Hotels in Minneapolis/St. Paul
From luxury resorts to small design hotels and cozy inns, there are an infinite number of great places to stay in the world, including hotels in MinneapolisSt. Paul. Browse our travel guide and get Travel + Leisure’s picks for the best MinneapolisSt. Paul hotels—all-inclusive resorts, design hotels, remote lodges, vacation rentals, and more. Our international team of editors and writers handpicks the top MinneapolisSt. Paul hotels, helping travelers discover the most popular places to stay in MinneapolisSt. Paul, and the most memorable.
Whether a boutique hotel with luxury amenities, a wilderness lodge, a cool rental home, or a country inn fit for your budget, Travel + Leisure highlights the best of the best. From affordable beach resorts and cozy inns to high-tech hotels and kid-friendly all-inclusive resorts, these MinneapolisSt. Paul hotel listings will help you find just the right place to spend the night during your visit. Below find Travel + Leisure’s top spots for where to stay in MinneapolisSt. Paul.
Inspired by contemporary art, this 60-room boutique hotel is located in the historic theatre district, directly across the street from the 1921 Orpheum Theatre. The hotel is decorated with more than 200 original artworks, including pieces by Damien Hirst, Tracey Emin, and Gary Hume.
The French-inspired all-suite property offers free shuttle service to the Mall, five miles away. Sleek rooms have fleur-de-lis accents, and there’s a beautiful indoor pool.
From the outside, it's impossible to guess that the tiny wooden building with a sloping roof and central chimney once served as the jail for the town of Taylors Falls. Along with the two-story, wooden building next door, it's now part of the Old Jail Bed and Breakfast.
The Ziggurat style Hotel Ivy is centrally located in the Downtown West section of Minneapolis, near Orchestra Hall, and connects to convenient skyway that makes it easy to walk to Minneapolis Convention Center even in the dead of winter.
A sexy new hotel in an arguably unsexy city, the W Minneapolis is a stunning 2008 renovation of the 1920’s Art Deco Foshay Tower. Until 1957, it was the tallest building west of Chicago and it has remained a city landmark.
The Milwaukee Road Depot opened in 1899; today, this restored historic complex features 225 hotel rooms, an enclosed ice-skating rink, and a 15,000-square-foot indoor water park.
Visitors return to the 24-room Nicollet Island Inn year after year for its romantic setting on a miniature island in the middle of the Mississippi. Dark wood doors, Colonial revival furniture, and real keys lend an old-world feel rarely captured in newer hotels.
In a city full of chain hotels, this floating inn—a refurbished 1946 towboat—is an adventurous way to experience the mighty Mississippi. Permanently moored off Harriet Island Regional Park, the B&B’s four bedrooms and salon offer perfect views of the giant river barges gliding by.
Despite the greeting by a doorman in a top hat, there’s a delightful lack of pretense at this historic luxury hotel.
These minimalist digs put the spotlight where it belongs: on the 200-plus pieces of world-renowned contemporary art prominently displayed throughout the lobby of this 60-room boutique hotel.
Geared toward the fashionable set, Graves 601 is within walking distance of all of Downtown’s restaurants, theaters, and bars; Target Field, the new home of the Minnesota Twins; and just three light-rail stops from the Metrodome (home of the Minnesota Vikings).
This 140-room hotel has been setting the standard for luxury in Minneapolis since it opened in 2000; its tastefully appointed rooms exude elegance, from the marble bathrooms and luxe sateen-striped comforters and down pillows to the expected Egyptian cotton sheets and silk and terry robes.