Hotels near Liden Hills
“A journey is a person in itself; no two are alike.”
- John Steinbeck
Sometimes called "a small town in the city" or "The Small of America" (a knock on the massive Mall of America), Linden Hills is an upscale village that has lakes, fine dining, and family fun. Pause for reflection at the Peace Gardens and Rose Gardens, hop back in time on an antique trolley, savor your pick of restaurants, or enjoy a yoga retreat. Lake Harriet has a historic bandshell that hosts concerts every night from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Browse old-timey local establishments—there's a toymaker, bakery, butcher, and hardware store—and you'll appreciate the neighborhood's motto: "Shop. Savor. Stroll."

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Liden Hills

Hotel Ivy - A Luxury Collection Hotel
Hotel Ivy - A Luxury Collection Hotel
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3.7
508 reviews
201 S 11th Street, Minneapolis
from $127
Millennium Hotel Minneapolis
Millennium Hotel Minneapolis
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3.6
1106 reviews
1313 Nicollet Ave, Minneapolis
from $92
The Depot Renaissance Minneapolis Hotel
The Depot Renaissance Minneapolis Hotel
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4.2
422 reviews
225 3rd Ave S, Minneapolis
from $116
Hyatt Regency Minneapolis
Hyatt Regency Minneapolis
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3.9
2019 reviews
1300 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis
from $109
The Westin Minneapolis
The Westin Minneapolis
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3.6
1185 reviews
88 S 6th St, Minneapolis
from $107
University Inn
University Inn
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3.7
408 reviews
925 4th Street SE, Minneapolis
from $139
The Hotel Minneapolis, Autograph Collection
The Hotel Minneapolis, Autograph Collection
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3.7
1472 reviews
215 Fourth Street South, Minneapolis
from $84
Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Downtown Minneapolis
Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Downtown Minneapolis
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3.8
307 reviews
225 S 11th St, Minneapolis
from $95
Aloft Minneapolis
Aloft Minneapolis
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3.8
636 reviews
900 Washington Ave South, Minneapolis
from $112
The Marquette by Hilton
The Marquette by Hilton
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4.0
1143 reviews
710 Marquette Ave, Minneapolis
from $89
More About Hotels near Liden Hills...

Sometimes called "a small town in the city" or "The Small of America" (a knock on the massive Mall of America), Linden Hills is an upscale village that has lakes, fine dining, and family fun. Pause for reflection at the Peace Gardens and Rose Gardens, hop back in time on an antique trolley, savor your pick of restaurants, or enjoy a yoga retreat. Lake Harriet has a historic bandshell that hosts concerts every night from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Browse old-timey local establishments—there's a toymaker, bakery, butcher, and hardware store—and you'll appreciate the neighborhood's motto: "Shop. Savor. Stroll."

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