Your Minnesota lodging options may be more diverse than you've imagined. Hotels, vacation resorts,and bed and breakfast inns are just the beginning.
Once you decide what you want to do when you visit Minnesota, your next fun decision is about where to stay.
You can book your lodging right from the links on this page.
Whether your Minnesota vacation will be in the Twin Cities or other larger cities, or in one of our more remote areas, you will find that every part of the state offers quality accommodations.
Minnesota lodging options include high end hotels, budget hotels, Minnesota resorts and lodges, rustic cabins, romantic bed and breakfast inns, vacation rentals, hostels, campgrounds, RV parks, pet-friendly lodgings, and even houseboats!
The Park Point Marina Inn is one of the many gorgeous hotels in Duluth. Minnesota lodging doesn't get much better than this.
Minnesota Resorts and Lodges: A cabin or resort may be just the experience that you want for your Minnesota vacation. You will find that almost every lake of any size has cabins and resorts on its shores. Some of these are magnificent lodges and massive cabins large enough to host a family reunion. Other resorts and cabins offer smaller, cozy, accommodations just right for a couple or small family.
Minnesota Bed & Breakfast Inns: Choose from secluded cabins, romantic hideaways, rustic farmhouses or city mansions. There are B & Bs all over the state. Decide where you want to stay when you visit Minnesota. Make a reservation - and prepare to relax
Romantic Minnesota Hotels: Most hotels have a romance package or special deal for honeymooners. These hotels go "above and beyond." Here are our seven top picks for the most romantic hotels in Minnesota.
Romantic Spa Resorts: More resorts are catering to couples with their own on-site spas. These are some of the best.
Minnesota Vacation Rentals - A vacation rental will give you the feel of your own cabin or chalet in Minnesota. Choose a vacation rental in a specific area or get ideas about some of the best Minnesota vacation destinations before you decide. There are fantastic rental properties and amazing locations that will be perfect for your group of any size.
Vacation Rentals in Minnesota are wonderful privately owned properties that you can reserve. We love them for family reunions, scrapbooking events, and corporate gatherings.
These privately listed vacation homes include Lake Superior log homes, gorgeous chalets, secluded cabins in the woods, Twin Cities retreats, river view condos and even a tiny BWCA cabin! Create memories to last a lifetime.
Fishing Resorts: these fishing lodges and resorts specialize in family activities, cabins that offer a rustic, wilderness experience, and getaways that cater to romantics. You will find that some things are "standard." Almost all cabins and resorts will be on a lake or river and will include access to a boat or pontoon. Some also offer fishing guides and other amenities for those who love fishing.
Minnesota Waterpark Hotels: Escape the summer hear or winter cold at one of our many indoor water park hotels. The largest water park in the nation is the Waterpark of America near the Mall of America.
Minnesota Casino Hotels: Most Minnesota casinos have "stay and play" packages as well as great food and lots of entertainment.
Choose from major hotel and motel chains, or smaller, family-run hotels, motels and resorts. Though family owned Minnesota lodging is not as common as it once was, these wonderful places offer a unique Minnesota experience.
Here are some tips that will help you get the best hotel at the cheapest hotel prices.
All Minnesota lodging is in high demand during peak tourist season. This is especially true on the North Shore where both state residents and visitors congregate in the towns and state parks along the shore for festivals, leaf looking and to enjoy the natural beauty of our "inland sea."
When you make your reservations, expect, and ask about, all of the usual amenities including a continental breakfast, whirlpools and swimming pools, themed rooms and more. If you are a senior, be sure to ask for a discount or use your AARP membership to get a lower rate.
A vacation "up north" is a Minnesota tradition for those of us who live in the state. Those who don't own a cabin on a lake choose their favorite resort, vacation rental, or bed-and-breakfast as "their" place and return year after year.