Some great budget hotels in Minneapolis for under 142US$ per night include Doubletree By Hilton Minneapolis Park Place and Days Hotel By Wyndham University Ave Se. 13 cheap accommodation deals provide easy access to Sky Pesher, 2005.
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Where to stay in Minneapolis?
Best cheap hotels in Minneapolis
Minneapolis airports & Subway stations
To stay in Minneapolis near the airport, consider booking a room at Hyatt Place Minneapolis Airport South as it's within within 1.7 miles of Minneapolis-Saint Paul International airport. Choosing a hotel like Moxy Minneapolis Downtown close to Metrodome subway station will allow you to easily avoid traffic jams in Minneapolis, while also giving you close proximity to convention centers and banks. When staying at 300 Clifton near Minneapolis Sculpture Garden train station, guests benefit from convenient proximity of Minneapolis's main attractions.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
To see some of Minneapolis's nature settings, select a hotel next to Washburn A Mill Ruins, placed near parks and a river. Hewing Hotel in Warehouse district is within 0.9 miles of Saint Boniface.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Minneapolis
For those travelers looking to indulge in a bit of luxury, the 4-star Graduate Minneapolis comes with a health club, a patio and cycling. For travelers searching for a boutique hotel, choose The Hotel Minneapolis, Autograph Collection in Downtown West district. Another option is to check out the rates and amenities at the chain hotels, such as Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Downtown Minneapolis or Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Minneapolis-Golden Valley, close to Aldersgate United Methodist Church.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
Simple + Calm 1Br Apt In North Loop is a cozy apartment less than a 15-minute walk to Saint Boniface. University Retreat + Amenitized Building is a B&B that is 30 minutes' walk to Hook & Ladder Theater and Lounge. University Inn offers good deals in Dinkytown district, and it is rated as a good business hotel. W Minneapolis - The Foshay will place you next to the beach and within close proximity of Mary Tyler Moore Statue about 900 feet from Minneapolis city center.
City Guide: Discover the best of Minneapolis
Minneapolis is a hipper version of its twinned neighbor – St Paul.
Grounded in competitive relationship with its neighbor, Minneapolis has already surpassed St Paul in terms of its unique character, style, and strength. Artistic and chic about lifestyle and modern when it comes to architecture, Minneapolis has its own appeal.
Locals joke that their city is better to live in than to visit and you can see this for yourself with Booked.net. Be it a room in cheap hotel in Minneapolis to a lap of luxuries all listed with maps, photos and secure forms at Booked.net.
Even though Minneapolis rejects any attempts to place it on a par with St Paul, yet Minneapolis is not so far away from it. Actually, both cities are complementary if you speak about their high quality of life.
Are there many places than can boast of social awareness and low crime rates? Minneapolis can, as this is a city with a carefree heart and life in its art centers, galleries, and museums.
Cedar Lake features a swimming beach
Minneapolis' American Swedish Institute provides an insight to the Swedish-American history
The Bell Museum of Natural History dates back to 1872 and is dedicated to Minnesota's wildlife
Minneapolis Sculpture Garden exhibits a collection of 8,000 artworks
Park at MOA covers more than seven acre of land packed with amusements
Minneapolis won popularity through The Malcolm E. Willey House listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This unique building was designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright in the early 1930s.
Minneapolis is the only city nestled on Saint Anthony Falls, a unique waterfall on the Mississippi River. The city learned to profit from its setting and by the 1930s earned the fame as "the greatest direct-drive waterpower center the world has ever seen." It means that the land of Minneapolis is a real whirlwind of energy and the largest mills specializing in cotton, paper, sashes, and wood processing are in the area.
Along with industrial flourish the city of Minneapolis boasts of cultural tapestry with notable architecture in the city. Thanks to renewal projects that took a hold onto the city in 1950s, deep water lakes in Minneapolis share one space with glittering skyscrapers, modern shopping centers and upscale dining.
You can discover how the city makes it all come together only on your stay there. With Booked.net a stay in Minneapolis has been never easier.