Hotels near Tangletown
“Every day is a journey, and the journey itself is home.”
- Matsuo Basho
With tangled streets running haphazardly between south and southwest Minneapolis, this area was dubbed Tangletown in 1996 to better reflect its character. The neighborhood is confusing by car but enjoyable on foot—so walk, don't drive, to urban Tangletown Gardens and scenic Minnehaha Creek. It's also home to cafés, gyms, salons and Wild Acres Eatery, featuring locally raised and produced food (save room for the frozen custard). Tangletown's Nicollet Avenue still has four Lustron houses, which are porcelain-enameled steel on the outside and metal on the inside. These low-maintenance homes were marketed to GIs after World War II, and less than 1,500 remain today.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Tangletown

Radisson Blu
Radisson Blu
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3.8
1101 reviews
35 S 7th St, Minneapolis
from $108
TownePlace Suites by Marriott - Minneapolis Downtown
TownePlace Suites by Marriott - Minneapolis Downtown
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4.0
232 reviews
525 N 2nd St, Minneapolis
from $132
W Minneapolis - The Foshay
W Minneapolis - The Foshay
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3.8
1643 reviews
821 Marquette Ave, Minneapolis
from $97
The Depot Renaissance Minneapolis Hotel
The Depot Renaissance Minneapolis Hotel
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4.2
419 reviews
225 3rd Ave S, Minneapolis
from $116
Metro Inn Motel
Metro Inn Motel
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2.7
52 reviews
5637 Lyndale Avenue South, Minneapolis
from $58
Snelling Motor Inn
Snelling Motor Inn
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2.2
97 reviews
5346 Minnehaha Avenue, Minneapolis
from $81
Hyatt Regency Minneapolis
Hyatt Regency Minneapolis
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3.9
2004 reviews
1300 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis
from $119
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
Hilton Garden Inn Minneapolis Downtown
Hilton Garden Inn Minneapolis Downtown
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3.8
848 reviews
1101 4th Ave S, Minneapolis
from $99
Aloft Minneapolis
Aloft Minneapolis
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3.8
635 reviews
900 Washington Ave South, Minneapolis
from $112
More About Hotels near Tangletown...

With tangled streets running haphazardly between south and southwest Minneapolis, this area was dubbed Tangletown in 1996 to better reflect its character. The neighborhood is confusing by car but enjoyable on foot—so walk, don't drive, to urban Tangletown Gardens and scenic Minnehaha Creek. It's also home to cafés, gyms, salons and Wild Acres Eatery, featuring locally raised and produced food (save room for the frozen custard). Tangletown's Nicollet Avenue still has four Lustron houses, which are porcelain-enameled steel on the outside and metal on the inside. These low-maintenance homes were marketed to GIs after World War II, and less than 1,500 remain today.

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