including 42-ich plasma television screen) and high –speed
Internet access from anywhere in the room.
601 1st Ave. N., downtown Minneapolis
After many years sitting unused, the historic Milwaukee
Road Depot came to life in 2000, with an indoor Skating rink,
huge 15,000-square- foot water park and two hotels. Courtyard by Marriott
at the Depot provides a bustling,
yet comfortable, setting featuring 204 rooms and 23 suites (with luxurious beds).
Charley’s Café and a cocktail lounge.
225 S. 3rd Ave., downtown Minneapolis
When the President of the United States visits Minneapolis,
he may stay at the Marquette Hotel
which features deluxe oversized rooms,
complete with whirlpool bathtubs and plenty of work and sitting space.
Executive guest rooms include terry cloth robes, turndown service and
private steams baths. The Marquette is also known for its spectacular
meeting facilities, such as the 50th floor “ Windows on Minnesota,”
displaying floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking downtown Minneapolis.
710 Marquette Ave., downtown Minneapolis
The Nicollet Island Inn
is one of the few remaining
buildings associated with the early development of historic
Nicollet Island. Originally called the Island Door and Sash Company,
this 19th – century building survived one of Minneapolis’ most destructive fires
in 1893. Today, this 24-room country inn has the feel of a rural bed and breakfast
within the heart of the city. Its Nicollet Island Dining Room overlooks the Mississippi
95 Merriam St., downtown Minneapolis