Hotels near Seward
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Adjacent to the Midtown Greenway bike path, Seward is a southeast Minneapolis neighborhood known for its co-ops, cafes, culture, and community. The neighborhood's Franklin Avenue corridor is dotted with ethnic restaurants, small businesses, nonprofits, and community activists. One of the oldest neighborhoods in Minneapolis, Seward came to life with the Milwaukee Railroad in the 19th century, and has made its mark on city with continued growth and a vibrant immigrant population.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Seward

The Commons Hotel - A Noble House Hotel
The Commons Hotel - A Noble House Hotel
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3.9
737 reviews
615 Washington Ave SE, Minneapolis
from $139
Metro Inn Motel
Metro Inn Motel
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2.7
52 reviews
5637 Lyndale Avenue South, Minneapolis
from $58
Aloft Minneapolis
Aloft Minneapolis
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3.8
635 reviews
900 Washington Ave South, Minneapolis
from $112
Snelling Motor Inn
Snelling Motor Inn
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2.2
97 reviews
5346 Minnehaha Avenue, Minneapolis
from $81
Crowne Plaza Minneapolis Northstar Downtown
Crowne Plaza Minneapolis Northstar Downtown
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3.6
1537 reviews
618 2nd Ave S, Minneapolis
from $84
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
Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Downtown Minneapolis
Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Downtown Minneapolis
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3.8
303 reviews
225 S 11th St, Minneapolis
from $95
The Marquette by Hilton
The Marquette by Hilton
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4.0
1160 reviews
710 Marquette Ave, Minneapolis
from $89
Loews Minneapolis Hotel
Loews Minneapolis Hotel
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3.9
885 reviews
601 1st Ave N, Minneapolis
from $149
The Westin Minneapolis
The Westin Minneapolis
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3.6
1179 reviews
88 S 6th St, Minneapolis
from $107
More About Hotels near Seward...

Adjacent to the Midtown Greenway bike path, Seward is a southeast Minneapolis neighborhood known for its co-ops, cafes, culture, and community. The neighborhood's Franklin Avenue corridor is dotted with ethnic restaurants, small businesses, nonprofits, and community activists. One of the oldest neighborhoods in Minneapolis, Seward came to life with the Milwaukee Railroad in the 19th century, and has made its mark on city with continued growth and a vibrant immigrant population.

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