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Renaissance Minneapolis Hotel, The Depot
7 reviews
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Nicollet Island Inn
6 reviews
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The Westin Minneapolis
5 reviews
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Le Meridien Chambers Minneapolis
5 reviews
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W Minneapolis - The Foshay
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7 reviews
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Hyatt Regency Minneapolis
4 reviews
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Minneapolis Hotel Insider
Minneapolis is the larger of the Twin Cities, a sprawling metropolis and one of the biggest business hubs in the United States. As such, it has been named one of the top ten “Tech Cities,” and one of the “Coolest Cities for Young Professionals,” earning it a mainstay in the world of entrepreneurial youth. It’s not without draws to other demographics, though: home of the massive Mall of America, it provides a wealth of opportunity for families and materialistic tourists; while its thriving performing arts scene makes it the third largest theater market in America. To accommodate the flood of visitors that swarm through this city annually, Minneapolis is equipped with over 400 hotels, ranging from economy-priced to flat-out swanky.

Minneapolis Hotels
A wealth of business-friendly hotels are available on nearly every corner of this city, making life easy for those who find themselves in Minneapolis with no time to sightsee. Top names like the Hilton, Sheraton, and Marriott stake claim to pieces of prime real estate, offering both convenience to transportation, the Minneapolis Convention Center, and the airport, as well as the top-notch service consistent with their brands. Check out the Westin for its extra touches - the hotel is housed inside an old brick bank, and provides double shower heads in its luxury-minded rooms.

On the subject of luxury, there are plenty of high-end options in this category as well - whether you’re on business or not. The W Minneapolis is connected to world-famous Manny’s Steakhouse, while Hotel Ivy embraces the recent push in local food sourcing and offers a full in-house spa. Swim in the deepest pool in the city at Millennium Hotel, or take a step back in time at The Depot, built inside an old train station. All of these world-class accommodations will also put you right in the heart of the city, convenient to many of its most frequented attractions: the Convention Center, Target Center, and Mill Ruins Park. For a more local experience, check out the Nicollet Island Inn, a 19th century historic building that offers a communal kitchen, 5-course champagne brunch, and scintillating views of downtown Minneapolis and the Stone Arch Bridge.

Of course, those with shallower pockets can also enjoy the city on a dime: reputable brands like the newly overhauled Best Western and Residence Inn have clean, comfortable locales in and around the prime parts of the city.

Things to Do
Whether on business or not, there are plenty of things to do in Minneapolis. True to its reputation, the city caters to arts, theater and music lovers with a plethora of performing arts centers, museums, and galleries. The critically acclaimed Guthrie Theater offers fresh interpretations of Shakespeare, while Orchestra Hall features some of the country’s most superb operatic performances. Modern art showcases abound at Walker Art Center, one of the “Big Five” world art museums, and the Minneapolis Institute of Arts offers interactive galleries, family-friendly programs, and art that appreciates everything from sports icons to mushrooms. Meanwhile First Avenue, the local favorite nightclub, features live music, DJs, and even big-time bands; pop artist Prince is known to show up now and then, in person. Central to all of these attractions is the highly-acclaimed Grand Hotel Minneapolis, where you can enjoy spacious, granite bathrooms and a nightly wine hour.

For a more natural experience check out Lake Calhoun, the city’s playground, popular for kayaking, windsurfing, sunbathing, and volleyball in the summer, and ice fishing in the winter. Lake Harriet offers a true American summer experience: cabins, family crowds, and live music in the amphitheater. Not far outside the city center is iconic Minnehaha Falls, popular with outdoor enthusiasts for hiking and picnicking.
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Popular Attractions in Minneapolis

Minnehaha Park and Falls
Outdoors, Park
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Minneapolis Sculpture Garden
Sights and Museums, Art Museum, Monument
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Target Field
Sports, Baseball Stadium
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Lake Calhoun
Outdoors, Beaches and Watersports, Hiking and Nature, Park, Fishing
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Popular Restaurants in Minneapolis

Hell's Kitchen
American, Breakfast & Brunch, Sandwich
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Chino Latino
Fusion, Bar
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Psycho Suzi's Motor Lounge
American, Breakfast & Brunch, Bar
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French Meadow Bakery & Cafe
American, Vegetarian, Bakery, Vegan,
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