|Most expensive month:||March|
|Average price in Minneapolis:||$172/night|
|Absolute cheapest price found:||$23/night|
|Most expensive day:||Saturday|
$87 - $251
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Minneapolis has plenty to offer. Consider staying in some of its favored locations, like North Loop, Downtown West, and Elliot Park.
Millennium Minneapolis is a very popular hotel in Minneapolis with a score of 7.7 from 2,035 reviews. Radisson Blu Minneapolis Downtown (8.4 from 1,177 reviews) and Hilton Minneapolis (8.3 from 1,076 reviews) are also highly rated Minneapolis hotels based on recent feedback from HotelsCombined users.
Millennium Minneapolis is a hotel near Minneapolis Convention Center that is popular with HotelsCombined users, scoring 7.7 across 2,035 reviews.
For a good hotel near to Target Field, consider Millennium Minneapolis - it is rated 7.7/10 from 2,035 HotelsCombined reviews.
2,035 HotelsCombined reviews of Millennium Minneapolis score it 7.7/10, making it a highly recommended hotel near Target Center.
Searches in the last 72 hours suggest an average price of around $204/night is normal for a hotel in Minneapolis.
HotelsCombined searches in the last 3 days suggest cheap Minneapolis hotels have prices starting from as low as $51/night, depending on the popularity of your requested dates.
Thanks to an abundance of shopping districts, Minneapolis is a hub for retail therapy. For example, you can enjoy an urban shopping scene along North Loop Street located in the Warehouse District, while Uptown is more for visitors who love all things thrifting. On the other hand, Lake Street is popularly known for its culture, history, and a wide array of restaurants, specialty produces, and grocery stores. It is among the best places to sample international cuisine in Minneapolis as well. To be close to the action, consider staying in Minneapolis hotels, such as The Marquette Hotel, which is in proximity to Nicolette Mall Shopping Center, and city attractions like Minnesota Sea Life Aquarium.
When traveling with kids, you want to be situated in a central place where there’s a bit of everything, including but certainly not limited to shopping, entertainment, food and drink spots, and the Mall of America, Minneapolis. MOA has plenty of food courts, restaurants, and a movie theater. It also includes attractions such as Sea Life, Nickelodeon Universe, Amazing Mirror Maze, Crayola Experience, and flight simulation aerial tours of the greatest U.S. landmarks at FlyOver America. To be close to MOA, why not book a hotel in Minneapolis, such as the Radisson Blu, which is directly connected to MOA and in proximity to the Metro Light Rail. Another cheap Minneapolis hotel to consider is the Emery Hotel, Autograph Collection, which is close to public transportation bus and metro lines and in proximity to MOA, including area attractions such as the Target Field, city center, and the Minnesota Sea Life Aquarium.
When looking for a peaceful and quiet hotel in Minneapolis, it needs to hit the trifecta: be in proximity to the downtown area and its attractions, be near public transportation and be located in an affordable neighborhood. One such neighborhood is Loring Park, which is a quick commute to downtown and uptown, plus it is walkable and has plenty of greenery to offer the best of both worlds. Another quiet neighborhood that ticks all the boxes is Downtown West, which is walkable, and you can find cheap hotels in Minneapolis such as Loews, The Foshay, Radisson Blu, Emery, etc. When you stay in one of these quiet hotels in Minneapolis, you will also be in proximity to notable points of interest, including the Target Field, Orpheum Theatre, St. Anthony Falls, etc. Consider staying at the Hyatt Centric if you’re hoping for a little shopping therapy as this Minneapolis hotel is in proximity to Nicollet Mall and Mall of America, which simplifies your trip to the city.
Downtown Minneapolis is rife with great restaurants that are worth visiting, like the 112 Eatery to enjoy guest-favorite entrees, such as steak tartare, foie gras, ahi tuna, frog legs, tres leches cake, and more. Giulia is also a popular restaurant in the heart of downtown Minneapolis where the chef whips up various Northern Italian meals paired with beer or wine for a real Italian experience. Still in the downtown area are must-visit restaurants, such as the Six15 Room for cocktails and drink specials, the Hen House Eatery for their unique omelets and chicken sausages, and Zen Box Izakaya for their ramen, ribs, and Gyozas. If you have booked a hotel in a quiet neighborhood in Minneapolis, most specifically, Loring Park, you can have brunch at Eggy’s Dinner or head to P.S. Steak for some ribeye, steak, oysters, crab cakes, and a selection of house wines. The Linden Hills neighborhood also has a few notable restaurants like Martina for their Jalapeno Burger and potato churros, the Tbsp. Liege Waffles for their loaded waffles, Tilia for their fish taco tortas, and for some freshly smoked brisket and meat platters, the Old Southern BBQ Smokehouse is the place to be.