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University Inn

1.8km from city centre - Show on Map
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Free WiFi

Welcome to the University Inn - your new home away from home. Our hotel offers comfort, convenience, and genuine hospitality with each and every stay.... More...

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About Minneapolis

Minneapolis has an eclectic essence and is home to cultures from around the world. From its music clubs to eateries, the city gives you a taste of Europe, Asia and beyond right in the heart of the USA. Visit local markets, have a drink in a neighbourhood bar or see how your favourite beer is made at a brewery. With fringe theatre and plenty of galleries too, Minneapolis' arts scene is just as thriving as its food culture.

At a hostel in Minneapolis in a Victorian mansion, you can get a little taste of luxury on your travels. If you have excess energy to burn, try a hostel that has a fitness centre. Some hostels in Minneapolis have self-catering facilities so you can cook dinner yourself and save some dollars for the bars. Check into a Minneapolis hostel with free Wi-Fi so you can stream a film while you have a bit of down time. 

Downtown Minneapolis is the heart of the city. With stadiums, music venues and restaurants, it's a hub of action at any hour of the day. Head to West Broadway for a blend of art, local shops and fringe theatre, plus huge parks to explore. In the Northeast district, old and new come together with cobbled streets lined with distilleries, galleries and artists' workshops next to the homes of lifelong residents. 

Get a taste for city's arts scene with a trip to the Minneapolis Institute of Art, which has 90,000 exhibits. If that's not enough, the Weisman Art Museum is an astounding piece of architecture and houses pieces by the likes of pop artist Roy Lichtenstein. Try foods from Asia and the middle east at the Midtown Global Market or head to the waterfall in Minnehaha Park. You can create your own tune on the Sidewalk Harp, a unique sensor instrument built into the street, then leave a souvenir behind in the Elf Door (a tiny doorway in a tree) in Deming Heights Park.

From Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport, take the blue metro line and you can be downtown within 30 minutes. Coaches from other cities run in and out of Hawthorne Transportation Center. If you're travelling by train, you'll arrive at St Paul Union Station, which is central, putting you in prime location to get around the city by foot, the metro or local buses.