A guide to the city's best digs
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Once the world's flour-milling capital, the City of Lakes is now even cooler thanks to a bustling downtown music scene, an abundance of restaurants and bars, and now, a list of the best places to stay! Whether you're in town for a night or a week, our list will have you comfy in no time

Graves 601 Hotel 601 1st Ave North; 612.677.1100 Directly across the street from the Target Center in the heart of downtown, Graves is billed as one of MSP's most luxurious hotels, thanks to a multi-million dollar facelift to make their opulent rooms even more opulenter. Read the full review...
Le Meridien Chambers Minneapolis 901 Hennepin Ave; 612.767.6900 MSP's only actual boutique hotel, Chambers lies smack in the middle of the Hennepin Ave theater district, and compensates for its lack of size with a supremely clean, contemporary aesthetic. Read the full review...
The Commons Hotel 615 Washington Ave. SE; 612.379.8888 Potentially the fist swanky college hotel since, well, ever, University of Minnesota-perched Commons has boutique charm but enough rooms to house all of those crazy Wisconsin fans in town for the border battle. Read the full review...
The Saint Paul Hotel 350 Market St; 651.292.9292 Sometimes the best hotels are the ones that tell you exactly what they are, like the old-school grand madame of MSP lodging known as the Saint Paul Hotel, which, with it's downtown locale and epic scope, lives up to its title as the St. Paul hotel. Read the full review...
Hotel Ivy 201 S. 11th St; 612.746.4600 Who needs ivory towers when you've got the Luxury Hotel Collection's Hotel Ivy, which was built partially into the formerly crumbling facade of an old ivy-fied building that's just a stone's throw from downtown's shopping district and Orchestra Hall. Read the full review...
Aloft Minneapolis 900 Washington Ave. South; 612.455.8400 Make telling people where you're staying in Mpls a Who's-On-First-ian excercise in semantics by staying at the Mississippi River-side, Euro-mod Aloft. "Cool. Which loft?" ALOFT. You get it. Read the full review...
The Grand Hotel Minneapolis 615 Second Ave. South; 612.288.8888 Good news! It doesn't actually cost a grand to stay at the Grand Hotel Minneapolis, making the classy downtown host to everyone from the Yankees to Lady Gaga a pretty good option for the common man as well. Read the full review...
Lux Lake Minnetonka Home Fairview St; Email for reservation Finally achieve your dream of being just like the dudes in American Pie 2 and rent this lakeside Victorian on massive, multi-bay Lake Minnetonka, just 10mins west of downtown Minneapolis. Read the full review...

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1. Graves 601 Hotel 601 1st Ave N, Minneapolis, MN (Downtown)

Directly across the street from the Target Center in the heart of downtown, Graves takes it's name from what opposing teams inevitably dig for the T-Wolves when they stay there.

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2. Le Meridien Chambers Minneapolis 901 Hennepin Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55403 (Downtown)

MSP's only actual boutique hotel, Chambers lies smack in the middle of the Hennepin Ave theater district, and compensates for its lack of size with a super flashy car supremely clean, contemporary aesthetic.

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3. The Commons Hotel 615 Washington Ave SE, Minneapolis, MN 55414 (Dinkytown)

Potentially the fist swanky college hotel since, well, ever, University of Minnesota-perched Commons has boutique charm but enough rooms to house all of those crazy Wisconsin fans in town for the border battle.

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4. The Saint Paul Hotel 350 Market St, St. Paul, MN 55102 (Downtown St Paul)

Sometimes the best hotels are the ones that tell you exactly what they are, like the old school grand madame of MSP lodging known as the Saint Paul Hotel, which, with it's downtown locale and epic scope, lives up to its title as the St. Paul hotel.

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5. Hotel Ivy 201 S 11th St, Minneapolis, MN 55403 (Downtown)

Who needs ivory towers when you've got the Luxury Hotel Collection's Hotel Ivy, which was built partially into the formerly crumbling facade of an old ivy-fied building that's just a stone's throw from downtown's shopping district and Orchestra Hall.

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6. Aloft Minneapolis 900 Washington Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55415 (Downtown)

Make telling people where you're staying in Mpls a Who's-On-First-ian excercise in semantics by staying at the Mississippi River-side, Euro-mod Aloft. "Cool. Which loft?" ALOFT. You get it.

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7. Lux Lake Minnetonka Cottage Fairview St, Excelsior, MN 55331

Finally achieve your dream of being just like the dudes in American Pie 2 and rent this lakeside Victorian on massive, multi-bay Lake Minnetonka, just 10 minutes west of downtown Minneapolis.

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8. The Grand Hotel Minneapolis 615 2nd Ave. S., Minneapolis, MN 55402 (Central)

This AAA four-diamond award-winning hotel features evening wine receptions, a full-service onsite spa, and fine dining opportunities. Visitors also have full access to the Minneapolis Life Time Athletic Club, an impressive fitness facility that features a six-lane indoor lap pool.

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