La Quinta Inn Bloomington - Minneapolis7815 Nicollet Avenue South, Bloomington, MN 55420
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All rooms at La Quinta Inn Bloomington - Minneapolis have interior corridor entrances and provide such features as pillow-top mattresses and free high-speed Internet access. The friendly staff sets up a delicious free Bright Side Breakfast™ mornings in the lobby along with a USA Today.
With easy access to I-494, stay at the La Quinta Inn Bloomington - Minneapolis, and you are just minutes from MSP International Airport and Mall of America®, home to Nickelodeon Universe®. Complimentary shuttle service runs daily from 4:30am to 11:00pm. A quick trip to the Hiawatha Light Rail offers a low cost trip to downtown Minneapolis. When attending events at the Metrodome, Xcel Energy Center, the Minneapolis Convention Center, and the Target Center, this is the La Quinta Inn Bloomington - Minneapolis is the place to stay.
- Number of Rooms: 183
- DISTANCE FROM: Mall of America - 2 miles | Airport - 5.7 miles
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1650 W 82nd St
Minneapolis, MN 55431 US - +1-612-333-8687
DOWNTOWN. See the homes of F. Scott Fitzgerald and Sinclair Lewis, the Guthrie Theatre, the Minnesota State Capitol and other Twin City icons aboard the comfortable motorcoaches operated by Award-Winning City Tours. Also available are excursions that take in historic Stillwater and the scenic St. Croix River, as well as an option combining a Minneapolis motorcoach tour with a Mississippi River Cruise. Please call for times and departure locations.
1300 42nd St W
Minneapolis, MN 55409 US - +1-612-230-6400
SOUTHWEST MINNEAPOLIS. Encompassing several horticultural areas, this space is well-known locally for its rose garden, the nation's second-oldest municipal rose garden. Located on Lake Harriet, the garden promotes quiet, contemplative time away from the hustle and bustle of an urban environment. Meticulously cared for, the rose garden features more than 3000 plants in 100 different varieties. Two fountains border the garden; the bronze-and-marble Hefflefinger Fountain is from the Villa Montalto near Florence, Italy. Rock gardens and perennial gardens are also featured.
4801 S Minnehaha Park Dr
Minneapolis, MN 55417 US - +1-612-230-6400
WEST MINNEAPOLIS. Minnehaha Creek drops 53 feet to form beautiful Minnehaha Falls, an impressive sight year-round. Minnehaha Park, with its 193 acres, is a favorite spot for family get-togethers and company picnics. Plenty of tables and shelters, a tennis court, a recreation building, and horseshoe pits are available. Sculptures also dot the terrain, and formal gardens and hiking trails are musts for nature enthusiasts.
3815 American Blvd E
Bloomington, MN 55425 US - +1-952-854-5900
BLOOMINGTON. This federally managed nature preserve offers sanctuary for a range of migrating birds and waterfowl. The refuge features an excellent interpretive center offering programs and exhibits dedicated to the natural history of the Minnesota River area. As part of the Minnesota Valley Recreation Area, which is itself part of the Minnesota State Parks system, the refuge features cross-country skiing, hiking, and biking on trails that feature bird-watching sites and picnic grounds.
5500 Stevens Ave S
Minneapolis, MN 55419 US - +1-612-821-9045
SOUTH MINNEAPOLIS. This unique, non-profit museum maintains continuous exhibits focusing on art created during the Soviet reign between 1922 and 1991. Many of these rare paintings are pulled from the private collection of the museum's founder, Raymond E. Johnson, who possesses what may be the most extensive privately-owned collection of Russian Realist paintings outside of Russia. In addition to Johnson's personal acquisitions, TMORA has also shown pieces on loan from Moscow's Tretyakov Gallery and from the Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Museum at Rutgers.