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Hotels in Minneapolis

As part of the largest urban area in the state of Minnesota, the Twin Cities offer visitors a wide range of accommodations. Hotels in Minneapolis range from chic boutique options to five-star chains, and from cheerful B&Bs to affordable hostels. Where you stay is dependent on your own tastes and budget, but no list of the best hotels in Minneapolis is complete without the following:

Don’t let the name fool you: the Grand is more boutique than imposing old-world hostelry. Named as one of Travel + Leisure’s 500 Best Hotels in the World, the Grand offers great service and beautiful downtown views./p>

Part of the W chain of luxury hotels, the Foshay is one of the most splurge-worthy hotels in Minneapolis. A 32-story tower that was completed months before the stock market crash of 1929, the Foshay boasts 230 rooms and superlative views of the city. With its restored period lobby, 30th-floor observation deck, and 27th floor Prohibition Sky Bar, the Foshay is perfect for travelers who want to splurge on a little old-fashioned luxury.

For travelers on a budget, the Minneapolis International Hostel can’t be beat. This converted circa-1900 mansion offers everything from private suites to large dorm rooms, all costing less than a fancy dinner out.

  • Hotel Ivy

    PRICE RANGE: Dollar Dollar
    The Ziggurat style Hotel Ivy is centrally located in the Downtown West section of Minneapolis, near Orchestra Hall, and connects to convenient skyw... More
  • Le Meridien Chambers Minneapolis

    PRICE RANGE: Dollar Dollar
    Inspired by contemporary art, this 60-room boutique hotel is located in the historic theatre district, directly across the street from the 1921 Orp... More

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