Staybridge Suites5150 American Blvd. West, Bloomington, MN 55437
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The Staybridge Suites Bloomington/Minneapolis features Studio, One-bedroom, and Two-bedroom suites with full kitchens, large work areas, and separate living and sleeping areas. Kitchens are equipped with stove, full-sized refrigerator, dishwasher, and more. Guests will enjoy free WiFi and T-1 high-speed Internet, and a complimentary hot breakfast daily. In the evening, relax and enjoy a free light dinner at the Sundowner reception (Tue-Thu). Extended-stay guests will appreciate the free on-site laundry facilities, and other services.
Nestled among beautiful parks in the West Bloomington business district, this hotel is just minutes from the MSP Airport and Mall of America®, home to 520 retail stores, 50 restaurants, and Nickelodeon Universe® theme park. For a hassle free trip to downtown Minneapolis, catch a ride on the Hiawatha Light Rail departing from MOA.
- Number of Rooms: 127
- DISTANCE FROM: Mall of America - 5.5 miles | Airport - 9 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.
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.