This hotel is the oldest in Minneapolis and is popular with business and leisure travelers. Over the years, this hotel has not lost its elegance and charm and continues to provide its guests with the best in luxury and style. All the 254 rooms are beautifully decorated and were renovated in 2005. Experience luxury in its superlative as you relax in the rooms, which are provided with king size beds and other amenities like high-speed Internet connection and a dimmer switch to make things more tranquil. Head to the hotel's own MST Café for a gourmet breakfast or enjoy a sumptuous dinner at the St. Paul Grill. Unwind at the Lobby Bar-the hotel's latest attraction. Function rooms are available for meetings and conferences and special packages are available for weddings.
Located in the historic Ramsey Hill neighborhood of St. Paul, this charming place is perfect for a short stay. Close to downtown, this old brick mansion was once a wedding gift. The interior has an old world charm to it with wooden flooring and glass cabinets. Rooms have king size beds, a fire place and private bathrooms. The hotel offers services and amenities that will make your stay worthwhile, especially due to the moderate accommodation rates. Call for details.
With all the modern amenities and a view of the Mississippi river, this hotel is one of the best around. Every major cultural, political and entertainment centers are close to this hotel. Recently renovated, it has been a favorite with businesses for conferences and meetings. All the 470 rooms and suites are equipped with CD players, work desks, Internet connection and feather pillows. Head to the fitness center for an action-packed workout or to the Plaza Java for a delicious breakfast. The Port of Call Lounge is an ideal place to catch up with friends over wine and cocktails. Enjoy the fine dining of the exquisite Restaurant 11 while watching the sunset. Special packages are also available for a relaxing and fun filled weekend.
If you are looking for a central location, a comfortable stay and home-like amenities, then look no further. The City Center has it all and it's one place where luxury rules the roost. All the 251 rooms and suites are equipped with state-of-the-art facilities such as Internet, 24-hour laundry and HBO, CNN and ESPN cable. For the health conscious, there is an indoor pool and fitness center. When hungry, head to the Atrium Cafe for a sumptuous breakfast or to the Capitol City Marketcafe and Bar for evening drinks. This is a good place to conduct meetings and conferences as seven meeting rooms and a grand ball room are available. Plus, all the major attractions of St. Paul, such as The Children's Museum, Como Park Zoo and the main shopping areas are located close by.
While its proximity to the Minnesota State Capitol the Best Western Kelly Inn has become a favorite among government officials, you certainly do not have to be a politician to stay here. Guest rooms are roomy and comfortable, but lack the bells and whistles of some of the city's finer establishments. The hotel's proximity to downtown makes this a low-cost alternative to downtown hotels. The staff here are friendly and well informed.
This innovative inn was originally built as a towboat in 1946, but since 1995, the tug has served as a floating bed-and-breakfast, offering five distinctive staterooms and an experience on the Mississippi River guests will not soon forget. The Pilot House suite is the hotel's premiere suite. The bedroom on the second deck affords you all the privacy and comfort you need. For a room with a view, head up the private stairway to the Wheel House. While the original captain's wheel and brass controls are interesting, the real story is the view of St. Paul's skyline, just outside the window.
The location of this hotel makes it a standout. The St. Paul Lowertown Art District is only a quick turn-of-the-century trolley ride away, and the Minnesota State Capitol is right across the freeway. As always, guests at the Embassy Suites stay in two-room suites and receive a complimentary cooked-to-order breakfast, as well as a cocktail hour in the evening. If you have forgotten anything, you can pick it up at the Suite Shoppe off the atrium. Enjoy a drink in Cork's Pub or dinner in Woolley's Restaurant.
This hotel's proximity to the Mall of America, the airport and several corporate offices makes it the perfect destination for both business and leisure travelers. Priding itself on "Taking Care of Business Suites," Hyatt Place Minneapolis Airport-South provides large workstations, two-line phones and dataports. Free shuttles to the Mall of America and the airport are offered. Apart from this, the hotel offers services and amenities that make your stay comfortable and worthwhile. Check website for details.
250 North River Ridge Circle I-35 & Highway 13 Burnsville, MN 55337
This hotel features a large open courtyard and comfortable, solid accommodations, all for affordable prices. The hotel's thirty suites all come with a whirlpool; traditional guest suites are comfortably, if simply furnished. The hotel was built in 1973 and renovated in 1995. A continental breakfast is included in all room rates. There is also an outdoor swimming pool and Bistro Wine Bar, which serves a limited selection of food.
2407 University Avenue Southeast Minneapolis, MN 55414
Renovated in 1998, this six-story hotel is popular among those visiting the University of Minnesota, including alumni, prospective students and faculty members; the hotel even offers a complimentary shuttle service between the hotel and the university. The rooms are clean and comfortable, with room closets and in-room coffee makers. These lodgings are also convenient for those looking to catch a Gophers game, or visit patients at the University Hospital.
Very few travelers will feel out of place at this
hotel, with a staff fluent in more than 20 languages. Located at the top of the Mississippi River, the hotel is 10 minutes from the Mall of America and ...
The signature of Embassy Suites is its lush tropical atriums,
which during a Minnesota winter might come in handy. The warm climate, waterfalls and babbling brooks in the atrium serve as a setting for numerous activities including the nightly ...
It is not just the chateau like structure that makes
this hotel stand out from the other hotels in downtown Minneapolis its rates are cheap, too. With rooms starting at very affordable rates, it is a great choice if ...