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The 6 Best Boutique Hotels in Minneapolis [2023]

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Minneapolis is one of the biggest cities in Minnesota and half of the Twin Cities, along with St Paul. Known for its parks and lakes, Minneapolis also has plenty of cultural landmarks, such as the Sculpture Garden and the Walker Art Center.

There are several boutique hotels to welcome visitors to this scenic city.

The Best Boutique Hotels in Minneapolis

300 Clifton

300 Clifton
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Price: From $145

300 Clifton is located in the historic Carpenter mansion in Minneapolis’ Loring Park. It was built over 135 years ago and now functions as a trendy B&B with deluxe accommodations.

The beautiful accommodation options at 300 Clifton are all individually designed, but they do each have a queen bed. On-site parking is available. The mansion is close to the Minneapolis Convention Center and the Walker Art Center.

The many delights of Hennepin Avenue are also nearby. Private access to a hot tub can be requested as an add-on prior to arrival. A gourmet, 4-course breakfast is also on offer, as are tours of the house. Every guest has the option to enhance their stay in different ways.

The Chambers Hotel

The Chambers Hotel
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Price: From $151

The Chambers Hotel can be found in a building dating back to 1908 in Minneapolis’ Historic Theater District. It is across the street from the popular Orpheum Theater, one of the biggest cultural landmarks in the city.

The sophistication and comfort that the hotel provides are impressive. Each room is filled with art, from custom murals above the bed to every picture frame adorning the walls.

Of course, the most breathtaking accommodation option at The Chambers Hotel is the Penthouse. It offers a huge amount of space and features a full-size bathroom with a rainfall shower and a soaking tub. It also has a huge wraparound terrace with views over the Orpheum and Hennepin Avenue. The room features a king-size bed with Simmons Beautyrest mattress and 300-thread-count bedding, and the floor-to-ceiling windows allow for uninterrupted views over the city that can be enjoyed with an offering from the wet bar.

Elliot Park Hotel

Elliot Park Hotel
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Price: From $134

The Elliot Park Hotel offers a pampering experience to guests in the heart of downtown Minneapolis. Influenced by the Scandinavian concept of “hygge,” everything in the hotel is designed for comfort.

Each room is warm and welcoming through the use of soothing color palettes and upscale, elegant accents.

Relaxation is the focus of the hotel, and guests are enabled to get the most restful sleep of their lives thanks to all of the amenities. Each room features warm and clean Scandinavian décor, along with Amazon Alexa devices for smart controls.

The Penthouse is the most spacious and decadent accommodation available at the Elliot Park Hotel. It includes a powder room, a separate bath with a walk-in shower, a living area, and a fully-stocked wet bar. This multi-room layout is ideal for those traveling together as a group or as a family.

Hewing Hotel

Hewing Hotel
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Price: From $

Hewing Hotel is a historic location in downtown Minneapolis, in the trendy North Loop neighborhood. It is great for both business and leisure travelers and includes some of the most premium accommodations in the city.

The Hewing Rooftop is open every season and welcomes guests over 21 years old to the spa pool and the Nordic-style sauna. Guests also have access to the Tullibee Restaurant, with its Nordic practices and top-quality meals.

Rooms and suites at the Hewing have a rustic design to enhance comfort and practicality. Guests have 24/7 access to the on-site fitness center. High-speed Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel.

Some suites have a fully-stocked wet bar and ice maker. Each room has a king bed or 2 queens and a Serta Sapphire mattress.

Hotel Ivy

Hotel Ivy
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Price: From $296

Hotel Ivy is known as one of Minneapolis’s most stylish boutique experiences. This iconic location can be found in a central downtown location, surrounded by some of the area’s best attractions.

The hotel features an extensive curated collection of uncommon original artwork. Each piece adorns a space in the hotel in a way that seems completely like a luxurious version of home. Each room and suite at Hotel Ivy features gorgeous, luxurious details.

This urban oasis provides a great way to escape the normal everyday routine. Each accommodation option has an HDTV with premium channels, a work area with a writing desk, a minifridge, a coffee and tea maker, and plenty of custom furnishings.

The hotel features an activity desk and a concierge. Off-site parking is available for an extra fee, and Wi-Fi is complimentary.

Hot Tip: Hotel Ivy is part of Marriott’s The Luxury Collection, so make sure to add your Marriott Bonvoy number to your reservation to earn points!

Marquette Hotel

The Marquette Hotel
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Price: From $127

An unforgettable lodging experience in downtown Minneapolis, the Marquette Hotel is a vibrant boutique option full of Minneapolis charm and culture. The rooms at the Marquette are ultra-comfortable and luxurious, with plenty of modern accents and sleek contemporary furniture.

There are hardwood floors with refined herringbone patterns, soothing color palettes, and many exclusive details to enjoy. Each room has full views over the Minneapolis skyline.

Every guest room at the Marquette includes a 42-inch HDTV with complimentary HBO, lounging chair, writing desk, alarm clock radio, coffee maker, hairdryer, and deluxe bath products from Archive.

There are also 300-thread count sheets, a Hilton Serenity bed, non-allergenic pillows, a bathrobe and bath slippers, and blackout curtains. There is a minifridge for extra convenience.

Hot Tip: As a Curio Collection by Hilton property, you can earn Hilton Honors points with your stay at the Marquette Hotel!

Final Thoughts

Visitors can enjoy the bustling art scene in Minneapolis, as well as the many outdoor activities on offer, no matter the season. The city has great nightlife, along with excellent fine dining options. No matter the type of visitor, Minneapolis has something to offer everyone.

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About Amar Hussain

Amar is an avid traveler and tester of products. He has spent the last 13 years traveling all 7 continents and has put the products to the test on each of them. He has contributed to publications including Forbes, the Huffington Post, and more.

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