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Minneapolis-Saint Paul Trip Guide

Minneapolis and Saint Paul offer one metro area with two cities’ worth of dining, arts, parks and nightlife.

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    Spoonbridge and Cherry sculpture. Photo Courtesy of Meet Minneapolis.
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    Minnehaha Falls tumbles 53 feet.
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    Minneapolis skyline. Photo courtesy of Meet Minneapolis
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    Nicollet Mall. Photo Courtesy of Meet Minneapolis

Where to stay

Le Meridien Chambers Minneapolis Walk from the boutique hotel to the theater district and Nicollet Mall. Well-curated artwork hangs in the lobby and guest rooms. If you come in winter, visit the bar made of ice. From $199. See reviews and ratings. (800) 543-4300; lemeridien.com/chambers

The Depot Renaissance Minneapolis Hotel A good choice for families, the renovated train depot offers comfy modern rooms and loads of entertainment, including an indoor water park. From $139. See reviews and ratings. (612) 375-1700; thedepotminneapolis.com

Hotel 340 Occupying three floors of the soon-to-reopen Saint Paul Athletic Club—a 13-story brick building in downtown Saint Paul—this hotel offers classy rooms and a big stone fireplace in the lobby. From $99. See reviews and ratings. (651) 280-4120; hotel340.com

Radisson Hotel Bloomington by Mall of America Kids love the ginormous Minnesota-theme water park. A free shuttle takes guests to the mall. From $119, not including water park passes. (800) 333-3333; radisson.com/bloomingtonbymoa

The Saint Paul Hotel Elegance endures in the 254 rooms and suites at this renovated downtown landmark known for its European-style furnishings. From $169. See reviews and ratings. (800) 292-9292; saintpaulhotel.com

For more information: Meet Minneapolis (888) 676-6757; minneapolis.org

 

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