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Minneapolis vacation rentals

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Compact Studio in Historic Building!

FULL FURNISHED COMPACT STUDIO: (1 person) All the modern can't-live-without conveniences in a Historic Brownstone setting: powerful wifi / Induction cooking / personal heat and AC / instant hot water / ethernet / large 4K TV- Intelligently designed for overnights or extended stays. You'll also love the blend of antique and modern furnishings, queen bed, desk, and fully equipped kitchenette. Access is with with safe, keyless entry.

$83 per night
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Diamond Den

Just steps from the light rail station and across the street from Minnehaha Falls Park, this space offers a beautiful blend of urban and nature retreats. Minutes from the Downtown scene and the airport, a short walk away from gorgeous lakes, trails, Mississippi River, as well as great shops & restaurants. Check-in Time is flexible anytime AFTER 4pm. Room may be available prior, baggage drop can be coordinated before as well.

$34 per night
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Green Room-Historic Home* near Uptown/Downtown

Andrew H. Adams home: Built in 1891 by a master builder named T.P Healy. This beautiful Queen Ann Victorian home is loaded with all the beauty and character you would expect from a master builder, as well as a completely updated kitchen and bath. My place is about a mile away from Great food and night life. . My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, and business travelers looking for a unique, charming and historic place to stay. Check out my other listings if you like this one.

$54 per night

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Stay near Minneapolis's top sights

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Minneapolis Institute of Art212 locals recommend
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Guthrie Theater173 locals recommend
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Minneapolis Sculpture Garden122 locals recommend
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Mill City Museum96 locals recommend
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U.S. Bank Stadium75 locals recommend
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Lake Harriet82 locals recommend

Downtown Minneapolis vacation rentals

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Gorgeous West Room - near Greenway & much more.
$36 per night
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Comfortable private room at the Minneapolis Oasis
$58 per night
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Cozy Two Bedroom Condo Downtown Minneapolis 101
$86 per night
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Private Apt. in Historic Home
$102 per night
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Cute One Bedroom Basement Studio
$73 per night
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Lake Harriet Neighborhood "Tree-top" Apartment
$111 per night
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1925 Arts and Craft private Studio #2
$68 per night
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Clean & comfortable room in quiet neighborhood.
$30 per night
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Parkview #1: Spacious sunny studio near lakes, DT
$75 per night
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Beach Themed Basement Bedroom
$35 per night
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Cozy One Bedroom Condo Downtown Minneapolis 553
$64 per night
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Whimsical 2 Downtown Minneapolis Condo
$40 per night

Minneapolis house rentals

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Minnehaha Queen - Near Lightrail, Downtown & Falls
$50 per night
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Near Downtown, Beautiful, Cozy Queen [1a]
$44 per night
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Near Airport & Mall of America w/bathroom en-suite
$52 per night
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Relaxing private room at the Minneapolis Oasis
$56 per night
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The Holly House - Blue Room
$39 per night
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The Sweet Spot
$89 per night
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Inviting, single bedroom .
$38 per night
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Garden Apartment - The Lucky Homestead
$80 per night
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Home Is Where You Make It: Merriam Park Beauty 3
$38 per night
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Spacious private room at the Minneapolis Oasis
$51 per night
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Huge private guest suite
$57 per night
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Near Downtown, Beautiful, Updated Queen [5a]
$44 per night

Minneapolis condo rentals

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Sunny condo in the heart of Minneapolis
$65 per night
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Minneapolis Luxury Studio w/Kitchen & Laundry -813
$75 per night
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Entire apartment ready for your stay. Very Private
$62 per night
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Located in fashionable Kenwood
$45 per night
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Studio in Lyn/Lake
$65 per night
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Studio w/Den by University (UofM)
$95 per night
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Chic One Bedroom Condo Downtown Minneapolis 256
$399 per night
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Private Apartment in Minneapolis/Minnehaha Falls
$90 per night
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Cozy Room in Spacious Home, Fast WiFi, Bidet, Cats
$67 per night
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Cozy condominium with free parking in a great location
$69 per night
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Peaceful condo in Uptown Minneapolis
$94 per night
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Minneapolis Deluxe Studio Condo w/Kitchen -1208
$72 per night

Your guide to Minneapolis

All About Minneapolis

Denser and more vertical than its Twin City sister, St. Paul, Minneapolis is a dynamic contemporary city where art and culture rub elbows with parks, prairies, and the Mississippi River. To know Minnesota’s most populated city is to spend time in its diverse neighborhoods, each with its own distinctive vibe.

Downtown you'll find major sports stadiums and Nicollet Mall, where the city's major retail shops are decked out in tall glass windows. The 57-story IDS Center Tower overlooks the area and is also home to its own businesses in an urban park setting. Head a block west and you’ll stumble upon the Hennepin Avenue Theater District, home to the theaters that populate downtown with their bright neon signs, welcoming you to a late-night show. For wandering around, make sure to take advantage of the interconnecting Skyways (elevated walkways) to determine where to head first.

Just outside downtown, the North Loop is a former industrial zone now packed with the city’s buzziest restaurants, clothing boutiques, and hip cafes. A stroll over Stone Arch Bridge takes you to St. Anthony West, the oldest neighborhood in Minneapolis, with cobblestone streets lined with brick buildings showcasing upscale restaurants and trendy bars. If you’re craving a patch of green space from which to take in the fresh Minnesota air, Minneapolis Chain of Lakes Regional Park lies on the edge of the city and features miles of paths for biking and wandering along the shorelines of five lakes.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Minneapolis?

With proper planning and lots of clothing layers, Minneapolis is a great year-round destination. Although winter can be brutally cold, it’s an excellent time to ice skate and cross-country ski in local parks or visit one of the many museums. Spring can get a bit soggy, but it is lovely to see the city wake up from its winter slumber. June through August is bursting with energy and festivals, including the Stone Arch Bridge Festival, which draws artists and musicians to the riverfront. The long hours of sunlight will also give you plenty of time to fit in plenty of hiking or swimming. This is the busiest time of the year, so keep that in mind when booking your Minneapolis vacation rental. In the fall, the temperature drops, and the leaves begin to change into brilliant shades of gold and red. This is a great time to visit some of the city’s scenic spots, go apple picking, or even catch a live football game.


What are the top things to do in Minneapolis?

Stone Arch Bridge

Built for the Great Northern Railway in the 1880s, the Stone Arch Bridge is the second-oldest Mississippi River crossing in existence today. With its 23 Romanesque arches, which make it look more like a medieval European bridge than a railroad trestle, this iconic structure is now a pedestrian bridge connecting the historic neighborhood of St. Anthony Main and downtown.

Mill City Museum

Located along the Mississippi River, this museum was built among the ruins of an old 19th-century Minneapolis mill that blew up in 1878. The museum focuses on educating visitors about the mill’s role in the growth of the city. You can also ride the Flour Tower, a narrated freight elevator ride that will take you through the mill’s floors and give you a glimpse of what it was like that fateful day.

The Indoor Skyway

One of the unique things about Minneapolis is its system of interconnecting elevated walkways. Designed to clear up congested sidewalks and create additional retail space, the walkways have the extra benefit of protecting people from the harsh weather. They now also serve as vibrant public areas complete with art installations, cafes, and shops. As you walk through the nine miles of walkways, it sometimes feels as if you're walking in a hidden city within a city.

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